Whether adults, young siblings or older teens, you may often hear sometime like this, “It’s YOUR fault that I am upset!” (And please note, this is always your son, daughter, spouse, friend or relative…not you.)
Everything matters. Some things matter more than others, of course, but quite honestly…everything matters. However, we somehow have learned to ignore the impact of our choices.
How many times have you sought out good information and then ignored it? You listened to an inspiring Ted talk and then forgot about it by bedtime. You read a moving blog post and shared it to all your friends but now you can’t even recall what it said.
What, or rather, who is “The Director?” The Director is really the controller of all things good and right in the home.
What are the most important components of good parenting? I invite you to consider the power of the calm, caring and consistent parent.
In my view, there are seven fundamental principles that form the foundation for effective change and growth with children and families. In this article, I will summarize the seven principles that are the driving force behind the proven strategies and solutions contained in my discussions
1. My Son, Age Three, Cries Over Everything. One Could Clearly Label Him A “Cry Baby”. Is This Something He Will Grow Out Of Or Can We Teach Him To Not Cry Over The Drop Of A Hat. I’m Worried
Whether we notice it or not, we are almost constantly asking our brain a question, and then ‘listening’ to our internal voice with all the possible answers, thoughts and solutions our brains can muster
In recent years, there is an alarming tendency to find adolescents and young adults seeking only the path of ease. In other words, when given the opportunity to apply real effort in order to learn, grow or improve…they choose to ‘sit it out.’
The challenges of raising children today seem to become increasingly complex. Whether it is the growing demands of core curriculum, the pressure to have children constantly engaged in activities, or the confusing and changing landscape of technology, the world of parenting is filled with more and more difficult decisions.