How often do you end your day feeling completely warn out, irritated, depressed … just plain done? Before you know it you can’t even remember the last time you had a little pep in your step or a song in your heart. I’ve been there. And being there is no fun. So I decided to start doing something, anything, every day to make me happy. I began to research blogs, books, websites for inspiration. I’ll admit I found a wealth of great advice but I finally realized, there is no one ... Continue Reading
A variety of ways to make your day a happy one.
Self esteem, responsibility and communication skills can be taught to our children most effectively in a family setting.
Every parent wants their children to grow up into healthy, well adjusted, functioning adults. This is not a result that can be left to chance. There are many ways you can help your children to develop life skills through family interaction that will help them in school and when they leave home. Self esteem, responsibility and communication are three areas that can be fostered in a family setting. Self Esteem Self esteem is essential for a child to reach their full potential. If ... Continue Reading
The second in a series of steps to take to build your child’s self-esteem.
… written by Ava Parnass and Jessica Marr. Self-esteem, as you read in previous post , comes and goes — sometimes all of us feel good about ourselves and sometimes we don’t. Therefore, what we really need to teach our kids is resilience, so that they develop the skills to overcome their “Rabbit Hole” moments and reclaim their self-esteem. Here are the first 3 steps from the previous article to take when your child says the dreaded words, “I’m ugly”: Step 1: ... Continue Reading