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January 3, 2014

Why I Wrote My Book to Empower Families

Author: JenniferMaster1

ToesiesWhen I began my energy healing practice over four years ago, I quickly realized that childhood issues of anything from small, embarrassing moments to more intense physical or emotional trauma are often carried into adulthood. These incidents cause emotional wounds and create Read more

October 9, 2012

Book Review – Parenting Solution – The Child Whisperer

Author: JenniferMaster1

Do you ever wish your child came with a manual, or your grandchild or student? Now they do with this amazing new book, The Child Whisperer, from best-selling author, Carol Tuttle. Every day, children are telling you exactly how to parent and guide them. Do you know what they are saying? Read more

May 17, 2011

Is 'Smart' a Good Label for Your Child?

Author: JenniferMaster1

Does telling your child he is smart keep him from under-performing? Does this boost his confidence to do well at all he attempts? Recent research suggests that this might actually Read more

April 7, 2011

Understanding Frustration in Children

Author: JenniferMaster1

Imagine living under the control of large people;  being dependent on them to meet your every need; and being unable to accomplish many of the things you’d like to. It’s not a pleasant image, but it’s reality for every preschooler. Little wonder they’re often frustrated. Read more

March 9, 2011

What Temperament is Your Child?

Author: JenniferMaster1

Temperament, a valuable concept for parents, describes the differences in how children receive, digest, and express their experiences. Understanding each child’s temperament can show us how a child may handle new experiences and how he will respond to new challenges.
Temperament is made up of many factors: activity level, regularity, sensory, threshold, and mood. These traits are probably largely inborn.
“Differences in temperament, even at the extremes, are in the normal range of behavior. There is a ‘poorness of fit’ when the parent’s expectations are beyond the child’s temperamental abilities.” Stella Chess, MD Read more