Parenting is mostly a journey - one through which we become more than we realized we could be. My daughter recently celebrated her 25th birthday. Not surprisingly, I was moved to stop and reflect on the journey. CLICK HERE to read more.
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Another post on Medium.com - CLICK HERE to see if a little 3-step process might help you through some of the bumps on the road during 2020.
Who doesn't want that, right? And yet, how many of us begin by trying to convince our children to do as we ask? What if there's an easier (though less direct) path to this end result? If you're interested in learning more, CLICK HERE!
Uncomfortable feelings are...well...uncomfortable. It's not unlike wading through a mud puddle - squelchy and squishy. Who would choose to do it on purpose? I'm hoping you might if you were doing it to help your child. CLICK HERE to read this article and decide for yourself!
There are so many books, programs and resources out there for parents to learn about parenting. How do you know what's right for you and your child? How do you choose? And what is "good enough" parenting, anyway? CLICK HERE to read some of my thoughts on parenting well.
We all think we know empathy well enough. CLICK THIS LINK to read some of my recent thoughts on this most necessary gift to our children.
In this newly published article on Medium.com, I've outlined two important tools to consider adding to your anxiety management toolkit - relaxation and mindfulness. Both are forms of meditation. Both have their place in your life. See what you think!
I'm Judith Pinto, a child development specialist, mental health clinician and parent educator. I am also the child of an anxious parent...and a parent of an anxious child. Heck! I'm probably a little anxious too!