4 Ways to Help Your Teen Deal With Life - yep, they have a life.
Acknowledging what and how your teenager is feeling require you to be in-tuned with your own emotions. Rather than trying to insert your opinion into the conversation when your teenager talk to you, practice listening.Read more
Stop Turning Your BFFs Into Emotional Dumpsters: A Thought-Provoking Perspective.
It is great to have a friend or friends that you can turn to for moral support, but you should not be blowing your friends phone up all the time because you’ve got some problems.Read more
Talking To Men About Parenting Got Me Thinking Like - What??
He topped it all off by saying "I don't like being a dad to anyone. If I can do it over, I will opt for no wife and zero children." As soon as he said that, he caught himself and said, "that makes me sound like a bad person- I am sorry, but some days are rough."Read more
3 Logical Ways to Move Forward After a Failure
Some deal with the past by ruminating endlessly about what they could have done differently while some act as if it never happened. Both of the aforementioned coping strategies are on extreme sides of the pendulum. Success, progress, forgiveness, and acceptance comes from somewhere in-between.Read more
4 Tips to Help You Reflect on Your Life Without Beating Yourself Down Too Much
This time, it is perfectly okay to chastise yourself for all those stupid and misguided decisions that you have made throughout the year....Take credit for the goodness in your life as much as you take credit for the foolery you were involved with.Read more
6 Ways to Protect Your Child From Sexual Abuse During the Holidays
You know uncle Tom is "touchy", but somehow you still feel obligated to invite him for Christmas because "he is family". Well, I call BS. Family or not, if you have presented as a potential pig towards adults or children, you are not invited to my home.Read more