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Nurturing my kids feelings is part of the gentle parenting techniques I want to practice. Anger is a big emotion. And kids need help navigating this big feeling without being destructive. Give your cooped up kiddos some activities to release their emotions.
Kids are little humans with big emotions, and we need to gently parent them to deal with those feelings in a productive way. Teach them to process feelings and practice self care by encouraging kids to talk about their feelings and release physical tension in a smart way.
My kids still whine just like most kids I imagine, but they are not attached to things. They love people are are grateful and not expectant. Get some tips on being a minimalist family and embracing simple living with your kids.
What can we gain from splitting the domestic to do list? Minimalism and slow living can be tough when you live with a non-minimalist but there's a lot we can learn from taking responsibility for household chores and splitting them equally. I tried Eve Rodsky's Fair Play approach and learned so much | Jessica Rose Williams | Minimalism | Simple Living
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