If you nag to your kids you’re not alone. We want our children to be honest, motivated, and confident. Because they’re not there yet, you naturally annoy them to change their behavior and character. But at the equal time, you realize that all this nagging isn’t accomplishing anything. Here are the positive things to say to your kids all the time.
Being a parent is an extremely difficult job that can accelerate even the most patient amongst all of us right to the end. Before you know it, you’re yelling something your conscious mind knows is one of those pieces you should never tell your child.
The obstacle is that these cynical messages we blurt out in times of disappointment or violence can leave some severe psychological scars on our children down the road. We can’t educate kids to act more valid by making them feel poorer.
Mothers know that a family doesn't have to spend a lot of money to live well. With ballet rehearsals to settle, new outfits to purchase, and broadly birthday parties to throw, mothers can keep finances in order with good skills in being resourceful and a great strategy. We have assembled tips from moms on saving money without sacrificing the elements that are important.
Get over the usual "Kid, how was your day?" and look at this list of 50 entertaining and playful questions. This will start up a chat with your kids, allowing them to use their imagination and maximize their desire to know more.