Category Archives: Silent Parenting

First Say “yes”, then figure it out…Yikes I’ve done it this time!

A wise person once told me, “Always say ‘yes’ to a challenging request, and figure it out later.” I have followed that advice through the years and it has proved 3 things: It has never been boring… Humor and Synchronicity helps you along… and, Confidence grows a wee bit more. Never boring: My most recent […]

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Silent Parenting Workshop – November 2014

Join me November 15th in Anacortes, Washington for a Silent Parenting Workshop. Silent Parenting Series: Identifying Unique Skills Workshop In this Silent Parenting class you will identify your unique skills and passions so you can teach your child to do the same. No matter what challenges your child faces, they are born with a unique core to get […]

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The Violence of “Either/Or”

  The sadness of the recent violent shootings of young students made me ask “why did they think they had no other choice?” Either you understand me or I’ll kill you? Then I started thinking of all the “either/or” scenarios in our world from obvious to subtle. Either your country does what we want or […]

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Silent Parenting – Constant Comparing:  Notice, Catch, Snap and Brainstorm

SILENT PARENTING SERIES RELIEF FOR PARENTS OF CHILDREN WITH LEARNING DIFFERENCES Do you have these thoughts:  “The other children are reading, healthy, going to college, playing sports, good social skills, have better parents, etc.”  In my book “Tellaga and Conred”, Conred if the evil King of Comparison who eats away at Tellaga’s talents by teaching […]

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Silent Parenting – “How On Earth Is My Child Going To Make It In This World?” – Benefits of the Unknown.

SILENT PARENTING SERIES–RELIEF FOR PARENTS OF CHILDREN WITH LEARNING DIFFERENCES  – Blog 2 My first sign of relief came when I attended an orientation for my child’s 9th grade year at a school for children with learning differences.  The guest speaker, a career counselor from a local college, looked over the sea of parents wearing […]

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Silent Parenting – 5-Steps for Parents of Children with Learning Differences 

Through 22 years of trying to help my child with learning differences, we experienced the pains of what didn’t work.  Then, he helped me learn what did.  I developed Silent Parenting to help parents of children with learning differences to be able to relax into who they are and enjoy parenting your unique child. BLOG […]

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