Entries with the category “Parenting Support”
- Looking Past the Behaviour During Sibling Conflict
It’s a scene almost any parent of more than one child knows well: you’ve just broken up yet another sibling conflict.
What do you do?
- Keeping Your Cool When Things Are Overheating With Your Child
Do you tend to “lose it” more often than you’d like? Are you trying to stop getting swept up in the heat of the moment when your child’s behaviour is frustrating you? Try these ideas next time!
- Surviving the Last Month of School (Without Losing Your Mind!)
For “differently-wired” kids and their families, the end of a school year is often a frantic and stressful time. What's a parent to do?
- Getting Your Child's Teacher on Board
When you’re blessed with a child who is a little bit (or a lot) outside of the norm – a child with unique needs and talents and challenges – sending your child off to school can be a nerve-wracking experience.
- If I hear one more person tell me to do self-care….
As a newly single mother, I resented people for continually pointing out self-care. Ironically, now, 8 years later, I find myself talking about self-care a lot to others who are struggling...
Guest blogger Penny Mayo shares how changing her understanding of self-care helped to make her a calmer and happier parent.
- I found my tribe in the most unlikely place
When life is hard, we need a tribe. When life is good, we need a tribe. Basically we always need a tribe!
Guest blogger Penny Mayo shares her experience of building connection with like-minded parents.
- Before I Found my Tribe
Before I found my parenting "Tribe", it seemed like no one could understand the struggles we were going through.