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How To Fix It When You Make A Parenting Mistake

How To Fix It When You Make A Parenting Mistake

Parenting mistakes come in all shapes and sizes. There are the low impact mistakes, like running late to collect your kid and forgetting to buy the paper they need for their project and then there are the other types of stuff up. The time when you can’t stop thinking about your actions, wish you hadn’t said the things you said to your child. The critical mistakes like saying something mean, yelling at your kids or reacting in a way that you wish you hadn’t. Mistakes are either intentional or accidental, and sometimes they even occur and as you are making ...

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Empower kids to listen effectively and really hear what the other person is saying

Empower kids to listen effectively and really hear what the other person is saying

Communication is a vital part of creating and maintaining relationships.  Now that your children are clear on how to achieve what they want with positive effective behaviors and how to express their wishes, they need to be able to really hear and effectively listen to what the other person (sibling or other) is telling them.   Have you ever had the experience of talking to your child and getting no answer?  If you have kids between 4 and 20, I know that has happened to you!  Inevitably, a few minutes later you get a delayed response as though they only ...

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Seven BIG tips for raising great girls

Seven BIG tips for raising great girls

Girls, like boys, benefit enormously from having parents who are attentive to their needs. Here are seven very smart tips for raising girls Girls have a head start on boys in the academic stakes but life these days is not all smooth sailing for girls. They are often harder on themselves than boys, more likely to be perfectionists; and have more fears. Girls, like boys, benefit enormously from having parents who are attentive to their needs. Here are seven BIG tips for raising great girls:   1. Help girls face up to their fears. Research shows that girls have more ...

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