Category Archives: Discipline

Hello from Seattle

Hello from Seattle

  Good Morning! An update from our incredible journey to Seattle.  We just moved suites in our B & B so I am back trying to figure out where I put everything!  Eventually I hope to find at least some of the basic things that I need. 🙂  Paperwork is slowing moving along on the

ADHD and Patience

ADHD and Patience

  “Having a child with ADHD is the most difficult thing you will ever have to deal with, because it never ends. Every single day is an exercise in patience (or lack thereof) and forgiveness (you trying to forgive yourself for lack of patience!).” – OV (http://www.adhdawarenessmonth.org/survey-quotes/) Good Morning! I don’t know the person who wrote

Respect and Children

Respect and Children

  “A person’s a person no matter how small.” Dr. Seuss Good Morning! I love Dr. Seuss.  I love all his books.  They are imaginative, fun to read, and filled with tiny nuggets of wisdom scattered among the most wonderful nonsense.  Today’s quote is a perfect example. It is so easy to think of our

Does Disciplining Your Child Give You a Headache?

Does Disciplining Your Child Give You a Headache?

  “If we never have headaches through rebuking our children, we shall have plenty of heartaches when they grow up.” ― Charles H. Spurgeon Good morning! Correcting our children when we see them do something wrong is hard. Setting consequences and following through is difficult.  Helping our children stay on the correct path is not easy.

Unconditional Love

Unconditional Love

  “Even though you can’t control outcomes for your child, you can parent unconditionally with all your heart.” ― Lisa Coyne, The Joy of Parenting: An Acceptance and Commitment Therapy Guide to Effective Parenting in the Early Years Good Morning! I am back from my trip to Seattle and although the time just flew by, I had

How To Win An Argument With Your Child…

How To Win An Argument With Your Child…

  “This is not a contest with your child. The winner is not the one with more points. The winner is the one whose child still loves them when they graduate from high school.” ― Martin L. Kutscher, ADHD – Living Without Brakes Good Morning! As I have said many, many times, parenting is hard.  Parenting a

Believe in Yourself

Believe in Yourself

  “A bird sitting on a tree is never afraid of the branch breaking, because her trust is not on the branch but on her own wings. Always believe in yourself.” ~unknown Trust Your Journey –  Trustyourjourney.com Good Morning! Believing in yourself is incredibly hard. Believing in yourself as a parent, I believe, is even harder.

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