Archive for February, 2011

Being a Strong Parent Means Getting Support

Saturday, February 26th, 2011

Yesterday, I got some news from a doctor that I wasn’t expecting. It’s about my daughter, whom some of you may recall has had surgeries the last couple of years. I was expecting to hear about a more moderate problem, and it turns out the problem is actually at a severe level. We have a solution, but the news was quite disheartening.

How To Make Your Parenting More Effective Right Now #4

Tuesday, February 15th, 2011

Hello, everyone. Hope you enjoyed your Valentine’s Day earlier in the week. But I have a confession to make. This method is not a quick method you can try the next time you are with your kids. But once you a few preparation steps, you WILL have tools to use at a moment’s notice.

Valentine’s Day – Share The Love With Family

Sunday, February 13th, 2011

Hello, everyone. We’ll get back to the Effective Parenting Tips later in the week. Today, I want to comment on the upcoming holiday, Valentine’s Day.

How To Make Your Parenting More Effective Right Now #3

Friday, February 11th, 2011

You’ve seen two helpful ways to make your parenting more effective in a short period of time – knowing that you are in control and knowing how to let go of your kids’ responsibilities. And I’m about to show you yet another quick strategy. This time, it’s about a tool you use and have with you all the time – your voice.

How To Make Your Parenting More Effective Right Now #2

Monday, February 7th, 2011

Are you read for another way to make your parenting more effective right now? Get ready to relax and let go a little.

How To Make Your Parenting More Effective Right Now

Thursday, February 3rd, 2011

Let’s face it – we all like instant gratification. And you can have it with the parenting tips you’ll see on this blog over the next few weeks. These quick fixes can make a big difference.


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