Homeschooling is not for the faint of heart! It’s challenging sometimes, it can just be plain terrible some days, but I find that if we focus on the good that is happening it can really diminish the negatives. It will help you feel more confident as the teacher and your child(ren) will be more appreciative of this time together.
Author: Strong Moms
I had the chance recently to learn from a particularly contentious conversation at home. Interestingly enough, we shared the same opinion. Join me for this episode where we talk about how to shift the energy in a critical conversation and work towards connection instead of contention.
I love how throughout the scriptures we are taught through common everyday things. Things, up until about a hundred years ago, most people could relate daily to…..baking, farming, sowing seeds, fishing. This year, Heavenly Father has taught me through something common….sourdough bread.
Learning to share control within a family is hard. As parents, we have gained so much knowledge and experience that we want to share with our kids. The problem is, they don’t always want to hear it. In this episode, we talk about the importance of offering choices to older kids and teens as a way to share control and build trust.