Some say that it's okay to enjoy downtime with yourself. Mostly, it may be doing nothing but on the phone browsing, playing mobile game, or watching various Netflix TV shows. On that, sometimes ago that I measured how much my downtime in a week, and then a month that I spent more those kind of nothing. Turned out, it was a massive hours of over 20 hours in a week, and over 80 hours a month. With such, I possible could be able to get a master degree in a year or so. Ther
Many times in life, not just parents, we should know how to advance and retreat. In a relationship of parent-child, we should know when and how to let go. Our child is not our lifetime possession. A real story of a retired mom of 57. http://www.cocomy.net/post/359819?r=7454380 If you can't read Chinese, google translate it. It worths your time. #parents #parenting #journey #relationship
If you find tension between you and teenager son or daughter that make it difficult to keep the relationship as in the past, here it is a list of top 10 teenagers choices from a small survey to a group of teenagers and young adults who gave their answers to "what you would like your parents to do for you..." Top 1 - Listening. Pay attention to what the teenager said. No judgement. It's winner of everything. It basically applies to every relationship in adulthood as well.
attitude, chores, education, grit, inspiration, inspiring, inspiring quote, kids, learning, motivation, motivation quotes, parent, parenting, stress, successful, successful kids, working mom, working mother, You don't have to agree with all the research findings. But here it is the commonalities of those parents of successful kids. It's never be too late to learn from others and use your best way to improve parenting skill. 1/ Ask kids to do chores - be responsible and pla