April is the month of changes, new beginning and hope – life starts coming up from the ground and sun shines warmer and the days get longer. Let us use this new beginning to go on a Parenting Detox and spring clean some old dusty habits and become a better, happier parent. Continue reading
I am not a big fan of mother’s day. I find that it is very commercial and I think we, as mums, are important every day, not just the day the flowers and perfume cost the double. So I have always told my kids ‘DO NOT buy me anything on mother’s day, and please take it in your own hands to show that I am loved, important and great mum to them’. Continue reading
A good morning routine starts the night before. If your child has had a calm bedtime routine: went to bed on time and got the sleep he/she needs, together you prepared and planned the morning chores the night before, your child will be happier, calmer and more focused. A good bedtime routine matters a lot for the day ahead! Continue reading
Denmark is quoted as one of the happiest countries in the world, and the Danes are known to raise confident, happy and empathetic kids. So I had a good look at what really happens in Danish homes so I can enlighten you on the subject of “parenting like a Dane” with the following 6 tips! Continue reading
How often do you find yourself saying to your children (or possibly yelling?!) ‘Tidy your room – now!’ or ‘Why is your room always so messy’, ‘I told you to tidy your room’ etc.? Well don’t worry, you are certainly not alone and the good news is that we can help you with some simple and effective tips. Continue reading
Do you feel that you do everything in the house and get little in return when you ask for small jobs to be done? Do you frequently get upset about ‘Why do I have to do everything’? Are you sad, angry, frustrated and feel sorry for yourself that nobody helps and leave it all up to you to do?
Then you are not alone! Continue reading
Often kids don’t know why their parents got divorced since were never told correctly what happened. Talking to your children about your separation and divorce is often the hardest and most emotional thing you need to do, but also the most important thing to do! Continue reading
It can sometimes be hard to like our kids if we feel that it is going terribly wrong in our family life, but we need to remind ourselves, and them, that we will always LOVE them, unconditionally! So let’s make it part of our everyday life to express who we love, what we love and why! Read on to discover some good parenting tips from the team at ParentingSuccess Coaching to overcome some of the challenges we face. Continue reading
What is love? Is it giving our kids what they want, when they want it? Endless hours of screen time? Endless sweets and dessert, hugs, kisses, food, clothes?
Love comes in many shapes and forms and yes love is a hug and a kiss and a ‘love you’, but love is more than that. Continue reading
After a nice and long holiday we often come back relaxed and a better parent because we don’t have to worry about rushing out the door in the morning, getting to appointments or activities and remembering 101 things. But why not make 2017 a special year and start with a Parenting Detox. What do we mean by this? Well, start to do things differently, stop doing things that don’t work and start doing new things that will lead to a positive change! Continue reading