Free Your Children: A Guide for Liberty-Loving Parents By Justin Arman


Peaceful parenting is way more important than some people think. This guide skips the usual parenting book garbage about perfect kids, and gives you the nitty gritty of real life. How do you handle the irrational screaming and flailing of a temper tantrum? How do you put your family back together after a disruption (even one caused by your own mistakes)? How do you prepare your teens to deal with sex? What are the benefits of homeschooling, and how do you get started?

This little booklet is not meant to point fingers or to expose the nanny state; the goal here is to offer practical, peaceful parenting tools for creating a powerhouse family.

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  • Matt Phillips

    Parents of toddlers: Peaceful ways to deal with specific situations

    Many of the folks who aren’t familiar with peaceful parenting would probably like to see real world examples, and parents who have already adopted the ideas would probably love to hear other parents’ ideas and methods for dealing with specific situations.   Let’s add some discussion of practice to the great discussions surrounding theory that are already ongoing.   I think it would be really constructive for a discussion to start like this: My kid is doing X. Do you guys have ideas or solutions for dealing with it?   I’ll get as much use out of this type of conversation as anyone, since my son is 2.5 and my daughter is seven weeks. So I’d love to see some posts!

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  • Blue Square

    Free Your Children: A Guide for Liberty-Loving Parents’s guide to parenthood is here at last! Free Your Children, by Justin Arman, skips past the usual garbage about perfect kids, and gets straight to the advice you need for the nitty gritty of real life. So we want to hear from you, our fellow liberty-minded parents: How do you raise your children to live free in an unfree world?

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