Monthly Archives: January 2014

Become Aware Of Moments Of Frustration Getting frustrated is a part of being human.  When your child is not being cooperative or your multiples are engaging in sibling rivalry, it is easy to let your frustration flare up and control your next words or actions.  Just once, take notice of a moment of frustration and […]

There is a tried and true psychological principle that says, “Notice something you don’t like about your child, show some emotion, and the problem is guaranteed to get worse.” Childhood swearing is a good example. Nowhere do we see this phenomenon more evident than when parents hear their little cherub utter one of the dreaded […]