Moving is both exciting and exhausting and will take an emotional toll on the whole family, especially the kids. As a former military mom, I can assure you the struggle is real. This parent’s guide to moving helps!
If you’re a parent who dreams of starting your own business but feel discouraged by time and money, you can relate to mompreneur Tyffany Johnson. Tyffany never found the time or money, so she just did it! With only $100 and a borrowed camera, she started The Paper Hug Factory in 2011. Today, Tyffany shares practical tips and tricks for aspiring parent entrepreneurs.
Life isn’t easy. And parenting is so hard that we laugh, cry, caffeinate, and drink ourselves silly just to make it to snack time. But parenting with cancer? Prepare to be inspired.
As parents, those gripping fears and anxieties from our childhood — fear of the dark, spiders, bullies, dentists — can pop up any time our kids have similar experiences.
Anxiety disorders can be hard to deal with as an adult, but when your child is diagnosed with one, it can be quite scary. Anxiety symptoms are becoming more and more common in school-aged children, recorded in 10-20% of students and 18% of the general population. While it can take some effort on your part, […]
Life can be traumatic, even for an experienced behavioral health life coach like tuned in parent Kelly. Her story inspires others to acknowledge, manage, and triumph over pain. Meet tuned in parent Kelly R. Sedgwick. She is a wife, mother of two, niece of Bishop T. D. Jakes, and founder of Kry Out, Inc., a […]
“I’m never going back to school.” My son said this to me one day as he came home from school. I asked him what happened, but without even looking back, he stomped to his room and slammed the door. He was 14 at the time. All through his life, I’ve worked to help him through […]
Do your children value peace? Or do they eat it for breakfast? Mindfulness, balance, peace are all vital components to children’s, and parents’, emotional well-being. This is a daily challenge for my family, as I would imagine it is for many competing against digital domination, over-scheduling, and the World of StressCraft. That’s why I was […]
As parents, it’s difficult to see our kids struggle, especially with their peers. Here are helpful tips to give our kids the confidence and social skills to make new friends.
For parents, it can seem like time flies by in the blink of an eye. Between the appointments, the school trips, and the electronic distractions, it’s easy to not exactly be “present” as a parent. At times, it can more feel as though you’re juggling constant commitments with your kids, moving from one activity to […]