Practical Parenting: The Psychology Perspective Yesterday, I treated myself to a monthly massage. After the therapeutic hour was over, my body felt light, rejuvenated, and my mind was drunk with endorphins spreading the healing effects of relaxation through my bloodstream. I am hooked. Before, I would always compartmentalizations body as being separate from mind or… Continue Reading
Screen Time and Communication Breakdown: exploring the wonderful poem of Richard Thomas
Summer Fun does not need to be expensive. Dr. Tom shows an example of great fun in the backyard that won't break the bank.
Today, I am grateful for the Bountiful Gifts that were Planted, Nurtured, Grew, Harvested, and have Now Found their Way to Our Family Home to Help Us Celebrate this Joyous Day of Thanks-Giving. Thank You all for The Wonderful Year, This, My 100th Article, the Sorrows and Joys that Graced Our Art of Blogging, and… Continue Reading
Ah, Monday! Time to get up and herd the children to get ready for school. Yay, Friday!!! Time to herd the children to school, get to work, and then enjoy the fruits of my labor through the week. No matter what day of the week it is, there always seems to be a battle over… Continue Reading
Then God said: Let us make[a] human beings in our image, after our likeness. Let them have dominion over the fish of the sea, the birds of the air, the tame animals, all the wild animals, and all the creatures that crawl on the earth. (Genesis 1:26) Our family recently bought a new puppy. My… Continue Reading
How are we to stay positive for our children in such of a barrage of negative messages we are subjected to daily? Today I watched my children staring at their personal devices. One was watching Stampy play his some-odd hundredth episode of Let’s Play Minecraft and the other was also watching Stampy play Splatoon Two.… Continue Reading