As my kids grow, moments to connect with my family are becoming more limited. So I’m trying not to miss little opportunities for connection when they arise.
There are so many things I love about this Parenting Manifesto by Brene Brown. I’ve read this to my kids and they love it too. Thank you Brene for sharing this beautiful reminder of the path to deeper connection and joy!
Big emotions like anger are uncomfortable for kids and adults. This article shares ways to help kids learn to manage anger in healthy ways.
What if a key point of parenting is personal growth? Being more connected and loving to ourselves and to those around us.
When should parents talk to their kids about sex? What should they say? Is there a way to make these conversations less awkward?
What is the right age for kids to get a phone? What rules should be in place? This article includes healthy habits to put in place right from the start.
The words we choose can make matters a lot better or a lot worse. “I Statements” take practice, but improve relationships our whole lives.
Warren Buffett was recently asked about how he measures success. He responded, “Do the people you care about love your back?”
How do parents teach their kids about consent? What words should we use? What age should we start having these conversations?
Instead of setting resolutions, how about setting intentions for the new year instead? A few years ago, my family started a New Year’s Intention Jar.