If you're a parent, chances are you've used some or all of these phrases at some point or another.
At no point in my 34 years of life had I ever been so...I want to say humbled, but the more accurate word here is humiliated.
I thought maybe we if we all contacted Spirit Halloween, they’d take this costume off their shelves next year:
Lessons about crossing dark streets, waiting for others to catch up, and sharing goodies emerge from this strange and spooky holiday.
What am I really sorry for? I’m sorry for the times I have apologized for things they cannot help. Like being an energetic, wiggly kid.
We may assume that curing boredom is a good thing for all of us. But researchers fear that not being bored is the problem.
Rather than teach them to overvalue the approval of others, we ought to teach them to follow their own quiet voice of guidance.
What if you erased everything you’ve taught your kids about sharing and started fresh? What rules or guidelines would you put in place?
Looking for some G-rated exclamations to replace the R-rated ones you’re used to? Here are some fresh ideas you can use in your daily life.