One of the most important things I can teach my children is to be kind to others. Kindness above all else is what I believe will make an impact in this world. Wouldn't it be great if the foundation we helped build created caring, empathetic, and kind human beings? Because that's what the world truly needs. How do we help our children grow up to be the kind generation of the future?
Today I'm writing about managing difficult moments and having our children thrive. It's no secret that parenting can be difficult at times. Over the course of this summer I've spent sometime for reading about children's behaviors and how their brains work and develop. One of the books I am finishing up this week is called The Whole-Brain Child. This post isn't a full review of the book because it touches on too many important points for one single blog post, but it did touch on something in particular that I wanted to share.