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Letting Go of “Should”

Letting Go of “Should”

“Our anger and frustration comes from the discrepancy between what our children SHOULD be doing and what they ARE doing. Letting go of “should” helps us find our compassion.”  – Sarah Rosensweet “They should listen to me when I tell them it’s time to...
Our Children NEED to Feel Seen

Our Children NEED to Feel Seen

“”Our Children NEED to feel that we see them, that we understand them, and that they matter. –  Sarah Rosensweet When children don’t feel seen, heard and that they matter, there can be short-term effects (behaviour) and long-term effects...
12 Hugs a Day

12 Hugs a Day

“We need four hugs a day for survival. We need eight hugs a day for maintenance. We need twelve hugs a day for growth.” – Virginia Satir Get and give 12 hugs a day! Hugs are good for us physiologically. They raise our oxytocin and serotonin levels. ...
Don’t Forget We’re In A Pandemic

Don’t Forget We’re In A Pandemic

“Even when hard becomes ‘normal,’ it’s still hard! Don’t forget we’re in a pandemic.” – Sarah Rosensweet Talking to parents lately, I’ve noticed we’re not talking about the C-word (COVID!) and the challenges it has...
The Best They Can

The Best They Can

“Remember that even when your child is being difficult, they are doing the best they can.  – Sarah Rosensweet We almost always assume that a child’s natural state is to be uncooperative and difficult and to get away with as much mischief and trouble as...
Always Kindness

Always Kindness

  “No matter the problem, kindness is always the right response.” – L.R. Knost Stop and think for a minute about how hard this is. Really! Let’s be honest!  Problem: Your child hits their sister (or does something else they KNOW is wrong.) What do...

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Stop yelling at your kids