No doubt. Tough times. And for many, very, very tough times. When living on very little, having nothing now is the difference between eating and not eating. I drove by a recycling center this week. It was cold and rainy.
Have you noticed your brain is habitually asking questions? It happens automatically and goes on constantly throughout the day. For many, the questions generated during smooth times are torturous enough to cause stress, anxiety, anger, and even depression. But look
We Are Making It Harder Because… It seems that every day, we find ourselves lamenting these tough times. And yes, no doubt, it has been and will continue to be challenging times. Given that fact, what is the best approach
With all the challenges of the last couple of months unfolding in many ways for all of us, most families are experiencing this in ways that challenge their coping abilities. The pressure from society, schools, work, finances, children are accumulating
Many parents are discovering, with months of quarantine, that their influence as a parent is eroding rather than improving. This is due to a failing strategy. The more challenging the child, the earlier the weaknesses in parenting begin to unfold.
As we discussed last week, the number of demands on parents has increased exponentially with the challenges of educating children during tough times. Children and parents are feeling the stress, and many report daily, increasing anxiety and struggle. However, while
The challenges of successfully schooling your child have increased considerably in the last six months. That goes without saying. But now, as schools struggle to find a safe, balanced, and effective manner to educate children, many of you are faced
As the old saying goes, ‘The road to misery is paved with good intentions.’ It seems that many families are talking the good talk but failing to back this up with sound action. In today’s article, I will cover five