Will Time-Outs Change My Child’s Behaviour?

Will Time-Outs Change My Child’s Behaviour?

Should I Use a Time-out To Discipline My Child? As a counsellor, one of the most common questions I get about discipline and toddlers is: “Should I use a time-out to change my toddlers behaviour?” Using time-outs is a strategy that parents have used for years! It is...
How To Raise A Securely Attached Child

How To Raise A Securely Attached Child

I’m not an “attachment parent” but I’m raising my kid to have a secure attachment.When I had to wean my baby on to a bottle, I was told it would impact our attachment. I was told that we wouldn’t bond as easily.When I sleep trained my baby, I was told that my baby...
How To Stop Yelling At Your Kids and Feel More Calm

How To Stop Yelling At Your Kids and Feel More Calm

How To Stop Yelling (And Other Knee-Jerk Reactions) Help me stop yelling at my kids, help me have less knee-jerk reactions, help me stop reacting in the moment. Many people ask me how to stop repeating behaviors that seem to happen automatically. To do this, a level...
Postpartum Struggles – Could It Be My Thyroid?

Postpartum Struggles – Could It Be My Thyroid?

With all of the physical, mental, emotional, and lifestyle changes happening postpartum, it’s no wonder thyroid disease in new moms can go unnoticed. Being a new mom is exhausting. Between sleepless nights, anxieties about raising a baby, and hormonal fluctuations –...
What Every Exhausted Parent Needs To Know

What Every Exhausted Parent Needs To Know

One Tip Every Exhausted Parent Needs To Know It’s often said that you don’t know true exhaustion until you become a parent. For many, they’ve never known sleep deprivation until they have a child. This, together with the mental load of parenting can leave parents,...

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