Does Connected Parenting Take More Time?

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Yes, a connected approach to parenting takes more time when your kids are little.

It means investing in their emotional worlds and helping them understand them and cope with them without shutting them down.

But it also means less time feeling terrible about the way you reacted to your children. AND it means less time trying to repair broken trust when they are older.

Investing in your children is time well spent, and the beautiful relationship you will develop will absolutely be worth it.


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