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Effective parenting tips

Effective parenting tips

“Parenting is the toughest job.” “No one said it was gonna be easy.” “Parenting doesn’t come with an owner’s manual.” We’ve all heard them before—the quotes that sum up the challenge of parenting. But they really don’t help much, only state the obvious. The responsibility of being a parent is one of the most rewarding, yet, frustrating, humbling, and challenging pursuits we will ever engage. As a father of four, I have had much practical experience. Being a father has helped me learn much about my children, but perhaps more importantly, it has helped me to understand the importance of ...

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Positive Parenting in the teen years & before

Positive Parenting in the teen years & before

The teen years are notoriously challenging for parents, but it is possible to have an adolescent who is responsible, considerate, and shows good judgment. Your teen is guaranteed to make some mistakes– after all, they aren’t a mature adult yet, and we adults make plenty of mistakes. But positive parenting can make the teen years more positive—for everyone! The teen years Teenage years are about making a transition into adulthood, so your child’s job is to find their sea legs as a person, to shape their own identity and to determine what’s important to them. If you have a warm, ...

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Juggling work & family’s competing demands

Juggling work & family’s competing demands

As a mother of two young girls, tackling two different roles in my own start-up, and working in a social media marketing agency, I often wonder whether work-life balance is a real thing.  I do experience times when, despite being in high demand, everything seems to run smoothly and I move in and out of my different responsibilities effortlessly.  Other times it just seems like juggling work and family is a complete joke. Being part of the workforce shapes my identity and allows my family to indulge in a certain lifestyle.  In the digital age, I’m available 24/7, although I’m ...

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