See It Through

 All of our children have gone through times in their in life where their needs were outside of the range of what our culture would see as "normal" for a parent to support. For example, Ivy nursed until she was almost six years old. Tiffany would not let us brush her hair, as he scalp was so sensitive when she was younger. We had to come … [Read more...]

Cover Design Competition

Cover Design Competition: YOU could design the new cover of my book! My book, "Radical Unschooling: A Revolution Has Begun" has been re-edited and will be released this summer. It will be the 2nd revised edition with some new content.  I am writing a sequel to "Radical Unschooling," as well, but I will share more about that soon. … [Read more...]

What Really Spoils Children

When you give to your children abundantly, from a place of pure love, they learn generosity, love and kindness. When you give to your children from a place of guilt, shame or fear, children learn to buy "love". This is why people think that giving to children will "spoil" them. When a parent doesn't know how to give love freely, they use … [Read more...]

Intense Unschooling Radio Interview with Dayna Martin

Our family just returned from a trip to Mexico, where I was speaking at an event called, Anarchapulco, in Acapulco, Mexico. While our family was there, a magazine that interviewed us released a very positive story about our family and Unschooling. Due to the visibility and positivity of that story, I was contacted by a radio station, … [Read more...]

Without Freedom Children Make Unhealthy Choices

To Trust Children You Must Trust Yourself Children make good choices for themselves when supported by a connected and loving parent who doesn't use their child's freedom as a tool to control them. When children trust their parents, they *believe them* when they give them information. When there is no power-struggle, children know there … [Read more...]