I regularly advise parents to have “Heads’ Up” conversations with kids, about matters large and small. It’s an effective and loving way for parents to help kids stay in their highest selves, their most peaceful and cooperative and problem-solving selves.
Are you blind to your child’s size? According to a new study published in Sweden, half of parents whose children are too heavy for their height believe their children’s weight is just fine.
The scene: your 4 year old is upset because you have brought her the pink shoes instead of the purple ones. (How could you?!) She is whining, crying, and maybe both of you are starting to raise your voices. Yes! Experiment with this next time you have a child who is upset over something you […]