Every parent loses their temper once and a while—we’re all human after all—but did you know that shouting at your children all of the time
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As a parent, you worry. You didn’t set out to become so anxious. It’s just what we do. We worry from the moment they’re born to
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Having a personal smart phone seems to have become somewhat of a rite of passage for most kids. Cell phones, with all their convenience, burst open the door to a child’s social connections, friendships, and access to all that can be found on the internet.
Have you experienced how people will cheerfully insert their uninvited parenting feedback into a conversation, without a care as to how it might affect you? Whether it’s your parents or your friends, they feel the need to tell you what you should be doing with your little ones, and how you should be doing it.
Let’s be real; kids push us to our breaking point. It happens. It might seem as though the only logical way to solve a situation is to start yelling. Personally, my throat was sore daily from yelling at my kids so often. It took my son’s eyes glazing over for me to notice yelling might not be working for me.