The more positive adult relationships your kids have, the better. Encourage adults you like to get to know your kids.
Give each of your kids a hug today, even if they’re really big kids.
Raising strong children requires boundaries. Learn to say no to your kids when their actions are unsafe, disrespectful, or otherwise out-of-bounds.
Call your kids on their sassiness; let them know they need to show respect in order to get respect.
The old quote “This too shall pass” is a handy parenting tool! Kids grow in stages.
The next time you feel out of control with your kids, stop, breathe, and be silenct for a moment. See how long it takes for them to notice and help fix the situation.
Draw a simple time line of the significant events in your children’s lives. Admire for a moment how much has happened and all that you’ve done for them.
Whenever you discipline your children, also remind them that you love them.
Practice asking for help, advice, and kindness when you need it from others. Your kids will benefit from your well-balanced life.
Tell your children how much you appreciate them and how grateful you are to have them in your life.
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