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I don't know

Three Steps to Take When Your Kid Says, “I Don’t Know”

By Diane Dempster

Blank Stares As parents, it can be difficult to effectively engage our kids in the process making decisions for themselves.…

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Emotions Get Intense

What to Do When Emotions Get Intense

By Diane Dempster

A Plan Of Calm Emotional intensity can be a huge issue in families of complex kids. Sometimes it’s the kids…

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Mother-Daughter Battles

How to Stop the Cycle of Mother-Daughter Battles

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus

Stop The Cycle Many mothers and daughters clash. Moms often start private coaching with me specifically because they see old…

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How to Get Your Family to Clean Your House

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus

 A Client Success Story My clients are brilliant at solving their problems!! And let me be honest…since getting my kids…

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Take a Fresh Air Break

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus

You’re distracted, fatigued, and crabby. Frankly, you need a break from parenting. It could be that this pandemic seems to…

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When You Worry About Everything

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus

Do you have a tendency to “bleed before you’re cut”? I mean … Do you worry about everything? Do you…

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child ignoring parent

How to Handle Disrespect and Disobedience from Kids

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus

Obedience vs. Respect Have you ever noticed that we parents tend to confuse “obedience” with “respect”? News bulletin: they’re not…

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Let Go, Control Freak Parent!

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus

The first step for any control freak parent is to recognize that you need to let go. It’s hard to…

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Kids to Get Things Done in the Summer

How To Get Complex Kids to Get Things Done in the Summer

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus

Take Advantage of Summer Summer is the BEST time of all to help kids with executive function challenges learn how…

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