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url 2017-10-31 11:01
Conscious Parenting Interview with Nuit
Conscious Parenting: Mindful Living Course for Parents - Nataša Pantović Nuit

Nuit Author of seven mindfulness books tells BuzzFeed about her new adventure, a self-development course designed for parents called Conscious Parenting. She claims parenting to be a skill and a calling that constantly challenges our spiritual and personal growth. Nuit says: 'It is a million dollars question: how do we still work on self-development increasing Love, Understanding, Wisdom even though the art of parenting is so complicated? How do we become more loving parents?'

Conscious Parenting Mothering as Spiritual Quality Quote by Nuit

To read more please check - https://www.buzzfeed.com/mariojohns/conscious-parenting-interview-with-nuit-28kij

Source: www.buzzfeed.com/mariojohns/conscious-parenting-interview-with-nuit-28kij
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text 2017-10-09 19:13
Reading progress update: I've read 13 out of 320 pages.
Neurodiversity in Higher Education: Positive Responses to Specific Learning Differences - David Pollak

Where the term "neurodiversity" came from seems to be disputed - could be the USA, could be Australia. Either way it came from the online autistic community but it currently exists as an umbrella covering way more than autism.

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url 2017-10-06 21:19
Positive Parenting: Mindful Parenting in Action
A-Ma Alchemy of Love - Nataša Pantović Nuit
Mindful Being - Nataša Pantović Nuit
Conscious Parenting: Mindful Living Course for Parents - Nataša Pantović Nuit
Mindful Eating with Delicious Raw Vegan Recipes - Nataša Pantović Nuit
Conscious Creativity: Mindfulness Meditations - Nataša Pantović Nuit
Chanting Mantras with Best Chords - Nataša Pantović Nuit

Positive Parenting: Mindful Parenting in Action

Mindful Parenting starts with a simple mindfulness truth that we are not alone within our parenting battle-field, within the arena of discomfort, sacrifice, and confusion that children might create and to help you see that your stage is universal, deeply puzzling and yet surrounded with marvel, beauty, and plenty of unforgettable experiences.

Child and truth Conscious Parenting Book Quote

"A child has a deep longing to discover that the World is based on Truth. Respect that longing. In our attempt to help children grow into Inspired Adults, we wish them to carry the Youthfulness of their Souls, and the Wonders of Childhood into their old age.'

Conscious Parenting by Natasa Pantovic Nuit Quotes about kids and world based on truth

To read the full text please go to the Publisher's website with Nataša Pantović Articles. Nataša Pantović Article Positive Parenting

 

Source: www.goodreads.com/author_blog_posts/15815494-positive-parenting
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review 2017-06-22 20:32
What Alice Forgot - Liane Moriarty 
What Alice Forgot - Liane Moriarty

The mystery is what happened to Alice's marriage. Alice, suffering from a concussion and subsequent amnesia is the one trying to figure out who she is and how it went wrong. Another marvelous book full of kids and after school activities and how destructive it is for a marriage when gender roles make one person the breadwinner and one person the parent. And yes, it is also very white and heteronormative and upper middle class suburban, but again, Moriarty takes seriously the business of having and rearing children, and that is important. Plus now I basically see Reese Witherspoon playing the lead role in every one of the books and I like Reese Witherspoon, so that's okay.

I only have one Moriarty book left to read, and then I am going to be very sad for a while.

Library copy

 

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review 2017-06-07 02:23
The Husband's Secret - Liane Moriarty
The Husband's Secret - Liane Moriarty

I hope I've learned my lesson: don't start a Moriarty book unless I have plenty of time to finish it, because I can not put it down to go to sleep. Knowing I have to get up and go to work the next morning is not nearly sufficient to stop me reading just one more chapter, again and again until it 's all done.

 

The only bad thing I can say about it is that she focuses on white urban professionals. Yeah, that's attractive to many readers, 'm sure. And she is fabulous at depicting family life in a way that's realistic and not sentimental or smarmy. She can make a minor school event into high drama and a successful Tupperware saleswoman into a canny titan of industry.

 

And also, I suspect that these are all books I'm going to enjoy rereading, but it isn't as if characterization or setting or tone are sacrificed in favor of narrative drive. The plot zips along because the reader has become emotionally invested in these people, all of them.

 

Library copy.

 

Edited later the same evening to add:

 

Okay, I figured out one thing Moriarty does that makes her so appealing. She respects the work that women do. All of it. Not just the creative or professional careers, but also the glamour -free jobs, the volunteer work of PTAs, the emotional work of looking after family, the shitwork of buying groceries, and planning meals. All of it. That's so rare. Even the assholes who are instigating Mommy Wars don't really respect all of it: regardless of their agenda, they only respect the work of privileged women, whether it's as a CEO or as the stay-at-home mom fixing organic Vento boxes with loving notes. President of a tech start-up good, president of the PTA is just a joke usually. Women in Moriarty 's world can be wrong, prejudiced, or thoughtless, but they are all respected.

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