While we teach our kids what anger is, how to identify it and that anger is ok, we also need to teach them how to express it appropriately
Author Dana Baker-Williams
Today, I am exploring new ways to think about resolutions. Maybe it will be how I approach each day. I’d like to come from a place of grace or curiosity, of joy or focus, of compassion or love.
There are obviously critically important lies, but kids also lie about what they spend their allowance on, whether or not they are dating, even what they had for lunch. I mean hello? Why would they lie about that?
It’s exciting and scary and a bit overwhelming. You’re armed with your college acceptance letters but now how do you choose which one is for you? How do you find that elusive “fit?”
I didn’t anticipate the shift this year. I didn’t expect to feel the heart tugging now, when my son is at college as a sophomore.
Parenting a child with attention deficit disorder (ADHD or ADD) can feel like you’re walking in the dark: You tiptoe around, unsure of what you will come up against.
She panics, you panic; welcome to the world of anxiety attacks. They can come on suddenly and without warning to people who suffer from anxiety.
The whirring of your brain, the endless berating thoughts, the scanning of all I did or said that day.
Regular exercise can increase self-confidence, relax the mind and body, and lower symptoms of mild depression and anxiety.