Archive for October, 2013

Tween Asks for “Mom Time”

Yvette was in 7th grade and an independent 12 year old daughter of a single mom, Marianne, who worked full time. They had been through a lot together over the years and had flourished. Yvette
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A Few Ideas for Parents Who Want to be Less Angry at Their Child

1. (the most difficult but most useful idea) Identify and try to resolve any underlying issues that affect parent and/or child and contribute to frayed nerves. 2. Remember to listen to some favorite piece of
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The value of saying “What do you think?”

Whenever you are explaining something to a child there are times it is useful to ask, “What do you think?” This simple question can help you know if your little one understands, agrees or disagrees
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