Don’t instinctively chastise a child without the facts. A new book says your first thought should consider the child’s best intentions
Kids give us a grace that we parents don’t often deserve in our weakest moments, yet they do. Be grateful for that love.
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.
When the grades came in, I realized my kid’s failing school and started into the classic Five Stages of Parental Freaking Out.
I need to atone for some things. So sorry, Mom: I hope that by apologizing for my crazy kid mistakes will buy me some good parenting karma.
Common among parenting mistakes is giving too many choices. When I was growing up, my parents gave me one choice: sit down and shut up.