Monthly Archives: April 2014

Malta outlaws the corporal punishment of children!!

This brings the total to 39! That’s 39 nations where children cannot be hit. There are 47 more nations committed to making the legislative change. That is almost half the nations in the world. Every year, more nations step up … Continue reading

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“Parenting for a Peaceful World” goes to University!

Thought you’d want to know about this! Latest release short video from the Parenting for a Peaceful World Tour USA 2013. Pam Monaco inaugurates a new university course in ethics, based on my book. View this short clip here.  

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Heart to Heart Parenting seminars returning to New Zealand! May-June 2014

Very excited to announce this workshop-and-seminar series that brings me back to Aotearoa New Zealand. I love working in New Zealand! South Island:      Queenstown and Wanaka, from Friday 30th May 2014 till Monday 2nd June. Details to be … Continue reading

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Air pollution linked to autism

Harvard university researchers have been studying over 100,000 mothers since 1989. Mothers who are exposed to air pollutants from high traffic or heavy industry while pregnant in their third trimester are ‘up to twice as likely’ to have a child … Continue reading

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Your Child and Climate Change – free video

Concerned about how your children feel each time they hear about effects that global warming has begun to have? It’s frightening stuff, that’s for sure. So, how can we help them to be empowered in the face of this fear? … Continue reading

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Become a Certified Prenatal Bonding Facilitator – online

Hey, check this out! Here is a course you can take online to become a Certified Prenatal Bonding Facilitator, with the two Directors of the world’s largest Childbirth Education school. A fantastic social-evolutionary advancement.

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