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What's It Like to Be Married to Me?

Linda Dillow believes your marriage can be revolutionized by squaring off with this scary and powerful question

20 Questions to ask your children when you're putting them to bed to help develop your relationship * Great questions!

20 Pillow Talk Questions for You and Your Child

20 pillow-talk questions to ask your children to help develop your relationship

This is a good one! " I think people forget that the end goal in parenting is not to raise your kids to be great kids, it’s to raise them to be great ADULTS."

More folks should read this! Always keep the end goal in mind when raising a child. Happy parenting :] " I think people forget that the end goal in parenting is not to raise your kids to be great kids, it’s to raise them to be great ADULTS.

10 things NOT to say to your kids (SkinNurse blog). I know this stuff.  I just need to remember to do it! Use positive statements instead of negative (eg say “walk please” rather than “no running”), be specific with encouragement, don’t say can’t (because they may then want to show you that they can), don’t finish statements with the word “okay?”, and several more!

10 Commenly used phrases parents say to their kids and the Play Therapy based alternative with a short explanation of why it is more effective. 10 Things not to say to your kids by Brenna Hicks via The Kid Counselor.

6 Ways to Enjoy Life More this Summer - simple steps to slow down and enjoy your family, your marriage and your life.

6 Ways to Enjoy Life More this Summer - simple steps to slow down and enjoy your family, your marriage and your life.

Whoa, Tip one is a biggie. Great for teachers or anyone who has children in their lives!

The NOOK Book (eBook) of the Ten Powerful Things to Say to Your Kids: Creating the relationship you want with the most important people in your life by

I Thought Age 4 Would Be Better. I Was Wrong.  "We all know “terrible twos” was an invention by some prick who never had a 3-year-old, and found it amusing to make new parents think 2 is bad when actually, Dante’s 10th circle of hell is right around the corner."

"I thought age 4 would be better. I was wrong." from Renegade Mothering. Just, anything she writes is awesome.

Pinner said: "My kids beg me to play this game. Mom and dad always lose; our kids now have better manners than we do."

Pass the Manners, Please

Game for teaching manners. "My kids beg me to play this game. Mom and dad always lose; our kids now have better manners than we do." Designed for table manners but could be adapted for use in other places!

Help your kids feel significant in constructive ways by helping them learn to think their desire for stuff through for themselves.

Help your kids feel significant in constructive ways by helping them learn to think their desire for things

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