Parental burnout is frequently overlooked, and many of us hesitate to admit our struggles, often burdened by feelings of guilt. The lack of open dialogue about this can lead us to mistakenly believe that other parents aren’t facing similar challenges. We may end up unfairly judging ourselves, thinking that our difficulties make us inadequate or lesser parents. Breaking the silence and acknowledging parental burnout can help dispel these misconceptions, fostering a more supportive and understanding community for parents.
Why do we think our child is misbehaving? & Why do we feel the need to punish them when they misbehave? Asking ourselves these two… Read More »A New Approach to Parenting: Disciplining Without Punishing
The power of intuition in children is a gift that deserves nurturing.
When you feel overwhelmed by the demands of parenthood, remember to take a step back and appreciate those precious, funny moments.
Traditional punishment and reward systems may seem like the easiest way to correct misbehavior in children. But the evidence tells a different story!
Raising a boy can be a rewarding and fulfilling experience, but it’s not without its challenges. From the early years of potty training and tantrums to the teenage years of rebellion and peer pressure, parents of boys face a unique set of obstacles that can leave them feeling overwhelmed and unsure of how to proceed.
By educating our young sons on the essence of a true apology, rather than merely insisting they recite “I’m sorry,” we are instilling in them a solid foundation for building meaningful relationships.
We all want to raise well-behaved, responsible children who will grow up to be successful adults. This goal can be challenging when it comes to discipline.
Guiding your son through the turbulent teen years.