Feeling Our Way Through Parenting

January 27, 2017

One of the most valuable revelations that I've had as a mom recently relates to my kids' feelings. I hadn't really thought about feelings much until our newest adopted littles began to struggle. It blows my mind, after much prayer, and the answers, I now have a few golden keys to better communication and relationships [...] https://livelikeyoulldietomorrow.files.wordpress.com/2017/01/feeling-blog.jpg?w=556 556w, https://livelikeyoulldietomorrow.files.wordpress.com/2017/01/feeling-blog.jpg?w=150 150w, https://livelikeyoulldietomorrow.files.wordpress.com/2017/01/feeling-blog.jpg?w=300 300w" sizes="(max-width: 278px) 100vw, 278px" /> One of the most valuable revelations that I've had as a mom recently relates to my kids' feelings. I hadn't really thought about feelings much until our newest adopted littles began to struggle. It blows my mind, after much prayer, and the answers, I now have a few golden keys to better communication and relationships with my children. Growing up, maybe like you, I was taught to work through emotions more quickly than I knew how. I was told to go to my room if I was going to cry, get over it, and to stop crying or pouting. Yet, truth be told"I observed and absorbed everything around me and couldn't always process my feelings at a quick rate. I am a thinker, if you haven't figured that out yet, and thinkers take a lot of time to mull over"everything. It didn't matter if I felt...

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