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Are you letting that cold coffee go to waste? Who the fuck do we look like? Bill gates?!
It’s time you learned a few recipes, (copycat STARBUCKS & MCDONALDS) that you can simply make with leftover cold coffee, skipping the long lines at the local coffee shop, and the price!
Communication is one of those things that we think we are born with and mastered by now, but the truth is- no one actually teaches us anything about it. Good communication is a skill, meaning that we actually need to learn and practice how to do it well. Here we look at some common challenges and mistakes couples make while arguing.
If you want to be all Martha Stewart and a total brown noser... or you've got a hot cable guy coming in the am to impress.. you know what to do..
Depending what you choose, maybe even all of them! These strategies can be incredibly effective if implemented properly, consistently and if the children are encouraged to try, adapt and experiment
The years from age 3 to 6 are an emotionally turbulent time. Your child may swing between extremes: He wants more independence, but he suffers from separation anxiety. Now more than ever, it's important for you..
To many people “tantrum” and “meltdown” are the same thing. And they can look very similar when you see a child in the middle of having one. A sensory meltdown is not the same thing as a temper tantrum, and it can be hard to differentiate the two. Learning about the causes and symptoms of a tantrum vs. a meltdown, can help you know how to best manage them...
Difficult afternoons turn into tough bed times, sibling squabbles, meltdowns, homework refusal and exhausted parents, can all happen as a result of after school overwhelm. If you too wonder if your child may the real-life version of Dr. Jeckyll and Mr. Hyde, fear not!..
How many of you loose your cool and then immediately after,.. or late once they are in bed, feel like ..”shit, I could have done that better?” In this article we are going to look at the situation and talk about “AFTER” the explosion. These suggestions can even prevent a blow out before it happens. But if it happens again, here's what you need to do...
Two-thirds of Americans say they need help for stress. But stress itself is not the problem. It’s how we relate to stress....
But there’s one thing I know for sure about being a parent and making a mistake, you will have critics, and they are fucking everywhere. Waiting, watching...... You will be- if not already, criticized no matter what it is you are trying to accomplish.How do you respond? To Internet trolls, to self-shame and shame from others?