In all honesty, if you want peaceful mornings (on most days), then you have to take responsibility for them. Any good coach will tell you that you can't expect greatness from your players if you don't do tough work yourself. This is what we do to survive mornings...
Tag: personal responsibility
What are you giving up for Lent? This question floats around my family every February as much as "What do you want for Christmas" does in December. Ideally, the small spiritual changes that we get into the habit of doing these 40 days of Lent become lifetime habits.
As a teenager-to-twenty something with familial support, a "nest egg" isn't as important as transportation.
What makes anger management a challenge for you? My trigger is Extra Work. Anything that gives me one more scrap of work to do makes my blood boil.
I realize I’m preaching to the choir, and I want to give you credit for making the effort to grow as a parent. Just the fact that you are open to “better parenting” skills speaks volumes for your commitment to personal growth. I wish all of those who are called to provide for the young felt the
The key to staying in "good shape" is fitting healthy habits into your lifestyle. The trouble is, my "lifestyle" is in the habit of murdering my healthy habits.
The problem came down to a lack of both 'benevolent leadership' and 'internal locus of control'.
When my husband and I married in our late teens, we had yet to discover how to resolve our differences like adults.
When you are a parent out-numbered by your kids, it is necessary to enlist help from the troops, especially where chores are involved.
"Cultivate a sense of compassion and responsibility for others. You have a bigger impact on the lives of those under you than you can imagine."