Maybe my son’s fist in his bully’s face humbled him? I am not sure. I just know that he no longer bothers my son.
It’s been a dark time for women and girls. So, how we can we dig ourselves out of it? It starts with teaching our girls that we are stronger together.
The tween years are rough. You’re going to need to learn how to cope in this awkward stage of parenting.
If I’m guilty of firing up the old lawn mower, you most likely are too, and we need to knock it the hell off, parents.
Wouldn’t it be nice to make “post-baby” showers a thing to show (and receive) some much-needed support during this weird transition into teendom?
And it may be affecting their behavior.