As a child, were you hurt by any of these harmful danger phrases? And are you carrying on the grand tradition of hurtful speech–when speaking to your own children? Don’t underestimate your words and actions on your children. Mocking, laughing,
Teachers don’t compete with one another; they learn from one another. Recently, Wayne Dyer passed on, and in his memory, I’d like to share 15 of his lessons–and some day we’ll go over these in depth. This is truly masterful
Most dealing with difficult people training focuses on difficult coworkers, superiors, or clients. One area often overlooked is dealing with the difficult behavior of children, and yet that is probably the biggest challenge working parents face. The article below, taken from healthandgoodness.com addresses
The following is a Communication with Children article about speaking with kindness. The book from which this section is taken was written by Dr. Laura Markham and is entitled Peaceful Parent, Happy Siblings: How to Stop the Fighting and Raise Friends for Life.