Recommended Reads – Pushing through Parenting Problems

I love to read and gain knowledge which means I am especially good at clicking on every link I like online. The aim of course is to read all the articles that sound interesting… but life happens and I don’t, which means I end up with 37 tabs open on my computer for days! Eventually I get around to reading all the very interesting articles and then I can’t help but want to share some of them with you.

Here is a link list of some really helpful articles about parenting problems that we all face at one time or another. I found them all great but if you are pushed for time maybe pick one or two that jump out at you. If anything they will make you feel less alone in your personal parenting problem like the first one helped me. You might just read something that will make your a better parent today! I definitely need to put the three “yelling” articles from AHA Parenting into practice! Eeeeek – now I’ve revealed my shameful parenting secret 😉 Let me know if any of these help you. I would love to know I’m not alone in my struggles…

A “Happy” Moms Confession: I’m not so nice at home – Babble

6 Steps to Stop Yelling – Aha Parenting

10 Ways to Support Yourself to Stop Yelling – Aha Parenting

How to not yell when you are having a bad day – Aha Parenting

Endure it well – Not Just Cute

Parents expect way too much from their kids or Why can’t Johnny jump tall buildings? – Slate

I wiped my kids schedules clean and they’ve never been happier – Mommyish

Survival Tips for Parents of Three Year Olds – Natural Parents Network

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Making Room for Two: Growing pains of the heart – Confessions of a Dr Mom

5 ways to be a happier mom today – Motherhood. Your Way.

Puberty before 10: A new normal? – New York Times

How to be a Good Mom on a Bad Day – Inspired to Action

Modern Day Fathers are not spending enough time bonding with their kids (incl tips on how to change this!) – Femail

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Kathryn is a South African lifestyle blogger and mom of 2 who has been blogging daily for almost 7 years! She writes about travel, health, beauty, fashion, decor and family... but not food (unless it's food she's eaten made by someone else) as she is a hopeless cook. She only wakes up early for 2 things... a red-eye flight to somewhere exotic and early morning game drives. She has just finished an extensive home renovation and would prefer to never see another box again. She's never met a chocolate or glass of bubbles that she didn't like!

2 Comments
  1. One of the benefits that I’ve enjoyed, now that I’ve switched over to the dark side and own a Kindle, is reading long-form non-fiction pieces that until recently had no place in the market. These pieces are too long for any but the most profit averse magazines and too short to be sold on their own. Enter the e-book to save the day. I’ve recently read two such pieces that I highly recommend.

  2. HI there,

    thanks so much for all those reading inspirations. I will be sure to work through them one by one! Keep well! Lotte

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