Parenting

Tips To Deal With Frustration Toward Your Kids

How To Stay Sane When You Want To Pull Your Hair Out And Other Anger Management Tips For Parents
This is for all you Mothers and Fathers who love your kids dearly AND those adorable kids still have the capacity to send you into the “crazies” at times.

I wanted to share with you some excellent […]

By |December 20th, 2017|Kids, Parenting, Teens|0 Comments|

THE SELF ESTEEM TRAP

DOES STRONG SELF ESTEEM = PEAK PERFORMANCES?
Our society encourages us to think in terms of winners and losers, success and failure, champions and underachievers.

Experts tell us to:
“Think like a winner!”
“Winners do this!” 
“Losers do that!”
If you get hooked by the story you’re a winner or a success there are definitely short term benefits. […]

How To Think About Hard Days

So How Do You Want To Think About Your Hard Days?
This is Part II of the “Having A Bad Day?” series.  Click here to read Part I

If you’re one of those people who thinks, “I had a hard day, but I can do hard things.

I’m a rockstar and I rocked it out […]

How Do You Build A Growth Mindset For Kids?

In my last blog post on How To Teach Your Kids A Growth Mindset,  I shared with you some of the messages I got from the book, Mindset by Carol Dwek, where she discusses the importance of a growth mindset for kids.

If your kids have a growth mindset, they are open to not only […]

By |January 26th, 2015|Parenting, Teens|0 Comments|

HOW DO YOU TEACH YOUR KIDS A GROWTH MINDSET

I recently read the book, Mindset, by Stanford University psychologist by Carol Dweck, who has spent decades researching what leads to achievement and success in sports, business, relationships and parenting.

Her premise is that brains and talent don’t necessarily lead to success, which is not a new concept.

What was unique was her theory of how […]

By |January 19th, 2015|Parenting, Teens|2 Comments|