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6 Secrets for staying calm when your children are misbehaving

  |   Character Development, Christian Parenting, Encouragement, Parenting/Homeschooling in General, Personal Growth, Uncategorized   |   No comment

There is nothing more irritating than listening to one of your kids taunting, or teasing, or picking on a sibling. Or doing something that you expressly told him not to do….  Or when you give an instruction that is totally ignored as soon as your ‘rebellious one’ is out of earshot.

Or maybe it’s the rolled eyes, whiny voice, or messy room that puts you over the edge.

Whatever your situation, if you find your blood pressure rising, your lips getting tight and you’re mentally winding up to let him/her/them have it … then you are going to want to read 6 secrets for staying calm when your children are misbehaving.


6 secrets for staying calm when your children are misbehaving

To keep from losing it, I’m going to let you in on the 6 secrets for staying calm that have served me well over the homeschooling and mothering years.  I hope they’ll help you, too….


Read the rest of my post (along with a nice give-away) at the Character Corner blog right here!

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