Monthly Archives: July 2011

When Kids Bring Home Problems – Love and Logic Post

The following landed in my email inbox yesterday and I felt compelled to share.  Love and Logic is relatively well aligned with I Love Me Mom philosophy (perhaps I’ll post sometime on our philosophical differences), and this particular strategy feels … Continue reading

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Entitlement 101

In recent years, much has been written and said about the current generation of young adults and your inflated sense of entitlement.  You feel that the world should be handed to you on a silver platter and that your every … Continue reading

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Connection Redirection

Remember Pavlov?  He’s the guy that rang the bell then fed the dog. After a few go-rounds, he could ring the bell and the dog would salivate.  The dog made a connection between the bell and food.  In reality, there is … Continue reading

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I Can Do It!

We had some friends over the other day, and Nathan (age 6) asked about having a snack.  I asked him what kind of snack he was thinking about, and he decided that a peanut butter and jelly would do the … Continue reading

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Learning out Loud – Exerpt from I Love Me Mom (Chapter 4)

Learning Out Loud As you are walking the journey to self-love, I encourage you to make observations about your progress to your kids. Open and honest conversations about what you are learning provide an opportunity for you and your kids … Continue reading

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Unexpected Great Day

I was thinking that yesterday was going to be a great day.  I was planning to take the kids to the beach and had invited several friends to join us for a day of sun, sand and splashing.  Beach day … Continue reading

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