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Our best advice when it’s tough with kids:breathe, laugh, dance, sing, hug, call a friend. Be gentle with yourself, you’re not done growing up yet. This won’t last and you are not alone.

Handling aggressive behavior – Tosha Schore

Handling aggressive behavior – Tosha Schore

We’ve all been there. We’ve all been angry, sad, or frustrated with our child’s behavior. Whether it’s younger ones fighting in the backseat of the car, or teens who are starting to make some questionable choices, we have feelings that well up in us, for our kids....

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7 ways to get kids to talk about their feelings

7 ways to get kids to talk about their feelings

In our culture, we so often ask each other, “How are you?” And we so often give surface-level answers like, “I’m good” / “I’m fine” / “I’m busy”. As parents, we want to know how our kids are doing and feeling. Their feelings are a window into their soul, their deepest...

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Solution for Sadness. Look for Moments.

Solution for Sadness. Look for Moments.

A few years ago after a tough day in middle school, our daughter boarded the noisy school bus that would take her home. She flopped down in the seat. I imagine she had the facial expression that she so often wore in those days…  a thin veneer of teenage nonchalance...

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