A Guest Post with Kathy Gordon We’ve all had those mornings. The one that begins like nothing will ever be right again: “I do not want to get dressed. I want breakfast.” “I don’t want cereal. I want oatmeal.” “I … Continue reading
A guest post on Setting Limits by Skye Munro of Nurturing Connections Saying no can be hard. Some of us avoid saying it if we feel like we just don’t have the energy for another fight and we skirt around saying … Continue reading
On Setting Limits Juliet looked at her mom, her hands already on the paint pot. “Mama? Can we paint some more. Please?” Her mom, tired and in the middle of signing a school memo, looked at her daughter and sighed. … Continue reading
Staylistening With Chloé Saint Guilhem A friend and I were spending our vacation together. Between us we had five children aged from three to six years old. It was their first time meeting. A few times I had perceived a little upset … Continue reading
When you want to complain to your child about their behavior or nag them about something they’re not doing, think twice. It’s often not that useful to them.