I went fishing for blog topics on Facebook and as always, my friends were more than generous with their suggestions. Someone asked me two very good and related questions: – How do you respectfully communicate with parents who are sometimes and/or all the times overwhelmed with a single child or two, when you have many […]
In this episode of the Véro Show, I reflect on finding room for our interets and passions in the middle of motherhood and tackle the question of vocation and whether motherhood should be enough to sustain us. Just a regular Wednesday… I mention a few cool things in this podcast. First I quote Phil Collins. […]
(Before we get started, note that I use “yelling” as a catchall for the many ways in which our voice expresses anger, exasperation or plain old done-with-it-ness. I was reminded of that by my 9 year-old daughter this morning who accused me of “yelling at her” during church when I asked her to take her […]
In today’s podcast, I share my New Year resolutions for 2017. Less fear, more joy, more structure, more peace. Shouldn’t be too hard, should it?
there is no amount of stuff, credit, spa treatments and girls nights out that can buy you happiness in your marriage and family.
** This week’s podcast on self-care and was inspired by this blog post, originally published on Vie de Cirque in 2015. ** As a mother of many, I am often asked about self-care and finding time for oneself in the midst of chaos. Where can a mother find peace when the things that bring her […]
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This post was first published on Vie de Cirque in 2014. I am reposting it in light of the recent policy statement by the American Academy of Pediatrics recommending that parents avoid corporal punishment to manage challenging behaviour. Yesterday, I was advised to spank my children for getting out of bed after bedtime. I was […]