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"Scolding" your children is telling them they are doing something wrong. It is negative and may allow your child to feel unacceptable or incompetent. Let's take the positive approach. For example, if you want your child to pick up their toys, instead of saying, "Don't leave your toys on the floor," say, "Let's pick up... Continue Reading →
The structure of our day is so important now more than ever. Setting up routines, and putting structures in place for your children to follow will help them grow, learn, and prosper. We have to teach our children that education is so very important. They need to learn that LEARNING happens every day whether you... Continue Reading →
I am sorry, but we need to have more role models in our society today! We NEED leaders who are role models! We need everyday people who are role models. Role models are those who are intelligent and who give us facts. Role models do not tell us made up stories or state exaggerations. Role... Continue Reading →
Due to Covid-19, students are home. Last week and this week, students had and will have the opportunity to do "school work" at home online. As a parent, this time is not only worrisome because of all the changes in our every day lives, but also because children are home twenty-four hours a day! We... Continue Reading →
It amazes me that this one person did everything he could to make a difference in this world. I must say that this is a BIG deal, especially in today's society. We all need to learn at least one lesson from Mister Fred Rogers or from this movie. "Being a parent does not mean being... Continue Reading →
How redundant! It is extremely tiring to have to repeat yourself over, and over, and over again. Unfortunately, this is parenting. Don't confuse repeating yourself to a child who is NOT listening to you or repeating yourself if your child is misbehaving. What I actually mean is to repeat yourself or having the repetition needed... Continue Reading →
...to make that change you have been waiting to make. ...to achieve that goal you have been waiting to achieve. ...to have more patience with everyone around you. ...to show more kindness. ...to be less angry. ...to teach your children. ...to be a better parent. ...to read that book you have been waiting to read.... Continue Reading →