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Smart Tactics To Transforming Into An Alpha Mom

Smart Tactics To Transforming Into An Alpha Mom

‘It is time to go, okay?’  For the umpteenth time, this sentence seems to largely figure on many a mom’s conversations with their kids. In yet another vain attempt for making all kin members totally happy, the term ’okay?’ is stapled to the end of the desperate question. Obviously enough, tiny tots mostly seem to seize the chance to retort like little royals with ‘negation’ implying all is not okay. In such situations, mothers mostly feel outwitted and often let themselves get yanked into conciliations with little tactical connoisseurs who are adept at premeditated whining, lamenting and lying through their teeth to get what they want. Well, the tiny paws do seem to be in commanding position and it often takes mothers enormously long spans of time to eventually figure out that  [...]

Flabbergasting Infant Behaviors – Unfolded – Part II

Flabbergasting Infant Behaviors – Unfolded – Part II

The weariness factor could elicit a major meltdown when a drained out child plainly can’t seem to identify when to renounce activities and unwind. When an attempt is made to put a stop to their activities, such high-propane kids are not likely to take it too well, breaking down, yelling, crying and at times, the nastiest tantrums are bound to ensue that can’t be curtailed for quite some time. A way to neutralize this outburst is to be empathetic and unruffled. One needs to address the child in a firm yet assenting manner that this flare-up has to end and that you would help in stopping it. Mention the emotion the child might be undergoing and address it in your conversation. The child in most situations is bound to pick up some of the Zen-similar quietude that the parent would exhibit during  [...]