You just don’t know what sort of day that mother and kids have had. So, it’s best not to judge based only on what you see.
Posts Categorized: Parenting
Have you heard of Panda parenting? It’s kind of different to Tiger Parenting. It’s a bit more like Lawnmower or Snow Plough parenting.
It’s an objective fact: one of our children is always going to better than another child at any given activity. One child might be academically sharper.
How to teach your kids self-awareness so they understand themselves better, and know the impact they are having on others.
Resilience is about being able to adapt positively to difficult times, setbacks and other significant challenges, and avoid maladaptive outcomes.
We all want our kids to feel good. Ice cream. Beach days. Playdates. These are all great for bringing joy. But typically, these good feelings don’t last.
The HSC might be daunting, but it is something that each and every one of you can achieve. See if you can keep these six things in mind.
Lashing out in anger is something that can easily turn into a habit for our children. Anger is usually based on a strong sense of fear or sadness.
Why? What? When? Where? How? You could almost describe it as a syndrome – the Little Voice with Endless Questions or LVEQs.
Telling your friends their teen daughter is making unwise, unhealthy, unsafe decisions – and probably lying to them – is awkward.