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responsive parenting.Responsive parenting is this: meeting our children with curiosity and compassion — as opposed to unhelpful, even triggering reactions — in the face of tough behaviors and emotions.Respond instead of react? Sounds great, I can hear you thinking, followed closely by, “How the heck am I supposed to do that?!” The answer lies in reframing your thoughts and beliefs about your child’s behaviors.When we look below the surface of a behavior, we begin to see what our kids really need. That is the root of responding, not reacting.

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responsive parenting.Responsive parenting is this: meeting our children with curiosity and compassion — as opposed to unhelpful, even triggering reactions — in the face of tough behaviors and emotions.Respond instead of react? Sounds great, I can hear you thinking, followed closely by, “How the heck am I supposed to do that?!” The answer lies in reframing your thoughts and beliefs about your child’s behaviors.When we look below the surface of a behavior, we begin to see what our kids really need. That is the root of responding, not reacting.
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