Month: January 2019

Make your children listen - how to talk title

Make your children listen : a mother’s adventure

Talk so that your children will listen? A dialogue with no emergency exit Jason Rosewell Stressed and worried, I’ve been sleeping poorly lately. I’m struggling to get my energies back, especially at night. I just would like to be left alone. But I have children who are also stressed and preoccupied. Their magic wand? Well.. …

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Strong-willed children: a life-changing journey from a problem you should solve to a gift

Parent of strong-willed children anyone ? Do you know when every silly and simple request during the day transforms into a screaming struggle? That’s how life with strong-willed children can be. I hadn’t even known there was a definition for it. “Parenting the strong-willed child. What do I do now? Is it a condition? Is …

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A speech on the value of discipline. Yes, your child still needs rules !

The value of discipline today Are you kidding me? Are we still talking about rules and the value of discipline?!” If the topic makes you snort and you’re about to click elsewhere, wait a second! Think about the last time someone blocked your car in the parking lot to avoid walking 10 meters more. Or …

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your child's social development 8 things to know

8 truly interesting things you should know about your child’s social development

You hate milk, but your child keeps insisting that you should drink it with her, because she adores it. Until your slight irritation. Then she cries, but she can’t explain why… And you lose your patience. When do children begin to know how to talk about themselves, and understand that others can have different ideas …

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