Everything Is An Experiment

Do you ever wonder what the “best” parenting strategies are?  Watch my Mad2Glad video to

Watch my Mad2Glad video to discover a question you can ask yourself to gauge how you’re doing as a parent.

We all struggle at times.  The key is knowing what keeps you moving forward on those days where you just want to lie down on the couch and not get up?

As always, thanks for watching and staying connected.


  • Joyce says:

    Parenting a special needs child adds additional components to the puzzle.

    I follow the nurtured heart approach, caring and compassionate kids and The Mighty

    • Samantha says:

      Thanks Joyce. The nurtured heart is great for heartfelt connection but I wasn’t aware of the others so will look into them.

  • Ellie says:

    I love Andrea Nair’s information on her Facebook site and blog! (https://www.facebook.com/andrea.m.nair?fref=ts)

    The YummyMummy Club also has some great articles (http://www.yummymummyclub.ca/), though I’m often finding them through Facebook (either from Andrea Nair or HuffPost Parents).

  • Candy Nordlund says:

    Dear Samantha, I am sorry but my computer skills are not up to par as is the younger generation. What I found most beneficial when I was a young mom to now are parents or teachers when I see them at classes or social activities. I also know as my young man gets older the teachers and parent community or any support staff almost becomes non existent as either the person becomes better at handling their own needs or the person goes into a group home so parents are not as around as they use to be.

    Thanks, Candy

    • Samantha says:

      Thanks for commenting Candy. I agree that young adult transition years are an area where services are sorely lacking. If I come across any new programs I’ll be sure to let you know!

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