“Have you tried this remarkably simple way of setting limits when you travel with your kids? (Or, any place really!) You literally don’t have to say a word. It’s true…not a word” Travelling with kids, even if they’re older and more independent, is not always easy. Recently, I gave a talk to a few great […]
Many of us read or experience a lot with our younger kids. But there’s just not enough talk about older kids’ emotions going on. Or at least, not that I’m aware of. So, I was very happy when my story with my oldest son, Theodor (soon to turn 9 years old), sparked this article about […]
Your child is off-track and you are out of ideas of how to help him? I propose to you to play a game that takes 1-2 minutes and that in our case has lasting positive effects on his mindset. Here’s how it worked for us once: It was a Sunday morning and my oldest son […]
“Occasionally, since he started kindergarten, my middle son has cried, clung to me and asked me not to leave. His separation anxiety would last for two or three days in a row and I felt quite sad about it and helpless about supporting him. All I could think of to do was to extract myself with […]
Recently, Hand in Hand (Parenting Organization)’s blog, where I’m attending a one-year training to become a certified parenting instructor, published the story of a delicate interaction that I had with my almost 3-year old daughter, Ana. Here goes the article. And here, you’ll find the Romanian translation of the article. What think you?