30 Questions to Investigate Your Child’s Beliefs

How many times have you looked into your child’s eyes and said “I love you”? How many times have you watched your child disappear behind those big school doors and thought to yourself, ‘I hope they will survive the challenges that life has in store for them.’? How many times have you cuddled your child to sleep, hoping he or she will have a happy and purposeful life lived to their full potential? I am convinced the answer is an infinite amount of times! But, what gives us permission to make those choices that allow us to live life passionately […]

10 Ways to Teach Your Child to Fail Successfully

Let’s be honest. How many of you see the “amazing performance” of your child as a sign of “good parenting”? I suspect most of us do. Unfortunately, that is where the danger lies, because the “F” word is seen as “bad parenting”. F as in FAILURE. When our children go to school without finished homework or they have so many mistakes in their English assignment. When they give in a project which is falling apart, get a D for their spelling test or simply have accidents like falling of their bikes. We are seen as “bad parents”, so we do […]