Teach our children the value of learning.
Who they are are not buried in skills they develop, it is likely in the talents they came home with from the hospital. Practically built in.
Hope for our children! You are not alone, nor are you strong enough on your own. Recognizing this and seeking the answers is the beginning of wisdom.
Love is when you see a need to make our world a better place by doing something about it. Greater than Saving one, it’s more powerful to Save two!
Parents do not allow your kids to hide behind you and avoid social engagements. Teach them how to interact, demonstrate handshakes, celebration limits, rough play and stopping points, turn taking and courage.
Giving everything has little meaning or value if they don’t know who you are, what drives you, what’s your purpose and where you come from. Last but not least, how did you know your gift and your worth? Who is your source?
When all seems lost with no hope for direction, start here. When fear and anger feels like it has won. Start over here!
Sometimes, just like a grown up, children just want to express the sorrow they feel. This can be as natural as breathing for some and difficulty for others. These are only my thought and what has worked for me. In an emergency situation, call 911 or other associated health services. Acknowledge the pain. If the... Continue Reading →