Know what I find most hard about trying to find dairy free recipes? They’re always complicated. Or complex. Or just don’t use ingredients that most already have in their homes. I like to cook when I’m in the mood for it, but I’m still a lazy cooker. I’m not a fan of having to getContinue reading “No Chef-At-Home Here”
Emotions are diverse. Not only can we feel more than one thing at a time, emotions are not black and white. Sometime we struggle naming what we feel, because it’s more than just the primary emotions of “happy”, “sad”, “angry”, “tired”. When trying to identify and name your emotions to help understand and tame them,Continue reading “The Emotional Wheel Chart For Adults And Kids”
Research shows most should remember their childhood from about 4 years and up; unless your memory is suppressing negative events. The area of mental development from birth to age 3 or 4 in which children and adults cannot recall is called Childhood or Infantile Amnesia; caused by the underdevelopement of the cognitive area responsible forContinue reading “How Do You Parent Children If You Do Not Remember Your Own Childhood?”
Amid the coronavirus outbreak, people everywhere need to take precautions not to contact the virus. Although the virus is spreading quite rapidly, unless you live in china or have recently traveled there, precautionary action is quite simple. Wash your hands. Don’t touch your face without first washing your hands.The Covid-19, or coronavirus, spreads like manyContinue reading “DIY Hand Sanitizer”
The picture is one I drew in college.
Parents who exist in a state of conflict between fulfilling themselves as unique individuals on the one hand, and limiting their lives on the other.
12 -18 Month Examples: Put down some old towels and fill one bowl with Rice Crispies – because they’re more likely to try to put things in their mouth at this age – another with some milk, then an additional empty one. Give them some transferring supplies like measuring cups and spoons, and watch themContinue reading “What Your Kids Can Do Instead Of Screen Time”
In my last section on parenting kids, seriously, I explained the left and right brain. Now I will explain the upstairs and downstairs brain. The downstairs brain controls: emotions, bodily sensations and actions i.e., anger, breathing, blinking, fear, fight or flight The upstairs brain controls: thinking, planning, imagining, processing, self understanding, control over your body, morals The brainContinue reading “Understanding Adult And Child Episodes Of Flipping Out”