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Parenting Pathway #101: Touch Your Baby

To your baby, “touch is as important as sleeping and eating,” says Tiffany M. Field, Ph.D., Touch Research Institute of the University of Miami Medical School. A caregiver’s intentional touch has physical benefits, such as improved circulation and increased digestion, in addition to emotional bonding. Massaged infants show deeper sleeping patterns, reduced anxious behaviors, and […]


Parenting Pathway #104: The 4th Trimester

Are you a new parent, or about to become a new parent? Nothing compares to bringing your first baby into the world. Many new parents experience an overwhelming rush to prepare for their new baby in many ways. This preparation includes everything from buying baby furniture, clothes, and diapers, to learning the baby lingo like […]


Parenting Pathway #110: Awareness

With the arrival of Fall, children are returning to, or beginning, school. There are many opportunities to meet new friends and maintain existing bonds of friendship. As children are being exposed to those who are different from themselves, you may notice your child’s struggle with “awareness.” Awareness, according to Dr. Bruce Perry Medical Director for […]


Parenting Pathway #113: Engage Cooperation

Engaging a child’s cooperation can sometimes feel like pulling teeth. For many parents, it can be exhausting, frustrating, and very time consuming. Adele Faber and Elaine Mazlish, the authors of the National Bestseller, How To Talk So Kids Will Listen & Listen So Kids Will Talk Click, write about tools that, when used correctly and consistently, […]


Parenting Pathway #114: Build Self-Esteem

Helping to build our child’s self-esteem is one of our most precious responsibilities as a parent. It requires tenderness, love, and cautiousness in our parental words and actions. The minds and hearts of children are grown and molded by our every word and action, thus impacting a child’s self-esteem. Part of helping a child build his […]