Practice What You Peacefully Preach

We have been conditioned by society to obey our masters and answer questions when asked. However, as free-thinking individuals practicing peaceful parenting, we should never do this. Unless we are inspired to connect and share, we owe no one an explanation for the choices in our lives. In this essay, I offer you a perspective that you may … [Read more...]

Cultivating Self-Love for Youth and Vitality

Once a week or so, I take a day to recharge and go inward. I am a highly sensitive, empathic individual and without a regular mindful practice of self-care, I can easily get out of balance. I have people message me with questions about how I maintain my energy of, "youth and vitality". (which is funny to me that people even look at me in … [Read more...]

My Daughter is Vaping

My almost sixteen year old daughter, Tiffany has connected with a new, local group of friends. She was introduced to them by the girl who I wrote about in my last blog entry, Returning Home to a Teen Runaway. Prior to coming together with this group, her friends primarily lived in New York. For years, We've brought Tiffany to and from New … [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...]

Homes of Radical Unschoolers: Part 2!

With now over 17,550 members my Radical Unschooling group, this movement is growing rapidly! I posted this blog entry a few months ago for parents to gain inspiration from, by sharing what the homes of Radical Unschoolers look like.  The post was so popular, that many people asked me to post MORE photos and others sent them in, to … [Read more...]