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Parent using Empathy and Education instead of Discipline and Punishment.

 
 
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Win Win Parenting

Research based parenting techniques and information

Hello, I'm Dr Rosina McAlpine and I want to share with you, the latest research in child development and my life skills based positive parenting program. I started this journey like you, as a parent interested in developing my own parenting skills so I could be a good mother to our son.

Parent using Empathy and Education instead of Discipline and Punishment

You're here because you care about your children and want the best for them. If you're like me, then you're looking for reliable, research-based parenting information that will help your children develop all the life skills they need to succeed in the world.

The Win Win Parenting model moves away from Discipline and Punishment and towards a relationship model using Empathy and Education. Research shows the most protective factor for your child is a good relationship with them where they feel safe and the family environment is a place to learn.

You will find out a lot more in our Blog posts, online programs, videos and social media channels and we are adding more all the time.

Dr Rosina McAlpine
 
 

Prepare your child for the ups and downs of life by

helping them develop skills across 7 key areas of life.

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Pressures faced by parents and children...

Today's kids have so many pressures and challenges to overcome, and so parents need the parenting skills to help their kids navigate life safely and successfully. Some of the many difficulties children face are:

  • Bullying
  • Self Esteem issues
  • Peer pressure around alcohol, drugs and sex
  • Anxiety and depression
  • Uncontrollable emotions
  • Health problems like obesity
  • and many more... 

Armed with these parenting skills allows parents to feel more in control.

You want to be a good parent BUT life is so busy…

I understand that all parents want the best for their children, but it is hard to find the time to attend parenting courses or to read and understand the latest research about raising kids to develop good parenting skills. Life is so busy with work, family, children and all of the other day to day commitments and parents often feel guilty and wish they could do more.

Child development relies on good parenting because parenting is an exciting but challenging role, as I found out when our son was born in 2007. While I had been a teacher and education researcher for over 20 years, I found I didn't have all of the skills needed to be a good parent. However, I knew I could learn from the parenting experts and the latest research research on child development.

After many years of interviewing experts, reading the science and research on child development, I developed my first parenting book called.

 

THE ONE THING THAT ALL PARENTING AND CHILD DEVELOPMENT EXPERTS AGREE UPON IS THAT GOOD PARENTING IS ABOUT TEACHING KIDS LIFE SKILLS.

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Essential life skills for children..

We all know that to be successful, children need to have a range of life skills like strong self esteem, a positive attitude, be motivated to learn, good communication skills, an understanding of how to eat well and exercise, to develop a love learning and be inspired to achieve great things.  My passion is to help our son and to empower all parents with the skills and parenting resources to be able to support their children’s development across all areas of life.

I have done all of the research to develop affordable, practical and easy to follow parenting programs. Designed with the busy parent in mind, these step by step programs are filled with parenting advice, resources and parenting tips on raising kids so you can help your child gain valuable skills and succeed in life, no matter how busy you are!

Follow me on Social Media or see my Blog for more resources that include interviews with parenting experts, parenting articles and the latest research based parenting advice for good parenting and raising kids.

My heartfelt best wishes to you in your parenting journey!

Dr Rosina