Feeling Lost About How To Discipline Your Children?

If you’re feeling lost about where to start teaching your children about discipline, then don’t fear, you’re not alone. I think we all agree that discipline is necessary so here’s how to get started: 1.  Let go of the past mistakes.  Regrets and guilt are useless.  That was yesterday which you can’t change.  Look at […]

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How’s the “3 Days of No Yelling Challenge” Going?

Here’s the blog I wrote earlier about the no yelling challenge:  Parents:  No Yelling Challenge Here’s what usually happens when you stop yelling:  The kids stop yelling.  Your kids are taking their cues from you so if you yell, they yell.  They’re also very intuitive so know that when you yell you are not in […]

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Parents, What Keeps You Up At Night?

Parenting can be fun, rewarding, beautiful and all those good things.  But it can also be really stressful.       The parents who complain the most about sleepless nights due to worrying are parents of teenagers.  Worries revolve around: sex drugs eating disorders suicide attempts belligerence aggression depression bullying grades etc. I’ve worked with […]

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How to Deal with Tantrums, Meltdowns, Flipouts, Freakouts, Scenes, etc.

Some of us are prone to tantrums, others aren’t.  My son had tantrums whereas my daughter never had one.  Tantrums in children can turn into adults with bad tempers.  But if handled correctly, they’ll not only stop having tantrums as children, but they’ll be less likely to have bad tempers as adults.  You’ll have taught […]

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“I’m just trying to manage the damage I’m going to do to my Children”

I avoid perfect people like the plague.  I’m drawn to people to laugh at their foibles, see mistakes as stepping stones and laugh freely.  Perfect people are boring boring boring. There’s real pressure among parents to be perfect.  Talk about putting pressure where it’s least needed. I joined a ton of mommy and baby groups […]

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