Tag Archives: resiliency

The realities of “bad moms”

I was ready for some much needed routine as this school year starts, but then the reality hit me! The relaxed mode I was in is over and I’m left with an enormous amount of stress. Yes, stress with the … Continue reading

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Are parents helping or hindering resiliency in their kids?

What is it that we really want for our kids? Do we want them to be… • Happy? • Successful? • Well liked? • Smart? All of the above? “Well, yes of course “ Right…?? I don’t often hear parents … Continue reading

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How do teens feel about starting high school? Hear their voice…

A wise person recently told me that “our very own high school experiences will affect how our kids are feeling about starting high school… and that we should try and allow them to have their own experiences”. These words really … Continue reading

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