Restorative parenting: Children thrive off proactive dialogue | Living | CentreDaily.com: Parenting within a restorative framework is a proactive approach, rather than reactive. Examples of interactions that fit this style include:
• Spending time together: Ten minutes, twice each day with each child makes a difference. Be fully present and focused on what interests the child. One dad, upon arrival home from work, chose to trade jokes with his kids rather than immediately sitting down with the newspaper.