To love someone is to strive to accept that person exactly the way he or she is, right here and now.

Mister Rogers

I’m glad you’re here. I’m Peaceful Mom, and I invite you to fellowship with me and other Peaceful Parents in this space. We believe that emotions are always acceptable and that there are no bad kids. We believe that children are subjugated by cultural expectations and we seek to shed all of the social trappings that interfere with loving relationships. I write to elevate and humanize children and to support my fellow caregivers in doing the same.


I post new content every Tuesday and also whenever the spirit moves me.


The Brutality of the "I Turned Out Fine" Argument

A couple years back, The New York Times published an article called “The Fallacy of the ‘I Turned Out Fine’ Argument.” In the interest of specificity, I will simply quote the key logical problems with this argument, as explicated in that piece: It’s what’s known as an anecdotal fallacy. This fallacy, in simple terms, states that […]


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