Posts Tagged 'being comfortable'

Dec
28
Parenting Paragraph – Raising kids gender neutral

Q:  I am a new parent and want to raise my children without gender specific roles — how do I do that in a world of Barbies and Legos?

A. Great question!  Remember nothing has any meaning until you give it meaning.  If you give a boy Barbies and a …

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Oct
19
Parenting Corner – I Have an Artistic Child

Q. Our son is very sensitive and artistic, and my husband think he needs sports to “toughen him up” and insists he participate in two sports a year.  My son wants to please his Dad, so he does it, but he’s not happy.  I feel torn in the middle, what

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Oct
17
Why Most Training Isn’t Long Lasting

We go to training sessions expecting to get results. But frequently the motivation we left with doesn’t last. When we learn a system of “how” to do something based on someone else’s behavioral style, it doesn’t feel natural to use, and we don’t get the results we wanted.…

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Aug
31
Parenting Corner – Teaching Your Child Resourcefulness

 

Q.  My wife and I both work forcing us to use early care for my 7-year daughter but she doesn’t like it so she clings on to me when I leave her. What can I do to make drop-off easier on both of us?

A.  Great Question! This is

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Jun
1
High Cost of Staying Comfortable

From a young age, you were taught it’s important to be comfortable. Someone was always there to make you comfortable by providing the necessities of food, shelter and warmth when you were a baby. It makes sense as you grew up that you associated comfort with these necessities. But now …

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