We’ve all yelled at our kids. I call your bluff if you say you haven’t.
Their generation handled things very differently from ours.
Let’s change the definition of competition.
When you get married, do you also marry your spouse’s family?
Culturally, it’s just not something we do.
Drawing from how my parents raised me and each of my sisters, I think it’s about tailoring our parenting styles to meet the child’s needs.
Waiting, waiting, waiting for him to pop that question? What can a girl do?
I don’t own their identity.
It helps him anticipate and appreciate my peaks and valleys.
It goes beyond outdated gender expectations.
Ah, toxic friends….do these only appear in the teenage years?
Science says swearing can be a good thing. But what about the children?
Your parents would scold you every time you didn’t?
From anger and blame to embracing the reality.
We all want what’s best for our husbands. But when do we become over-responsible for their well-being?
Knowing ourselves is the key to increasing self-esteem, self-confidence, living our lives with intention and purpose.