Why Me?

Does you little child ever look at you with immense frustration and exclaim, “why me, mommy?” What do you say? Did she hear me say that just the other day when I lost the $200 I had saved up to splurge on this useless gadget?I think that a lot of what your child does or says is learned behavior. You pour positive into their cup, they drink positive. It isn’t about protecting them from the real world or teaching them to escape the realities of life ahead but empowering them with the ability to handle situations without feeling victimized. Over the years, I have learned that victims are in a position of weakness and dealing with a situation from a position of weakness is very cumbersome. So how exactly do you empower a child?

I’m still learning but a few nuggets along the way:

  1. You set the ...
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