My definition of family has changed quite a bit over the course of my life, but never more than it has changed since the last election.Read More
Kids are constantly told to reign it in because duh. Can’t have my toddler smacking everybody she disagrees with. At the same time, the emotion is so real. If our kids are constantly squashing their anger, they aren’t learning how to communicate it to others.Read More
I bicker with my husband because I love him and it’s how we like to communicate, but teasing becomes arguing when we aren’t united as parents of two small children.Read More
We are taught basics in kindergarten, like how to share, and not punch little Sally when she steals your markers. But what about how to truly discuss our feelings with another person without sounding like a complete dodo bird?Read More
When our kids see us behaving in a way that demonstrates the power and value of friendship, they will model that behavior in their own friendships and relationships.Read More
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