Parents, do you ever feel like your child is never going to grow out of this stage? It took me my entire childhood before I finally dropped this bad habit and learned this important lesson!
Are parents doing enough to ensure their child doesn’t become a victim of bullying?
“Unless you’re using the word in reflection, predicting anyone or anything will be “perfect” is setting ourselves up for unrealistic expectations and reinforcing a fixed mindset.”
With digital devices as the hottest school supply, how are children maintaining balance?
The competitive nature of same-gender siblings who are close in age presents a unique parenting conundrum.
Penmanship is more than pretty writing.
ATTENTION PARENTS: It’s time to prepare for learning from home with, “A Parent’s Guide to Teaching Children at Home”
Educators and tutors rarely spend enough time with students to provide adequate supported practice, so parent involvement is imperative for struggling students.
Do you crave something more / better / different than what is?
Change, you can resist it or you can embrace it, but the sooner you choose to embrace it, the easier life is going to be.
What I find is that boundaries are often driven from upset. When someone has upset you, leaving you feeling mistreated or maybe even violated, that is an indicator there is a need for a boundary.
Always remember to treasure the moments because they’re not promised to last.
Does every day feel like Groundhog Day? Here are some tips for overcoming the monotony.
I’m starting to realize failing equals freedom.
When you notice the voice in your head getting louder, try these strategies to calm your thinking.
Does time during a quarantine feel like it’s moving faster or slower?
Could you benefit from strategies to quiet the voice in your head and reset your thinking?
Should parents embrace mediocrity? How do you nurture above-average children?
There’s a big difference between knowing and doing, but one simple strategy easily bridges the knowing-doing gap every time.
Television can be constructive or destructive. Try using it as a tool for teaching life lessons and as a pathway to family bonding.
It’s important to learn to just “be.” Be still. Be with yourself. When I was little, I was always on the move. Because I was raised as an only child, I didn’t have companions at home, so I wanted to be out with my friends or out in the world all the time. But sometimes, […]
What relationship message are you sending your children?
It’s time to stop being a perfectionist and remember my purpose!