Frustrated? Overwhelmed? Kids getting on your last nerve? Looks like it's time for some Mommy Me Time.
Did you know your child’s ability to succeed academically (and perhaps in life) isn’t just about what they do when they’re in school, but also what we do as parents when they’re not. Here are six proven ways to boost your child’s learning both in and out of the classroom.
In an ideal world, we all want to be parent that reacts to our children in a calm, cool, collected way even when they stress us out. After all, research has shown that harsh parenting can hurts kids, leading to problems with learning and even increasing the likelihood that they will suffer from depression, anxiety or low self-esteem. That said, reacting to the misdeeds of children in a calm way isn’t always easy. So what do you do in that moment when it feels like you’re about to explode?
When I was 10 years old, I wrote a letter to my father. In it, I told him that I hated him, that he wasn’t much of a dad and that I was done with being his daughter.
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