ParentinG Blogposts

Sue Patterson | SuePatterson.com

Unschooling is not Unparenting  |  "I'm Not Your Friend, I'm Your MOther."  | Lean Into the Love 


Parenting Teens: A Hands On Approach




Radical Unschooling

Pam Sorooshian |  Learning happens

Resentful Unschooling Parents   |  Training is Tricky  | Two Things About Unschooling  |


 Radical Unschooling   |   Support vs Coercion




Parenting

Pam Laricchia | Living Joyfully

Pam has a collection of blogposts, podcasts, and conference audios on the topic of parenting, Including:


​The Unschooling Family: Considering Everyone's Needs |​  Learn to Say No or You'll Spoil Your ChiLD  |

When You and Your Child See Things Differently





Unschooling and Parenting Topics

JOYCE FETTEROLL | JOYFULLY REJOYCING
Joyce has been collecting little stories from unschooling families for decades now. She has 6 categories:


Essentials  |  Living Values While Guiding Children | Nurturing Decision Making   | In Practice  

​  Nurturing Helpfulness  |  All the Parenting Questions







TV and VideoGames


What About TV/Videogames?

UM2M Collection of Articles, videos, podcasts on the topic.


Television, Really? Won't that ruin kids' brains?

Pam Sorooshian | Learning Happens



Chores


Chores?

Pam Sorooshian | Learning Happens


THinking about Mandatory Chores

Meredith Novak | In Our Own Time, In Our Own Way


Nurturing HelpFulness

Joyce Fetteroll | Joyfully ReJoycing


Chores and an Unschooling Childhood

Pam Laricchia | Living Joyfully


The Case Against Chore Charts

Bridget McNamara | Family Optimized


HOusework Tips 

Joyce Fetteroll | Joyfully ReJoycing

​Miscellaneous AND helpful

How do You teach Respect? | Meredith Novak

Applying Unschooling Principles to Parenting

Many families discover that unschooling works so well with their children's education, they begin to use the principles in parenting too. 


Sometimes these approaches are called:

  • Non-punitive

  • Relationship-based

  • Non-Authoritarian

  • Radical Unschooling


Extra Help for Parents


Often you'll hear parents struggle in one of these areas. We've collected some articles that will help you

  • TV & Videogames
  • Chores
  • Food choices
  • Bedtime
  • Hygiene
  • Behavior “issues”


So let's dive in...

Unschooling Mom 2 Mom

Your Children.      Their Learning.      Your relationship with them.      Things that really matter.

Recommended Reading:


Parent/Teen Breakthrough: The Relationship Approach

Mira Kirshenbaum


Siblings Without Rivalry


Hold Onto Your Child

Gordon Neufeld


Parenting a Free Child

Rue Kream


The Conscious Parent

Shefali Tsabary


Unconditional Parenting 

Alfie Kohn


Attachment Parenting:
       Instinctive Care for Your Baby and Young Child


Playful Parenting

Lawrence Cohen


Everyday Blessings:
​         The Inner Work of Mindful Parenting