Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Notes from Jane

It is so rewarding to hear that Positive Discipline is making a difference all over the world. Recently I received the following email.
My name is Marisol Zeron and I am head of the orientation department at Escuela Bilingue Bambinos in Honduras. As you know we are a Third World Country with lots of limitations. Our school has become addicted to your Positive Discipline curricula it's just amazing!!! We really want to make a difference among the children in Honduras and we were wondering if there was possibility that we could fly you out here to give a seminar to a whole community of schools?
The goal is to get people hooked on Positive Discipline to understand it and love it the way we do!
I also want to thank you for opening our eyes to much better, fresh form to raise our kids, but the population of children is too much and we can't do it alone!! :)
Thanks from the bottom of my heart,
Marisol Zeron
We are looking forward to sending Certified Positive Discipline Associates to Honduras.
This weekend I facilitated a two-day workshop on Teaching Parenting the Positive Discipline Way and we now have 30 more Certified Positive Discipline Parent Educators. It is such a joyful and gratifying experience to be with the people who are attracted to this work. They are so positive and passionate and really believe we can create peace in the world through creating more respectful relationships in homes and schools. I have scheduled another two-day workshop for March 7-8, 2009. Please go to for more information. The last workshop filled up three weeks in advance, so register early.
To find two-day workshops on Teaching Parenting the Positive Discipline Way and Positive Discipline in the Classroom in other locations and dates, please go to If you haven’t already listened to podcast No. 49 where I interview Marianne McGinnis on “Workshop Results,” you will find it delightful and inspiring.


Unknown said...

I am having a terrible time getting my 10 year old to eat anything other than sugar. Iam so worried about his health. Any suggestions?
Sarah Weber

Unknown said...

My 10 year old seems to be addicted to video games and sugar. Help!!
Sarah Weber