Winter break has ended, and it is now the middle of the school year. Report cards are going out to show parents how their children are doing so far. Unfortunately, you may have noticed your child is not doing well in school. This can be a stressful time for you and your child, especially if you are not sure how to help them. . . . Learn More
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Sometimes, people believe that patience means that nothing ever bothers us, but that just isn’t very realistic. As parents, we’ve all been taken to the edge of sanity just trying to get our children ready and out the door on time in the morning. Your 4-year-old is in a bad mood and acting defiant to your every command. Your 12-year-old gets upset with you that her favorite pair of jeans is in the wash and now she “has nothing to wear.” To top it off, you knock over your perfect cup-o-joe while frantically trying to find your car keys.
Is it even possible that you can make it through a morning like that without losing your temper? Here are 3 key things to remember in the moment: . . . Learn More
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