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Happy Mother’s Day!

Happy Mother’s Day!

Wishing all the mothers, aunts, grandmas, dear friends and all those who help make the job of mothering and nurturing children possible a very Happy Mother’s Day! The above viral video clip made me laugh til’ I cried. While everyone mothers in a different way […]

Pressed Flower Cards for Mother’s Day

Pressed Flower Cards for Mother’s Day

Happy Mother’s Day! While I am away from my own mother and mother-in-law today, I wanted to share with you our attempt to send a bouquet of hugs to them for all the love and support we receive from them on a constant basis. Our […]

The Parenting Fifteen?

The Parenting Fifteen?

Recent research shows that suffering even a minor amount of sleep deprivation (as little as one week) can result in your eating more and particularly eating more carbohydrates. In the study, participants who slept only 5 hours per night ended up gaining about two pounds […]

Ruly Recap and Reader Feedback: Perfectionism and the Parent-Child Relationship

Ruly Recap and Reader Feedback: Perfectionism and the Parent-Child Relationship

Hard to believe but summer is 2/3 over and it is time to recap this month’s discussion of perfectionist parenting! I started the month sharing with you some of the Google search keywords people have been using to query perfectionism and the parent-child relationship and […]

10 Psychological Hang-Ups in Perfectionist Parents

10 Psychological Hang-Ups in Perfectionist Parents

One aspect of perfectionist parenting I wanted to be sure to address this month is how to explain to a child that their perfectionist parent really is not reacting to a deficiency in the child but rather a personal, unresolved psychological issue in the parent. […]