Episode 5, Finding the Right Parenting Style with Paolo Punzalan
Finding a unique parenting style is key in bringing up your children! In a hyper-connected world, there are many resources for lessons on how to raise one’s child. With so many options, you might find yourself being pulled in different directions - bringing forth confusion. According to Pastor Paolo Punzalan, sticking to timeless parenting principles such as love and patience are at par with being flexible to the needs and dreams of your child. No resource in the world could perfectly dictate the way and means to successful parenting. The best we can do is adapt as ‘students’ of our own children and learn from them. In this podcast, Pastor Paolo details the building blocks to deciding your own parenting style, such as the art of storytelling, listening, and constantly looking out for opportunities to become a better parent. But that’s just the tip of the iceberg! Hit play to learn more!
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When a Child Refuses to Brush their Teeth: Ways to get them brushing
Do you ever feel like your nightly routine is a struggle, defined by begging, pleading, and bribing your little ones to brush their teeth? For most parents, getting kids to brush their teeth can be like pulling teeth. Or, in other words, near-impossible. But luckily, parents whose kiddos have gone on strike from this healthy habit can rejoice: the experts say there are real reasons that kids hate brushing their teeth. We’ve also rounded up some tips on how to get your kids excited about the task.
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Parenthood hastens marital decline - years of studies suggest this phenomenon. Even relatively happy and satisfied couples who consciously bring themselves into this transition experience a period of stressful and sometimes maladaptive change. Thus, it is crucial that you plan for this possibility and build resilience in your marriage before you start fantasizing being called “mommy” or “daddy.
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