I’d like to think that my husband and I have a fairly good relationship. We laugh together; we spend quality time together and even cook together. But, there is one thing that we simply cannot agree on. And, that’s the way we both discipline
If you ask my kid how I can be a better mom, she’d most probably say that I should stop getting so angry at everything. I would have to agree that I do have a pretty bad temper and nothing boils my blood more
“My child can eat peanut butter sandwiches all day, every day. But, she is reluctant to try anything else I make.” We often hear this complaint from parents that their kids give them a hard time when it comes to eating. Either they refuse
“Telling a white lie here and there never hurts anyone. We all tell little lies sometimes. If a lie doesn’t hurt anyone then it’s okay to lie sometimes.” We have all had these thoughts go through our minds when we aren’t being entirely honest
My kids and I were watching a movie the other night in which one of the characters was in the hospital, after being in a car accident. “What’s going to happen to him?” my son asked me with a sad look on his face.
Most parents would agree that we are living in an incredibly fast-paced world. We are working more, traveling more, spending more, talking more, learning more, in other words over-exerting ourselves now more than ever. Our lives are constantly in motion with very little time