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Tag Archives: behaviour


1Feb
Consistency of Action

Consistency of Action

He who eats until he is sick must fast until he is well. Neale Donald Walsch brought this Hebrew proverb to our attention when he wrote, "That proverb has to do with a lot more than food. Look to see...

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23Oct
Are you bitter?

Are you bitter?

You will often hear us say, “What are you doing for your children that they could be doing for themselves?” We ask you, and we ask it of ourselves. This is a Parenting Powerism through and through. Most of the...

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8Sep
Does your child want you to watch?

Does your child want you to watch?

Activities are starting up again this fall. This means lots of car rides, practices, auditions, evaluations, home practice, games and performances in the months and weeks ahead. September is a great time to focus on how you (the parent) will...

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14Apr
Are you taking things personally?

Are you taking things personally?

Sometimes it feels like children are doing things just to get at us. It's as if they are not considering our feelings one bit - or, they are considering our feelings and are misbehaving just to do us in. How...

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1Jul
Which lesson will you teach?

Which lesson will you teach?

Your child is misbehaving and: A. You are too tired to do anything B. You know that you want to yell but you don’t even have the energy for it C. You know you should do something and you don’t...

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