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Start teaching your children from an early age that friendships should generally, most of the time, feel good. Sure, it’s normal to have some conflicts between friends. When hurt feelings are the exception and not the rule, you can work to make it better, solve the conflict, and make up. A friend, if they realize they’ve hurt you, will try to change or will accept responsibility. As your children grow, you can help them understand that romantic relationships are similar. Parents of young teens may be shocked to discover that these are important conversations to have. Abusive relationships are not reserved for adulthood. “Violence and aggression are never signs of love.” ...
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So maybe less driving kids around and more relaxing? Or cleaning up the garden beds? Or organizing stuff in my house? ...
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Step back and reassess from time to time. ...
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Or anything I was just holding. ...
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It happens. ...
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