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The late poet and mother of 6, Lucille Clifton, writes: We are running running and time is clocking us Oh pray that what we want is worth this running. Pray...

The post 1st Birthdays, Modern Day Mothering, and Life Lessons from a Daughter appeared first on Breon Michel.

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A well-respected mother of 4 grown children said to me last week: “I would not want to raise children in today’s world!” Let’s be real, no parent has ever had it easy. But, her comment points to an...

The post From Me to We: A Paradigm Shift for Parents appeared first on Breon Michel.

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I’ve taken a whole lotta parenting classes in the last few years. I started out excited and fiercely determined to apply everything I was learning. Bring on the tantrums, I...

The post Doing Away with Perfect Parenting (Did I Say that Out Loud?) appeared first on Breon Michel.

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As I listened to Geneen Roth talk about her new book, This Messy Magnificent Life, I was reminded of a simple, but powerful message: It all boils down to self-kindness....

The post Self-Kindness May Not Be Sexy, But It Sure Does Make You Strong appeared first on Breon Michel.

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If you’ve followed my blog for the last few years, you know that mothers are one of the populations I’m most passionate about serving. Motherhood is messy. We go from...

The post Why NOT Mindfulness for Mothers? Anyone, Anyone? appeared first on Breon Michel.

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I haven’t wanted to write lately. Actually, that’s not completely true. The deepest part of me has wanted to write. But I’ve had a lot going on, and I needed to put it...

The post Freedom from My Inner Task Master appeared first on Breon Michel.

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“But mommy, I don’t want to go to school today!” I heard this from our 3-year old son over and over when he started preschool in the fall. (Can you...

The post A Tool for Helping Children Deal with Feelings appeared first on Breon Michel.

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Parenting in the Information Age is both a blessing and a curse. Having quick access to dozens of opinions about what ails our children is unquestionably convenient and, at times,...

The post Parenting in the Information Age: Which Search Engine Do You Rely On? appeared first on Breon Michel.

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Happy New Year! Many people have change on their radar as we turn the page on another year. On the one hand, the freshness of a New Year does give us...

The post 9 Questions that Make Change Less Stressful appeared first on Breon Michel.

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“I love it when you’re happy, mommy.” My friend’s 5-year old boy told her this at the park last week. Isn’t it glorious when our children are sweet? If only...

The post If Mama Ain’t Happy, Ain’t Nobody Happy appeared first on Breon Michel.

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