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    All relationships are complicated, and finding a balance that can withstand the daily pressures is challenging. Even with the best of intentions, it is easy to lose our way.  This Mom’s comment beautifully reflects the often difficult  journey that many parents face. “For so many years, we have been making huge investments in raising our […]

    My Special Kids

    October 27th, 2012

    “I  thought that my kids could never do this or that. It turns out that I was the one who was stuck. Thankfully, I learned ways to move forward. ”  Cynthia D. From Swampscott, MA.   I am often asked if the Cooperation Counts program is helpful for families where there are  kids with special […]

    One family shares their experience with the Cooperation Counts program.  The following are excerpts from a series of emails over the past 4 months about their difficult situation, centered around their 4 yr. old son. “The experience with you has been helpful and the results are impressive.  I went into this simply wanting more disciplined […]

    THE COOPERATION COUNTS PROGRAM BASICS: Having a Predictable Plan (Lining up our Ducks) Believe it or not, if adults play our cards right, the outcome of kid choices about  whether or not to cooperate can turn into a win/win situation. First, there needs to be a plan in place that lets the kids know when […]

    Ashleigh, mother of five and blogger over at A Mom’s Take posted a review of Cooperation Counts and is running a give away where readers can win a copy of the book. Check it out here.

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