Parenting Styles: Mom Minute With Mindy From CuteGirlsHairstyles

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  1. Hi mindy! I’m having trouble finding my talents-what I’m good at doing. I am fairly quiet and not very athletic. I’m having trouble with occupying myself. HEEELP!

  2. I’m a single mother of a four year old. I just recently started working again, and I’m having a hard time trying to balance spending time with my daughter, keeping up with my household chores, and finding time for myself. Do you have any suggestions?

  3. Hi mindy- my mom and I constantly are fighting, often over serious. Things. My parents are divorced and my mom remarried, my mom talks bad about my dad a lot and I don’t know what to do. My mom is stressing me out bit I have no other outlet. Please help!

  4. My mom is miserable and can not stop crying. She said that my dad is mad at her. I don’t know why he is mad at her and I don’t want them to fight this long. This is very unusual because they have never fought and ignored each other for so long. What do I do?

  5. Hi I’m 13 and  have got one older brother who is 16 so he’s taking his exams but I’m about to choose what subjects I want to do for my exams and I feel like I’m being shut out because I feel like my parents are giving him more support and not helping me to choose the right path, it feels like I’m not as important at the moment. Got any advice? – Laura

  6. I’m the youngest child and I’m going into 10th grade, my dad tells me I have to act like an adult now but I’m not ready to act mature. How do I tell him that I am
    Not gonna act how he wants me to without hurting his feelings. I am still young and still need time to have fun and not act mature and go to parties.

  7. Your advise about backing each other up is spot on. You see someone close to my family did exactly that. The father was trying to raise as he thpught was right but every time the girl thought it was unfair his wife would diagree and let the girl do what she wanted because it made her “happy”. Now that the girl is older she just lost any kind of respect for both her parents (her father because he is too “strict” and her mother because she is too easy to manipulate) and now the parents realtionship is breaking. So I think the most important thing is to back each other and when the other has already given his consent to something, even if you don’t agree, back up you partner and then when the kids aren’t around talk about it and say how you feel. 

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