Tag: parenting

THAT Kid… | Reblog

Remembering that all behaviour has a cause will help with the frustration level when it comes to THAT kid.

READ! READ! READ! |Reblog

bazaar Kuwait is out for September, and as usual, I have an article in its pages. I say, “as usual” but in fact, there is a little thrill of excitement to see something I wrote in print – real print – not just online. This… Continue Reading “READ! READ! READ! |Reblog”

Badly Behaved Children and Poor Parenting| Reblog

How I Know That Sensory Processing Disorder Is Real | Stephanie Giese. Please – take the time to read Stephanie’s post. For all the well meaning (and not-so-well-meaning and the downright critical and malicious) peeps out there; just because a child’s behaviour looks like your Internet… Continue Reading “Badly Behaved Children and Poor Parenting| Reblog”

Narcissistic Parenting

Liz Ryan is an outlier in the Human Resources field. On any given day, she’s trumpeting the virtues of putting a human face to the corporate world. Her jargon espouses the concept that “human beings are the workplace” and the environment should reflect. Quite… Continue Reading “Narcissistic Parenting”

We cannot grow …

We cannot grow when we are in shame, and we can’t use shame to change ourselves or others. ~ Brene Brown I’ve written before about the horrible, awful, no good, very bad trend of shaming children publicly (it shouldn’t be done privately, either) and… Continue Reading “We cannot grow …”