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Helping Your Children to Find Their Passion

Posted on: April 6th, 2017 by Sharon Ballantine

The Pursuit of Passion from Sharon Ballantine, Parenting Coach and Life Coach

By using your own Internal Guidance System, you can help your children to sort out the things they enjoy the most. Here’s how…

Teaching Kids to Mind Their Biological Needs

Posted on: March 29th, 2017 by Sharon Ballantine

Encouraging Your Kids to Listen to Their Biological Needs from Sharon Ballantine, Parenting Coach and Life Coach

In today’s busy world, it’s sometimes hard to find balance between work and play. Teaching your children to listen to their bodies and to use their Internal Guidance System will keep them happier and healthier.

Creating Your Happier Life

Posted on: March 7th, 2017 by Sharon Ballantine

Practicing Happiness from Sharon Ballantine, Parenting Coach and Life Coach

Making your life happier isn’t as difficult as you might think. When you lead with positivity, you’ll be amazed at what follows.

Allow Your Children to Find Their Authentic Selves

Posted on: December 28th, 2016 by Sharon Ballantine

The Secret to Giving Your Children a Better Life from Sharon Ballantine, Parenting Coach and Life Coach

Parents sometimes place unrealistic expectations on their kids. If they’re not good at math, it wouldn’t be wise to expect them to be engineers. Rather, love your children and allow them to find out who they want to be in the world.

How Sound or the Absence of It Can Be Beneficial for Any Personality Type

Posted on: December 6th, 2016 by Sharon Ballantine

Guiding Your Children Toward Cultivating Silence and Honoring Sound from Sharon Ballantine, Parenting Coach and Life Coach

Some children are more focused in silence, though they rarely get to experience it in today’s busy world, while other kids are more apt to work best in the chaos around them.  Here’s how to respect sound and silence when it comes to effective parenting.

What to Do When Your Kids Decide It’s Time to be Different

Posted on: October 26th, 2016 by Sharon Ballantine

Standing by Your Children When They Dare to Be Different from Sharon Ballantine, Parenting Coach and Life Coach

When your kids start dressing or acting in a way that you’re not comfortable with, perhaps it’s best to give them space, as long as they’re not in danger. Self-expression is a huge part, and a very important part, of growing up.

Do Unto Others Will Produce Well-Adjusted Adults

Posted on: October 6th, 2016 by Sharon Ballantine

Teaching Your Children the Golden Rule from Sharon Ballantine, Parenting Coach and Life Coach

The Golden Rule is meant to give us balance in our relationships. By teaching your children how the Golden Rule works, you enable them to live happy, socially fulfilling lives.

Joyful Parenting Is All About YOU

Posted on: September 12th, 2016 by Sharon Ballantine

Making Parenting Joyful from Sharon Ballantine, Parenting Coach and Life Coach

As good parents, we want only the best for our children, but sometimes it can be hectic and confusing for us. When we don’t take action to remedy the situation, though you don’t intend it, the fallout can have a negative impact on your kids. It’s a simple solution! Find out what that is by watching this short slideshow.

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University Bookstore

Posted on: September 1st, 2016 by Sharon Ballantine

University Bookstore August 2016

I have always wanted to do a book signing at University Bookstore and I got the chance! It was really exciting to be in such a well known bookstore and have my live event.

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East West Bookstore Book Signing

Posted on: September 1st, 2016 by Sharon Ballantine

East West Bookshop August 2016

East West Bookshop was a great venue for my first workshop. I gave the attendee parents a written and verbal exercise that helped them identify and tap into their internal guidance system. We had a fun discussion on how they can use their internal guidance for more easeful parenting.  

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