Welcome to the Season of Mixed Blessings! A time when the relief of not having a full house for the holidays is mixed with missing the love and energy family […]
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Happy Holidays!!! Be of Good Cheer! In this year of drastic changes, here’s how to pivot your holiday for the better. Be proactive, and your family will follow. Start by […]
“A lot of TV shows and films shut down production in light of the coronavirus. Now that they’re following protocols and back on set, some narrative storylines in series like […]
Our daughter’s tantrums push our buttons, no doubt about it. However, if you reframe your perspective on what’s actually happening, you can keep your own emotions from joining the door-slamming […]
A while back I wrote an article about navigating tantrums, which generated quite a few questions. Question #1: Why would a meltdown by an 18-year-old be a tantrum? Does that […]
But, at that point I had 15+ years of parent-teen relationships under my belt from my career. Plus, I had discovered my superpower- helping parents bridge the growing gap with their kids.
To this day we don’t know where her little self picked it up. Not that it matters. As parents we do the best we can with the time allotted, filling those moments with love and learning.
3 Tips to Honor National Child Health Day Hmmm… a day set aside to observe child health? If the Powers That Be were serious about child health, they’d ban the […]
Do you feel intimidated by the idea of teaching science to your student? Is your student turned off by science? If so, a little re-framing is in order. Science is […]