- Encouraging Children to be Selfish – It’s Not What you Think
Michele WeismanWoke up thinking about all the words we use that have “self” in it – myself – yourself – ourselves – but how we don’t really consider what “self” means. In the worlds of #selfdevelopment, #selfawareness, and #selfdiscovery, etc… yes – “self” is a well-known construct, but for so many of us busy being moms and dads, not ... Read more
- Are you the parent of an HSP?
Michelle ColeDoes your child meet any of these traits? – Startles easily – Learns better from gentle correction (versus harsh punishment) – Uses big words for their age – Has a clever sense of humor – Doesn’t do big changes well – Asks lots of questions – Is a perfectionist – Is quite intuitive, seems to read your mind – Is very sensitive to pain – Is ... Read more
- Self-Confidence Traps and How to Overcome
Michelle ColeMany of us have developed a habit that we are completely unaware of – Conditional Confidence. Because of a lack in self-esteem, we find ourselves only being confident in familiar situations. Instead of learning to develop self-esteem from the inside out, we’ve taught ourselves to gain confidence from sources outside of ourselves. So we then ... Read more
- Quick Little Update on Life Right Now
Jessica TuckerI’m so excited to be here! I have the honour to be part of a collection of women sharing their experiences and inspiring others. What a dream come true! This book came at a time when I was ready and wanting to share my story and I am so very grateful for it. This book ... Read more
- Is It Really Okay When We Say “It’s Okay”?
Eliza ParkerWhen was the last time you told someone–or yourself–“It’s okay”? This post was originally written for new parents; but it applies to all of us grown-ups as we “grow up again”! “It’s okay” and “you’re okay” are common phrases. Most of us have heard and used them all our lives, especially for calming down upset children. But ... Read more