It seems like more and more frequently, we find ourselves bombarded with media coverage about tragedies that occur randomly and unexpected. School shootings. Bus accidents. Innocent children and youth dying. Acts of violence towards strangers. Sometimes, watching the local news can be more terrifying than the movies and television shows we “responsibly” use our parentalContinue reading “Talking to your Child or Teen about Tragedy”
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My first article for Marriage.com
I have officially been named an “expert” by marriage.com, a leading website providing resources and information about marriage and related topics. Please check out my first article, “Differing communication styles can both fail and strengthen your relationship”, using the link below: http://www.marriage.com/advice/communication/differing-communication-styles-can-both-fail-and-strengthen-your-relationship/
The “tip of the Iceberg”: Looking beneath our child’s behaviours.
You are feeling utterly exhausted as you endure your child’s latest “meltdown”. You watch him (or her) helplessly as he (or she) thrashes about, yelling and screaming, and saying hurtful things to you and others. You desperately want to help your child but don’t know how. For some of you, reading this scenario resonates withContinue reading “The “tip of the Iceberg”: Looking beneath our child’s behaviours.”