Parents – Stop Comparing Yourself to Others

Parents - stop comparing yourself to others

“Comparison is the thief of joy.” – Theodore Roosevelt As true as that statement is, avoiding comparison is a challenge for most of us. Me, included. We’re constantly bombarded with images and information of people who seemingly have it all. It’s Read More …

How To Help Your Child To Be More Cooperative

how to help your child to be more cooperative

Do you want to help your child be more cooperative? Have them listen more? Reduce clinginess? Sometimes special time can feel like the magic balm in parenting. It can: Boost your child’s confidence. It can build their resilience. It can ease Read More …

How to Deal With Your Child’s Negative Words

how to deal with your child's negative words

In this week’s podcast, we’re talking those times that kids’ words get negative.  You probably never imagined words like these erupting from your child’s mouth.  Dark. Venomous.  Hurtful words.  But here they are.  “I hate you!” Or worse. “I hate Read More …

How to Implement a Healthy After School Routine

how to implement a healthy afterschool routine

After-school time can feel just as chaotic as school mornings! But a healthy after school routine makes this time feel less stressful and help your kids build good time management habits for life. Follow the six steps outlined below to Read More …

How to Introduce Your Dog and Baby

Bringing your baby home to meet your dog can be a confusing and stressful experience, especially for your dog. They’ll likely not have been around many babies before and their world is going to be filled with new sights, smells Read More …

Parenting Isn’t A Full Time Job, It’s More Like An Internship

FOLKS, MY NEXT GUEST IS A STAND-UP COMEDIAN YOU’VE SEEN ON “LAST COMIC STANDING.” PLEASE WELCOME, MICHAEL PALASCAK! HI. HI. I HAVE A GIRLFRIEND. THANKS. I REMEMBER WHEN WE FIRST STARTED DATING, SHE DIDN’T HAVE A JOB FOR A LITTLE Read More …

8 Japanese Parenting Rules All Kids Should Follow

Eight Japanese parenting rules all kids need.   All kids are a joy to be around, but Japanese children are some of the most polite, friendly, and well behaved you ever meet. Be sure to watch the video to see if Read More …