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"When we say 'no' all the time, the word loses some of its significance and effectiveness. 'No' is a strong word. Our children need to know that it really matters. ...When we save 'no' for the situations that really matter, it makes the word more powerful -- our children know that we indeed mean it." ~ Attachment Parenting International

4 tips for cultivating a “yes environment”

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"Let’s continue our work together toward a more peaceful and compassionate world by creating peace in our own hearts and families. We may need to forgive ourselves or forgive others in order to begin to move forward. Maybe we need to begin by learning to live a life of gratitude." ~ Attachment Parenting International

Living a life of gratitude, a ‘walking meditation’

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"Having a deep sense of gratitude benefits us in developing the ability to savor the pleasant moments in life and preserve through the painful ones."

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10 tips on gratitude

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"I am grateful for my parents, sister, brother, and grandparents. I am also grateful for breastmilk when I was small since it made me grow strong." ~ Sophia, 5

“Having a good mom.” ~ Nicholas, 12

“I'm thankful for the people who love me and the opportunities I have been given.” ~ Camille, 18

Thankful kids

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"The time just before we fall asleep is one of my favorite moments of the day. I know that this can be a magical time when both girls are willing to open up with me and express what they are thinking or how they are feeling, which they might not do during any other time of the day." ~ Attachment Parenting International

Sharing gratitude on a nightly basis

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"A Picture of Love"

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"Hobbesian parents tend to think that a child's nature is unruly, undisciplined, and selfish... Rousseauian parents tend to think that a child's nature is innocence and goodness. ...Whether we like discussing human nature or not, we are all working with a theory of human nature and that theory of human nature has practical consequences." ~ Attachment Parenting International

Is human nature inherently good or bad? And does this predict what type of parent you will be?

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