Tag Archives: positive relationships

Are you tired of nagging? This simple strategy can help!

No parent wants to nag their children.  As a Type A personality mom running a busy household, I must confess to sometimes wearing the Queen of Nagging crown.  It was really no surprise that I frequently got sighs and eye … Continue reading

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Would you really know if your child is bullying others?

When I hear the word bully, I think of “Biff “from Back to the Future. Biff Tannen was a big, selfish bully who got what he wanted by intimidating others. Biff had an overbearing personality and was just plain mean. He had poor … Continue reading

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Girl friendships: Is there a secret language?

Girls, girls, girls! When your daughter was first born, you may have pictured her growing up with good friends, always having fun while playing endlessly for hours. Fast forward a few years and you get hit with a reality check … Continue reading

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