As you take one last look over your shoulder to make sure that your little one is safely tucked into her classroom, and you wipe away the tears as you climb back into your (suddenly very quiet) car, remember this.
To My Fellow Moms, On The First Day Of Kindergarten
If a child can't learn the way we teach, maybe we should teach the way they learn! BULLSEYE!
The NARC will, instead of validating their child's feelings & trying to understand their child's perspective or problem, I.e how can I support you?, try and make themselves the child and their child the parent. The NARC can only think of and prioritize their own needs. 'How do u think that makes (parent) feel when you cry to go home?'. They have just made their small child responsible for the parents feelings. parents, inspir quot, famili, for the future, children, homes, feelings, parenting, kid
7 Ways to Improve Your Child's Self-Esteem - I have found this one in particular has been very helpful for me lately: Focus for fifteen minutes a day per child of interrupted one-on-one time. Great results may be seen with only fifteen minutes of uninterrupted concentration on a child. Then they may have the desire and confidence to play/work/learn on their own giving you some down time. improv selfesteem, building confidence in kids, self esteem for kids, building kids' self-esteem, self confidence for kids, improving self esteem, confidence building for kids, building kids self esteem, boost selfesteem
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Love this one...it's all correct. Motherhood Found on Facebook