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Don’t Beat Yourself Up

When you don’t stay calm when your kiddos start fighting, making messes, or having melt-downs it’s not your fault. ❤️❤️❤️ 👉 You are fighting against

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On Listening

Listening👂 is a parenting superpower. 💥 When our child… >> messes up >> tell us about their hard day >> complains about homework >> is

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Backtalk is Normal

Backtalk is developmentally normal. 🧠 We call it a lot of things…backtalk, pushback, being sassy, etc… It doesn’t feel good in the moment…but it’s part

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Redefine No

What if we could completely change… >> What IT MEANS when our child says “NO” AND >> What WE DO when a child says “NO”?

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Healing my hurts

We’ve all got stories full of 😩 hurts, pain, and heartbreak from our past. It’s part of the human experience. If you don’t heal with

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