How to Graciously End Conversations
How to Graciously End Conversations | conversations | conversation etiquette | conversation manners | classy lady | how to be kind || Manners Mentor #conversations #etiquette
Teach Children What to Do
Children under the age of three do not understand "no" in the way most parents think they do. "No" is an abstract concept that is in direct opposition to the developmental need of young children to explore their world and to develop their sense of autonomy.
How to Help Your Child Manage Anger
Does your child struggle to manage anger? Do you want to give them the tools to handle anger and other big emotions? Check out this post to learn how you can help your child stop the tantrums and learn to manage their anger! #manageanger #angrykid #angrychild #childanger #adhd #childhoodanxiety #anxiouschild #tantrums | help child manage anger | tantrums | angry kid | angry child | cope with big emotions | learn self-control |
Why and How to Start a Truth Journal - Arabah
How true is your thinking? And are you sure you can rely on your internal dialogue? Here's an argument for thinking truthfully and how to actually do it!
Go-To Responses and Phrases to Calm Difficult Behaviors - The Worries Workshop
Go-To Responses and Phrases to Calm Difficult Behaviors [social_warfare] Do you stand in confusion, left without words when your child melts down in front of you? Does it feel like you are wading through your child’s difficult behaviors, trying to figure things out on the fly? Are you exhausted trying all the “things” without seeing any …
25 Things I Want My Kids to Know About Choosing Friends
This mom has a great list of things for her kids to remember when they are choosing friends that will make up their inner circle.
The Anger Iceberg
Anger is referred to as a “secondary emotion” because we tend to use anger to cover up other vulnerable feelings. This is such a good reminder for the next time you feel angry as a parent or for when your kid acts angry.
How to Teach Your Children to GIVE During the Holidays
Help your kids avoid the spirit of receiving with a new Advent tradition. Easy to follow steps and suggestions to put the focus on giving this Christmas.
How to Slow Down all the Fussing in Your Home - for the family
It is natural to be selfish, defensive and full of pride. But it is supernatural to be mature, loving, patient and humble. Training, bit by bit, is the key to developing a child with a good attitude. Maturity takes years, but the fruit of your labor will
5 Natural Remedies for Children With ADD/ADHD
5 Natural Remedies for Children with ADD/ADHD It may be easier than you think! Zumba is a structured activity that can help your child! Source: http://www.zumba.com Getting Started? Finding the Right Foods for your Child may be as easy as shopping the perimeter.Click Here to read more about how to save money and make healthy choices by avoiding the inside aisles of the grocery store! Want to get started on eliminating processed foods? Check Out these Recipes! Homemade Pancakes Zucchini Cakes…
Consequences and Privileges - How to Use Them Effectively
Do you have to ask your child numerous times to do something? Learn how to use two powerful parenting tools to help get the outcome you want.
Consequences that Make Sense
Sometimes we get too soft in our parenting. We want the best for our children, and we sometimes don’t realize that the best for our child doesn’t always look very pretty. These are called “consequences.” Today I wanted to talk about consequences that make sense for kids. It’s our struggles and our consequences that make us learn and become stronger and more apt to make right decisions. If we don’t…