Supporting your child through a difficult experience (like being humiliated, failing an important exam, losing a friend, living through your divorce, etc.) does not mean helping her to see “the silver lining” or to know that things will get better. True support is allowing her to cry on your shoulder until she feels better. Just being there is what she needs most from you. What YOU need most is the courage to refrain from trying to change the way she’s feeling when she’s feeling that bad.
- Keep in mind that your child is always listening, hearing and reacting….
- Nothing hurts more than seeing your child in pain. Here’s how you can help…..
- You tried but you couldn’t do it and now your family feels let down…even though you never promised it would happen…..
- There’s so much to do and so little time. Here’s how to handle it all stress-free….