“Having regrets is natural and universal for all good parents. When something is important to us, it leaves us vulnerable to doubts, worries, and regrets,” says says licensed clinical psychologist Dr. Inna Khazan, Ph.D. “It’s like two sides of the same coin—if being a good parent is important to you, if you .
What Mindful Parenting Looks Like Caitlin Turpyn and Tara Chaplin of George Mason University tried to investigate this relationship directly in another recent study, by bringing parents and kids into the lab to look at their real-time interactions. Here, parents who’d reported on their levels of mindful parenting were asked to .
What is Positive Parenting and why is it important? Positive parenting is an approach built on mutual respect. According to author Debbie Godfrey, positive parenting techniques are “for parents who want to discipline their kids without breaking their spirit.” But, what does this actually mean? Positive parenting is a parenting .