Relationship cut-offs are painful. They can trigger feelings of hurt, helplessness, hopelessness, and rejection. But here is help to repair a relationship.
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Acting-Up Teenager by Bayard and Bayard has guided parents in dealing with their acting-up teenager or adult child.
This is my mother tribute! When Mary Cook McLaughlin, my mother died, I lost a parent who not only loved me but inspired me with her resilience.
Are you a “committed and open minded” parent or wonder how to improve your capacity to parent a teen? Dr. Reginald Bibby, a sociologist offers some guidance.
At our Canadian Centre for Men and Families (CCMF) coaching sessions and meetings we explore many topics including choosing to respond, not react.
In-law challenges are high on the list of distress to coupleships. It’s hard to have a resilient and intimate partnership if you have to deal with a resentful or interviewing in-law, often the notorious mother-in-law. Regrettably women seem more frequently to have mother-in-laws who are interfering and inordinately critical.
Here we will explore three ways you can effectively strengthen your grandchildren’s resilience. Yes, Grandparent connection makes a positive difference.
Intergenerational resilience is about empowering younger and older. I have experienced four generations from daughter, mother, grandmother, and now great-grandmother.
Resilience protects youth from teenage problems. Help ease growing pains by improving your parental communication and connection. It just make all the difference!
Your biological parents cannot be switched. Your past cannot be changed. However, your perspective can change. Consider how you might forgive your parents.
There are many advantages to volunteering for teens. In Canada Craig and Marc Kielburger provide prime examples of those benefits.
Both parents and adult children can discover how to mend or improve their relationship. Cut-off, conflict, and misunderstandings can be minimized.