13 Things I’ve Learned in 13 Years of Consciously Parenting

When I started The Consciously Parenting Project in 2007, I knew that I had some information that most parents didn’t have that could help create more connection in families. We had been through several years filled with challenges including loss of a baby, really difficult behaviors from young son (and myself, if I’m going to be honest), another pregnancy and

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FAQs for Listening to Feelings

When does this course begin? This course begins Monday, August 3, 2020. This is the day you’ll receive your first content and can get started on the content. How is this different from your other courses in the Learning Center? This course is a guided course. Rebecca is creating the content for this group as we go along, customizing it for your

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Podcast Episode #47 – Raising Boys Q&A: Deescalation Techniques

Raising Boys Welcome to our final conversation with Nathan McTague of The Center for Emotional Education. This portion of the conversation is about deescalation. Rebecca and Nathan look at how intentionally connecting with our children throughout their childhood can help us when we get to the teen years, by giving them and us the tools needed to move through intense

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Podcast Episode #46 – Raising Boys Q&A: Maintaining Connection Through the Teen Years

Raising Boys We’re back again with Nathan McTague for more Q&A about raising boys. This portion of the conversation is about teenagers, and how to maintain connection with them as they make their way toward adulthood. There is territory that can be tricky, with developing brains wired differently than before. Emotions often come up that may be more intense than

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Podcast Episode #45 – Raising Boys Q&A: Encouraging connection with others

Raising Boys We’re back this week with Nathan McTague, the co-founder of the Center for Emotional Education and co-creator of the Feeleez line of social and emotional learning tools. He’s a long-time parent educator and full-time father. Our conversation today is about modeling healthy relationships for our children. We want to prepare them to recognize and develop healthy relationships once they go out

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