Category Archives: Separation anxiety

Still Face Experiments are More about Power than Attachment Parenting

Still face experiments demonstrate the importance of babies’ attachment to their parents. The video below portrays the natural human process of attachment between a baby and mother, and then the effects of non-responsiveness on the part of the mother. Please … Continue reading

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Failure to Launch? Stop Parenting and Be a Parent

With a simple click, Amy French – at home, work, or on her cell phone – can find out how her 13-year-old son, Bryan Kimball, did on an exam or if he turned in his homework. French is on PowerSchool, … Continue reading

Posted in Achievement, Authority, Challenge, Character, Children, Education, Genius, Homework, Mistakes, parent anxiety, Parent-Teacher Partnerships, parent/teacher conference, parenting, Responsibility, Self-determination, Separation anxiety, Success, Technology and Education | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 5 Comments

Leave and Learn

Having trouble separating from your children on the opening day of school? Separation from our children goes deep. The sun rose at 6:30 on the morning of August 22 in the hills above Philo, California. I know because I was … Continue reading

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