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The parenting style that leads to happier kids (and parents)

Do you want your kids to be happier, more confident, and powerful?

The secret sauce isn't in pricey classes, the latest gadgets, or superfoods. Nope, it's YOUR sense of style - that is, your parenting style!

What if I told you there was ONE style that is most likely to lead to emotionally secure, confident children, strong communication skills, better academic performance, and healthier relationships?

Stick around, because today you'll discover not only why it works but how to sprinkle this magic pixie dust in your own home and in the process feel better about yourself.

Trust me, you don't want to miss this!

I’m Jlove, co-founder of Mercury Coach, and together with my Partner, Ryan, we’re on a mission to provide you and your kids the most powerful mind tools known to man so you and your family can live free free overwhelm, self-judgment, anxiety, and the false limits that hold you back from fully expressing your gifts, having joyful connection with your friends and loved ones and teaching your kids to do the same.

Today, we're uncovering how to make magic happen with the only style of parenting that truly harnesses the power of the deep mind to empower our kids and create the kind of relationships that we conscious intentional type parents dream of.

Curious? Excited? I am too!

Let's dive in.

So what is this amazing parenting style? If you haven’t already guessed, it’s called Positive Parenting.

Why is Positive Parenting Awesome?

So what IS "positive parenting" really?

It's a way of raising kids that focuses on love, respect, and understanding.

Instead of punishing kids when they make a mistake, positive parenting helps your kids learn how to make better choices.

1. Builds Strong Relationships

Kids who grow up with positive parenting often have a really good relationship with their parents. They feel like they can talk about their problems and know they'll be listened to.

2. Happy Kids

Positive parenting helps kids feel good about themselves. When kids feel loved and understood, they're happier and more relaxed.

3. Better Behavior

Believe it or not, kids who experience positive parenting often behave better. They're less likely to get into trouble at school or argue with their siblings.

No Punishment? Really?!

You might be wondering, does it Really Work?


Scientists and researchers have studied families who use positive parenting. They found that these kids do better in school, have more friends, and are happier in general.

Studies show that kids who grow up with positive parenting are more likely to be kind and helpful people.

My personal experience is that when I switched over to this style, my relationship with my kids completely transformed and the best part, practicing this style just feels GOOD.

The Key Principles

Communication: Always talk and listen to your kids. This helps them feel understood.

Empathy: Put yourself in your kids' shoes. Try to understand what they're feeling and why they act the way they do.

Love and Warmth: Always show love to your kids, even when they make mistakes. A hug can sometimes be more powerful than a thousand words.

Guidance, Not Punishment: Instead of punishing your kids when they mess up, guide them to make better choices next time.

Consistency: Keep the rules the same so kids know what to expect.

How to Practice Positive Parenting

Talk It Out: If your kid does something wrong, talk about it. Ask them why they did it and how they can make a better choice next time.

Be a Role Model: Show your kids how to behave by acting that way yourself. If you want them to be kind, be kind to them and others.

Quality Time: Spend time doing fun things with your kids. This shows them that they're important to you.

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Set Boundaries: It's good to have rules, but explain why they're important. This helps kids understand and follow them.

Celebrate Good Behavior: When your kid does something good, celebrate it! This makes them want to do it again. Think about it - when you are with someone who thinks you’re amazing, doesn’t it make you want to be that way more?

Does that mean I should never say NO??!!

Now, does that mean everyday is a yes day?

NO! My daughter would love to binge watch vampire diaries while my son plays minecraft for 10 hours straight. And while they don’t love that I limit their screen time or censor what they get to watch, they both know that I am doing my best to protect their developing minds, and do everything I know how to ensure they have the best possible shot at happiness. I don’t even claim to know if I’m right - I tell them this is unchartered territory and I’m just doing the best I know how to. But they know that the limits are always rooted in my love for them rather than showing them whose boss..

So, that's the magic of positive parenting! It helps kids grow up happy, strong, and kind. And the best part? You'll have a strong and loving family, full of respect and understanding for each other.

But, there IS a catch and until you understand it, Positive Parenting may be just out of reach.

In my next article, I’ll talk more about THAT and what you can do about it.

If you liked this article, please let us know and share in the comments.

In the meantime, hug your kid, and thanks for reading.

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