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What if we could use the power of our thoughts and feelings to change our family dynamics for the better? What if we could alter negative behaviors by changing our perception of the situation? Learn how to use your intuition, intention, and empower yourself to take control of yours and others' fears to strengthen your parental powers in the brilliant book, The Dance of Parenting by Natasha Solovieff. With so many children being born with special needs, it is vital for us to learn how to parent with unconditional love and assertiveness. No matter what challenges you face or are concerned you may be facing, this book can help you return to love actions/reactions when caring for difficult kids or situations. Find out how to quickly recognize when you are of step in your parenting dance, genuinely listen to your child and partner, drop the fear to think and react from a place of calm, and release cultural and traditional issues so that you can address your child's issues from a position of power and compassion.
Discover the sacred art of conscious child-raising in the excellent self-help book, The Dance of Parenting by Natasha Solovieff. Parenting can be difficult. Sometimes when we must enforce actions out of loving concern for our children, our efforts are unwanted or underappreciated. Whether you have gone to bed wracked with guilt over an unresolved argument, or you are caring for a special needs child that can't seem to conform to social conventions, or just always feel stressed and overwhelmed, then you are out of step in the parenting dance. No matter if you are a new parent, have several children, or are just about to adopt, this book can help you stay in alignment with your parenting vision and goals. This book is full of hope and inspiring. By following the steps and exercises found in this book, you can step into the beautiful, if always evolving dance and raise your children with confidence, authority, and unconditional love.