We all know that divorce has a huge impact on kids and as parents we want to do our best to help them however we can. But when we are in the middle of all the craziness of separation it can be hard to know how to answer all their questions. Grab this free ebook that covers 15 of the most common questions kids ask and research-based (and experienced based) ways to answer them.
Photo by Gaelle Marcel on Unsplash Tweens are incredibly tuned in to social relationships and as they get closer to the teen years, their peers become increasingly important. Whether they are an extrovert with a large social circle, or an introvert with one close friend, friendships will be a huge part of your child’s world. We may be… Continue reading Helping Tweens Navigate their Social World
Higher levels of humility have been associated with a higher sense of life purpose, feeling healthier, getting along with others better, marriages that last longer, and greater generosity. Read the full article here.
My first baby arrived almost 2 months before her due date. We were expecting a spring bub, instead the snow was falling outside as Lula entered the world. The early arrival of a baby leaves many parents feeling confused, scared, upset or even surprisingly calm (or maybe that's just shock). The experience of a premature… Continue reading Preparing for a Prem: What you can expect if your baby arrives early
What if divorce and/or step parenting/co-parenting is exactly what you need? What if the awful experience you are currently having with your ex, or your ex’s fiance or your fiance’s ex is actually a lesson in disguise? Read the full article here.
It turns out that celebrating is actually far more important for relationships than most of us realise, especially for our closest relationships.