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It’s so easy to blame ourselves for our children’s meltdowns.
Especially if they are of the “hangry” variety.
After all, isn’t it our responsibility to make sure that they get fed when they are hungry?
… And, doesn’t being hungry lead to temper tantrums?
… And, who is supposed to be feeding these kids anyway?
We can be so judgmental of ourselves, and that is way worse than when others are judgmental of us.
I’m starting a newsletter series today on how, in practical terms, we can handle the basics of “kids gone sideways”…
When they are in a big meltdown.
When they have potty accidents.
When they’re disrespectful.
And step one is to know that it’s absolutely not our fault when hangry meltdowns occur!
(Or any kind of meltdown, for that matter.) Continue reading “Hangry meltdowns and self-worth”