Although discipline is important, this alternative way to calm your child’s anger could help calm the chaos in your home.
There are two different levels of communication going on in this story. The first level is state and defend or the news weather and sports level. It is the facts or information. It is the [...]
Demonstrating assertiveness means there’s no question where you stand, no matter the topic. Cognitively, to be assertive implies a lack of anxious thoughts in light of stress. Behaviorally, [...]
The word passive is derived from a Latin word meaning “to suffer.” My experience with passivity resonates with that meaning.
So often I hear parents affirm their children by saying, “good boy” or “you are so smart” after they perform a praise-worthy task. I cringe whenever I hear it. The parent has good intentions [...]
We are our own worst critic. We pick apart every mistake and struggle to forgive ourselves. Discover tips to help overcome negative self-talk.