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Turning Trying Times Into Fun Times

Ep. 124

When things start to go south, reverse thinking and make it into a fun adventure. Your kids will love you for it. And you’ll be pretty happy with yourself too!

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    Do you have a voice in your head you’d like to adios? Listen to find a simple way to exorcise it once and for all! It involves a stuffed animal or a coffee mug and some humor.Let me know how it goes for you: Brenda@TheKidCode.caRemember to spread the love. It feels good.  
  • 134. Give What You Want To Receive

    You’ve probably heard about this; have you ever tried it?Would you like to try an experiment with your life? Could you commit to thinking, speaking and acting in a way that you want others to think, speak and act towards you—for one week and see what happens.Let me know how it goes for you: brenda@thekidcode.caRemember to spread the love. It feels good.
  • 133. Changing One Thing

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  • 132. Do You Like Nicknames?

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  • 131. Be A ‘Change’ Champion

    Every morning, at noon and every evening, remind yourself of what you’re going to change and how you’re going to feel when you change. What do you want to change as a parent. How will you feel when you change that? Like a champion!!For me it’s helpful to remind myself that my behaviors and words aren’t serving me when I act out. It motivates me to change.  
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