Saying I’m sorry to my family whenever I screw up is one aspect of my parenting and married life that I feel like I am always getting right.
You know how it goes: Even the smallest disagreements with your teen can turn into yelling, doors slamming, feelings hurt […]
Parenting can trigger anger in a variety of ways. To keep your cool, try using this three-stage parental anger management plan.
But I’ve been wearing an rubber band on my wrist for a while now. It’s not a fashion statement; it’s a reminder that I am too hard on my 7-year-old. That I yell too much. That I say “no” too much. That I lose my patience with him too frequently.
Basketball is a great game, and somewhere between the wins, losses and madness of March, there are lessons to be learned by players, parents and refs alike. Here is Whit Honea learning his.
It really takes a village to raise a child not to be a douche. Unfortunately, sometimes the villagers yell and threaten when they shouldn’t.