Can you relate to your child being a perfectionist? I’m going to share a powerful and surprising tip for turning this situation around.
Grief isn’t always straightforward. It can sometimes be riddled with conflicting emotions. I’ve learned that my relationship with my mom didn’t end when she died. I have been able to heal our relationship even with her gone. Here is my year of grief.
Lately, I’ve been focusing more on playful parenting and consciously adopting a more playful attitude to help defuse challenging situations with my kids.
Do you get frustrated when your kids won’t listen to your requests? Are you tired of nagging, bugging, and trying…
Between school closures and work-from-home schedules, do you find yourself yelling at your kids more than ever before? The “new normal” post COVID-19 certainly has us in close and constant proximity with our kids and as a result, tensions are running high. Chances are you’re tired of Zoom calls and feeling guilty about yelling at your kids for the zillionth time and want to learn how to stop the pattern.
One of the biggest issues that you want help with, I know, is sibling rivalry. Nothing can take a peaceful family moment and ruin it quite as quickly as children who suddenly erupt into a fight. Few things wear us down more than the endless squabbling and arguing that kids can do.