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How to Make Your Child Say Yes: Tips for Responding When Your Child Says No

Are you tired of hearing the word “no” from your kid? You know how it goes: suddenly your sweet toddler discovers this dreaded two-letter word and begins using it as much as possible—and then keeps using it for the next 16 years! NO, she refuses to eat broccoli for dinner. NO, he won’t put pants […]


Empowering Your Teen: A Guide to Navigating Individuation


Are you wondering why your teen suddenly wants nothing to do with you? Your sweet child who once made you rub their back every night until they fell asleep may now barely even want to be seen with you. This is part of Surviving Your Teen’s Individuation Process, a complex developmental stage known as individuation. […]

Let’s hear it for #AWNewYork23!

So honored to be invited to the Amazon TV studio to share the importance of Conscious Parenting for busy executives whose workplace is impacted by their Homelife! Explored simple ways to eliminate the 3R’s (retaliation, rebellion, and resistance) that impact harmony and ease at home and at work! As well as the all-important “self-started behavioral […]


Empowering Children Through Supportive Parenting: Fostering Independence, Resilience, and Decision-Making Skills


Navigating the journey of parenthood often involves mastering the art of helping kids make decisions without stepping in to take control. It’s undoubtedly challenging, especially when we witness our children facing difficulties. Whether you’ve… Experienced the heart-wrenching moment of detaching from your child’s embrace on their first day of school, Allowed them to cut their […]

Reporting from the World Culture Festival!

This past week, I let you know all about the World Culture Festival in Washington D.C. This weekend, I’m here along with 600,000 others! I wanted to share with you some of the amazing highlights of performances and speakers over the past three days: An unprecedented event, WCF marks 42 years of service by the Art of […]


World Culture Festival!


Exciting news! I am SOOOO honored to have been asked to be one of the emcees on the opening day of The World Culture Festival in Washington, DC at 6 pm on Sept. 29th, 2023! In the city of freedom, liberty, and justice for all, the festival is a coming together in the spirit of […]

Empowering Parents: Strategies to Nurture Children’s Emotions and Strengthen Bonds

Hello, Conscious Parent! Welcome to “Dear Katherine,” a Q&A with real-life parents/caregivers. If you’d like to submit a question of your own, email me at Dear Katherine, My 10-year-old daughter and I recently had a bit of an altercation. It all started when my two daughters got into an argument over a dress. The […]


Guiding Children Through Back-to-School Anxiety: Effective Coping Tips


Back-to-School Anxiety is a common challenge many children face as they navigate significant transitions. It’s vital to address Back-to-School Anxiety head-on to ensure a smooth transition back to the classroom. Here are some valuable insights to assist both you and your child in Coping with Back to School Anxiety effectively: 1. Talk about Back-to-School Anxiety: […]

Dear Katherine: Why is My Granddaughter So Moody?

Dear Katherine, I have an 11-year-old granddaughter whose emotions are all over the place. Recently, she came home from school in an especially angry mood. I could tell something had happened, but when I asked her about it, she yelled that it was none of my business and slammed the door in my face. Why […]


Raising a Confident and Introverted Child: Your Journey Together


Do you find yourself concerned that your child is too shy?  Perhaps your child exhibits a hesitancy to participate fully in class activities or takes a little extra time to warm up to unfamiliar places or people.  Maybe they prefer independent activities like reading or drawing over engaging in group play with their peers. As […]