Don't ask kids what they want to be when they grow up. Ask them what problems they want to solve. This changes the conversation from who I want to work for to what do I need to learn in order to be able to do that.
By having a calm conversation, parents are teaching their children self-control. Expressing anxiety is contagious—and so is calm. Remaining calm sets an example for your children and this skill will have a positive effect on all of their future relations
Trying to practice this more with the older ones. I’m quick to get upset and yell over a mess. It’s just a mess. It can be cleaned and everything will be ok. I don’t want my kids childhood memories to.
How we treat them, they will treat others. Children deserve our respect. Learn from your mistakes get off your phone pay attention to your kids fuck others your kids are the only people that should matter
"Never do for a child what he can do for himself. A "dependent" child is a demanding child. Children become irresponsible only when we fail to give them opportunities to take on responsibility." Parent tips
"I find the best way to love someone is not to change them, but instead, help them reveal the greatest version of themselves." — Steve Maraboli