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MomPrep expert Dr. Kathryn Smerling recently gave us all some fabulous advice on losing the mommy guilt that plagues us all. I got so many positive responses that I asked her for more info. Read below for 5 quick tips to break free from the mommy guilt.
In case you missed it, here is a recent post from “Rosie to the Rescue”, my blog for Parents Magazine. This was a very personal post for me, as it covers so many important parenting points. Don’t miss the rest of the “Rosie to the Rescue” posts, available here.
Every mom (and dad!) that I know suffers from this to some extent: 'Mommy Guilt'. But striving to be a "perfect parent" is certainly not the best use of our time or energy. I asked MomPrep expert Dr. Kathryn Smerling to weigh in with her thoughts on this TERRIBLE affliction.
<p>In case you missed it, here is a recent post from <a href="http://www.parents.com/parenting/celebrity-parents/rosie-pope-advice/">“Rosie to the Rescue”, my blog for Parents Magazine</a>. Here I discuss the need for mindfulness when we are chatting amongst adults around our children. Don’t miss the rest of the “Rosie to the Rescue” posts, available <a href="http://www.parents.com/parenting/celebrity-parents/rosie-pope-advice/">here</a>.</p>
Behavior Problems? Why Time Out Might Not Be the Best Approach
For over 20 years, parents have relied on time out to teach their children right from wrong, but having your child sit in a time out chair isn't the best idea. Here's why.