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6 Ways to Help Your Child Overcome the Fear of Failure
As a teacher, I’ve noticed one factor that consistently holds students back in the classroom: fear of failure. When my students are afraid to fail, they typically respond to challenges in one of two ways: They give up before they even begin, preferring to avoid the possibility of failure. They get upset and down on themselves when they don’t get something right the first time, resulting in anxiety and poor performance. I’ve started to notice that my two-year-old daughter, too, gets…
Boy Brain: What Moms Need to Know - The Hmmmschooling Mom
Take heart, mama. Sometimes the issues you have with your son is because he has a boy brain, and you don't. Let me explain how this comes into play...
16 Things Your Teen Son Won't Tell You
My son is 24 and my heart aches sometimes. I don’t get to see him pop his head into the kitchen in the morning. He lives out-of-state and has a girlfriend, a job, and his own apartment. He seems so far removed in some ways from the little boy I could cuddle up with and read stories to and kiss goodnight. He’s even taller than me now. He’s an adult. He’s no longer my baby boy. When my son began to inch towards high school I became increasingly aware that our relationship was changing as he…
Warning: Puberty in Boys, The Things They Don't Tell You
I don’t remember the day when my son hit puberty. It seemed to happen in the blink of an eye or maybe it happened so slowly I didn't see it until it was in my face. So much was changing, not only for him but for me. I was completely caught off guard by all the different emotions I would feel. When did he grow so tall? I no longer was looking at him eye to eye and had to tip my head back to look into his eyes. He talked less to me. My heart started hurting
9 Things a Teen Boy Wants His Mom to Know
Rarely do we talk about how painful it is as a mom when our sons begin to put some necessary distance between us and we realize that we need to begin to let go in order for our sons to become young men. When my son began to inch towards high-school I became increasingly aware that our relationship was changing. Not only did I realize that our relationship was changing, I knew it needed to change and that was the brutal part. When he was young I knew the dance steps. We’d cuddle and read…
God Gave Me Sons - Her View From Home
God gave me sons. Sometimes I wonder what it would be like to shop for pink dresses, and oversized bows. To have tea parties or baby dolls scattered across the house. To feel the responsibility of raising a strong woman, in a world that sometimes feels built for men. But, God gave me sons. So …
My Anxiety Makes Me Feel Like I Fail Over and Over Again - Her View From Home
I’m so tired of trying so hard. “Hey honey, why don’t you come and just sit down and relax a little,” my husband asked as I was rummaging around in the kitchen cabinets. I huffed under my breath at him. “I can’t, I just can’t,” I replied. “There’s just too much to do.” “So much …
10 Wonderful Things That Make Being a Boy Mom So Extraordinary
From the wonderful to the wild to the just plain weird, being a boy mom is full of surprises! Read on for 10 reasons why it's so extraordinary!
11 Conversation Starters to Get Your Teen Talking!
How can I get my teen to talk? In my house sometimes conversations are not really actual conversations. Instead I find myself talking at my kids ("Take the trash out"), or my daughter asking me for a ride, or me lecturing endlessly.
8 Ways to Connect With Your Teen Son When He Won't Talk to You
When my son began to inch towards high school I became increasingly aware that our relationship was changing. He no longer followed me around or shared with me all the details of his day. I was lucky when I’d ask him a question if I got more than a grunt or a shrug. A common response, “I don’t know.” and “It’s fine.” I day dreamed about when he was my little boy and we’d cuddled and read books together. Then I’d feel ashamed by the desperation I felt to get what we once had back. I knew in…
You're My Last Baby So I'll Savor You a Little More - Her View From Home
There won't be any more babies in our house so I'll savor these moments with my last baby a little more and hold on to these memories.
My House is a Mess, But I'm Trying Harder Than You Know - Her View From Home
While it's true my house is a mess I am trying harder than you know to keep it all together. Raising a family and maintaining a house is not easy.