Nothing says "I like you, but I'm scared to tell you" like pulling a girl's hair or calling a boy names. This is just how they are dealing with those fears.
I'd like to show our problem solving attempts; what has made a difference in our every day interactions, and over the long haul.
There are some things that I list under "That's not my Department". Like trash. Especially this trash.
We all need comfort to fall back on. Us adults also need to rekindle our own sense of adventure. Who is better equipped to guide us out of our comfort zone than our children?
I'm trying to convince my daughter to break-up with her boyfriend for the summer. I have good reasons!
Red’s mother warns her not to talk to strangers, but the girl thinks her mom is out of touch/ doesn’t trust her/ doesn’t know what a strong, independent, young woman she is. So when Red meets a “wolf” in the woods, she flirts instead of runs. In her naivety, she is seduced into the man’s
When my husband and I married in our late teens, we had yet to discover how to resolve our differences like adults.
My sisters and I are extremely blessed by my mother's willingness to spend time molding our kids.
When my husband went on a business trip to Florida for a few months, he had to figure out how to help out long-distance.
I believe fostering a team spirit is important for family cohesiveness.