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Parent Nation Radio Interview

Posted on: June 15th, 2016 by Sharon Ballantine

May 2016
Parent Nation Radio Show
with Tara Kennedy-Kline

Listen to Tara and Sharon have a lively conversation about how positive thinking helps guide our children and helps in our best parenting. Sharon tells her story of how she came to write her book and release the fears he had in her parenting. They discuss the value and process of how our children clarify their desires, and they revel in the many more aspects of how we parent.

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Thriving Entrepreneurial Network Interview

Posted on: June 14th, 2016 by Sharon Ballantine

May 2016
We help you thrive!
Thriving Entrepreneur Radio Show
with Steve Kidd

Steve Kidd engages Sharon regarding the importance of staying in alignment, hence feeling happy so we can be effective parents and inspire our children. They also discuss how learning to trust our own internal guidance helps us teach our kids how to follow theirs. Listen to the varied and enlightening conversation!

Help Your Children to Attain Success by Figuring Out How They Learn Best

Posted on: June 13th, 2016 by Sharon Ballantine

Setting Your Child Up for Success from Sharon Ballantine, Parenting Coach and Life Coach

Is your child a visual learner, an auditory learner, a tactile learner, or a kinesthetic learner? When you figure out how your kids learn best, you can supplement their schoolwork by introducing added materials to help them learn.

Sharon Ballantine. Law of Attraction Coach

How Does Your Attitude Affect Your Children?

Posted on: June 10th, 2016 by Sharon Ballantine

Doesn’t each of us want to feel happy and have a positive affect on other people? Whether this happiness means feeling good about our parenting life, social life, love life etc. we crave the endorphins that come with the feeling of basking in our wellbeing. And then life gets in the way. Something or someone doesn’t turn out or behave the way we were hoping, and we allow ourselves to feel bad and maybe even really mad. In other words, we are being reactive to what is happening around us and our attitude suffers.

Have you ever been aware of how your attitude affects those around you? You may feel like your poor attitude is your own business and has no affect on other people, but this is not the case. Even when you don’t speak a word the energy that . . .

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Top 5 Tips To An Easeful Parent Strategy

Posted on: June 3rd, 2016 by Sharon Ballantine

Haven’t we heard most parents say at one time or another, “Kids don’t come with an owner’s manual?” While this is a true statement, and generally spoken with a certain feeling of stress, most of us manage to figure out parenting one day at a time, one situation at a time with our children.

Not being one to leave things to chance, least of all my motherhood, I knew I wanted to create a parenting style that would feel good to me. I chose to start by looking back at how I had been living my life up to the time I became a parent; and thinking of all the philosophies I had been exposed to and found value in my earlier years. As the mother of three grown children now, my parenting was a daily choice and a daily practice . . .

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MotherhoodLater.com

Posted on: May 31st, 2016 by Sharon Ballantine

MotherhoodLater.com

The Art of Blissful Parenting
May 2016

Click here http://bit.ly/1NN0A0m to see Sharon’s guest blog post on Motherhoodlater.com  Sharon talks about the challenges in parenting, how important it is to feel good while parenting, the urge to control, and more!

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Guiding Our Kids As Opposed To Controlling

Posted on: May 29th, 2016 by Sharon Ballantine

Most every parent wants the best for their children, don’t we? We want our kids to be safe, feel loved, make good choices etc. We may envision them living their best happy lives where nothing goes wrong. At times we may wish we could control their outcomes so they don’t feel pain or hurt. Our kids are after all, the people that mean the most to us, the ones we cherish.

As we look at and ponder our own life experience, we will see that there may have been a few or many occasions where things seemed as if they were going wrong. We may have felt powerless to control a given situation. We may also remember that these experiences worked themselves out and took us to perhaps a better feeling experience and supported our evolution. These experiences are important for . . .

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Hay House Radio

Hay House Radio Interview

Posted on: May 23rd, 2016 by Sharon Ballantine

February 19, 2016
Hay House Radio
Interview with Jennifer Morris

Listen to Sharon being interviewed by Jennifer Morris on Hay House Radio. Learn why it’s important to to tap into your Internal Guidance System (IGS) while inspiring and guiding your children. Sharon and Jennifer discuss the fundamentals of IGS parenting and how these fundamentals chart a course for being an enlightened parent.

 

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New Day Northwest

Posted on: May 23rd, 2016 by Sharon Ballantine

11am, PST February 19, 2016
“Tips on how to become a more blissful parent”

Interview on KING 5 Television NBC Network Affiliate in Seattle, “New Day Northwest,” with Margaret Larson

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WSVA News/Talk Radio

Posted on: May 23rd, 2016 by Sharon Ballantine

April 2016
WSVA Radio News/Talk Radio
The Mike Schikman Show

 

Mike talks with Sharon about her book, “The Art of Blissful Parenting.”  They discuss the realities of parenting and finding ways to have more ease in parenting by using your internal guidance. Mike asks Sharon about navigating the teen years, learning to let go and trusting your child’s internal guidance. Teaching your children how to use this important guidance is crucial for their development.

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