A call from a friend alerted me. She informed me that my boyfriend was dancing with another woman at our end of the year high school dance. A fight between my boyfriend and me ensued in the front lawn of the high school. Due to that fight, our relationship ended right then and there. I had my first broken heart. I never felt such pain in my life. At 18 years of age, I was sure that I would never fall in love again. My life was over. I couldn’t sleep and couldn’t eat. What was happening to me?
Yesterday, I went to the rodeo in Prescott AZ. It was my very first rodeo. For the 4th of July weekend, there couldn’t be anything more American than a rodeo. Right? Go Independence Day and Let Freedom Ring!
Does your child get picked on at school? Does your child hurt other children? It breaks a parent’s heart when their child is called names or emotionally hurt by other children. Raising socially and emotionally healthy kids can be a challenge in today’s world. The digital age can make it even more of a challenge.
Are you feeling the devastation of unrequited love? We have all been there; a broken heart and the dreadful pain that ensues. Sometimes, things can go terribly awry after our beloved denies us. Is obsession a biological force within us? In the book, Unrequited Women and Romantic Obsession, Lisa states, “Animals denied an expected pleasure will bite or attack.” Is obsession a normal biological response to unrequited love? If so, what now?
Parenting is rough waters at times. In this podcast episode, we are going to learn that discipline and inflicting pain does not work with your children. Dr. Kenney will help you give your children the vocabulary and tools they need to succeed.
Self Esteem bad for children? Really? Listen up and you can learn more about how researchers caution us on how we promote children’s self-esteem.
Pattie Fitzgerald informs us that it takes less than one minute for a predator to lure a child away. Pattie is a certified prevention educator, speaker, author, and most importantly she is a mom. As a founder of safelyeveryafter.com, Pattie educates families everywhere on her “safe-smarts” strategies to help keep our children safe.”