A spirited, strong-willed, intense, or angry child... these are all terms that we often use, or hear to describe kids with strong emotions. What we don’t always know is how to help them calm down, or how to teach them to achieve calm themselves. It is especially difficult when you don't know what has triggered your child or when you're in the midst of something important. … [Read more...] about Calm an Angry Child: Positive Parenting Strategies That Work!
Parenting a strong-willed child is full of ups and downs. These children are outspoken, prone to power struggles and even more likely to have meltdowns. At the same time, they're born leaders, dynamic, and a tremendous source of pride for their parents. Here you will find the key to raising strong-willed children successfully without breaking their spirit.She screams, … [Read more...] about Parenting a Strong-Willed Child: This is How to do it Right
Parenting a strong-willed or spirited child is prone to power struggles. Sometimes reading and humour are the best ways to reset. Find get resources here.Parenting a strong-willed child is the most humbling and rewarding endeavour of my life. And it just so happens I'm not parenting one spirited child, but two. What defines a spirited or strong-willed … [Read more...] about 10+ Children’s Books That Will Make Your Strong-Willed Child Laugh
When you're faced with difficult toddler behaviour, it can be painful. You simply want to move forward with your day, yet your child is digging in his heals or throwing a tantrum. Find positive parenting tips that will mitigate meltdowns and willfulness.It is amazing how quickly a toddler meltdown can overtake even the best-laid plans.Case and point, one evening, I … [Read more...] about 10+ Effective Strategies to Mitigate Difficult Toddler Behaviour
When you pick your child up from school, does your child meltdown? Don't worry. This is totally normal. Find out why self-regulation is so hard for children as well as simple, powerful strategies to promote calmness.On my daughter's first day of preschool, I arrived in the school parking lot about 20 minutes before dismissal.Three hours seemed like a minor eternity … [Read more...] about After School Meltdowns: Why They Happen and What You Can Do