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How Do You Discipline a Child That Doesn’t Listen? Tips from a Parenting Expert

As a parenting expert, one of the most common concerns that I hear from parents is how to discipline their children when they don’t listen. It can be frustrating and overwhelming to feel like you’re losing control, especially when you’ve tried different methods to get your child to follow your instructions. However, it’s important to recognize that […]


Dear Katherine: My two girls are in competition over everything!


Hello, Conscious Parents! Welcome to “Dear Katherine,” a monthly Q&A with real-life parents/caregivers. If you’d like to submit a question of your own, email me at Dear Katherine, My two girls, aged 8 and 11, won’t stop fighting! It’s like they’re in competition for everything: who gets the bigger piece of pie, who can […]

You are not alone – CelebratingMental Health Awareness Month

Dear Reader, Every year, an average of 150,000 lives are tragically lost to drug, alcohol, and suicide-related causes in America. In the midst of the pandemic last year, the number of substance-abuse deaths rose by a devastating 18%, making 2020 the “deadliest year in drug history.” These alarming statistics highlight the fact that many individuals […]


Share this gift with a special mom in your life 💝


Is there a special mom in your life who could use some extra support? In honor of Mother’s Day, I’m opening up my calendar to the first 10 moms who could benefit from a free parenting consultation. This special gift is available from now through the end of May, but only to the first 10 people […]

Dear Katherine: My Kids Love Video Games — Should I Be Concerned?

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Dear Katherine, My kids love playing video games. They seem to take genuine pleasure in this activity, and while they’re occupied, I have a chance to do household chores and enjoy a little time to myself. I know there are better hobbies out there—but if they like gaming and it gives me a bit of […]


School Shootings -TRAGIC expression of unmet needs, skills deficits, adverse childhood experiences, social isolation, hopelessness

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In 2017 Jillian Peterson & James Densley began studying the life histories of mass shooters in the US for a project funded by the National Institute of Justice, the research arm of the U.S. Dept of Justice. They’ve built a database and analyzed every active shooter incident in the U.S. at a K-12 school since […]

Women Supporting Women

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Did you know it’s National Women’s History Month? As a female business owner and entrepreneur, I’d like to say THANK YOU to all those who came before me and paved the way. Sometimes, being a strong powerful woman can feel very isolating. We all know the irreplaceable value of a strong, inclusive, loving support group. […]


World Teen Mental Health Day

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Mental health and wellness is a phrase you might have heard bouncing around recently, but what does it really mean? Children’s mental health and wellness sits at the heart of what we do here at the Conscious Parenting Revolution. This year, on World Teen Mental Health Day (March 2nd), we hope to clarify some common […]

Compassionate Communication: A Primer on Conscious Parenting Language

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With President’s Weekend in my home country, the United States, upon us, I wanted to touch on communication. Whether you’re leading a household or a country, great leadership stems from great communication. There’s a verse in the Bible that states, “Death and life are in the power of the tongue.” This proverb encapsulates what we already know […]


“Boo!” said a ghost from 6 feet away…


Some of you won’t feel comfortable with your kids gathering together to trick-or treat.