The regular practice of Compassionate Parenting will increase cooperation and self-value, while simultaneously reducing anger, resentment, and hostility in children and parents. You will have better relationships with your children, while enjoying them, guiding them, and learning from them.
Compassionate Parenting raises emotional intelligence through heavy emphasis on before-the-fact emotional motivation of behavior, rather than after-the-fact consequences. The result is much more effective discipline that does nothing to detract from the crucial relationship between parents and children.
Compassionate Parenting Introduction
Do’s and Don’ts of Compassionate Parenting
Core Value Regulation for Anger
Discipline is Prevention
Empowerment vs. Power Struggles
Responsibility, Choices, Privileges
Reconcile Different Parenting Styles
Stages of Development
My Good Heart: Drawing the Greatness Inside You
This drawing book, for ages 5 to 8, presents a fun, non-preachy format for learning compassion, anger-regulation, and core value.
Basic Humanity: How Your Emotions Guide Your Core Value Ages 13-18
This 46-page booklet asks a series of questions that help adolescents develop a sense of their innate core value, which is the ultimate guide for their behavior and the foundation of their morality. For ages 12-18.