Discipline and Teach Children With Humor

Parents have to wear several “costumes” when training and disciplining their child. You can become a preacher talking about morality, a doctor when dealing with hurts, and a policeman navigating dangerous situations. But when it comes to tough discipline, your ideal costume should be a jester’s.  Psychologists believe that disciplining a child using humor reduces conflict and helps them remain connected to you as they grow. Humor helps to create connection, and building a positive relationship with your child makes […]

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Entitled Teenager Problem? Don’t Be A “Pusi!” | MomCave LIVE

Yeah, leave it right by their plate. All right. Well, we are live in all the places. Oh, great. Excited to be here. Yeah. Welcome to MomCave LIVE, where we may have lost our minds, but we haven’t lost our sense of humor. I’m Jen and I’m here with the very humorous Elizabeth. Elizabeth wrote a book that we’re gonna talk about that is gonna save all of your asses, I think. This is it. Yeah, that’s it. It’s Don’t […]

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Can Gentle Parenting Work for Real Moms in Real Life?

Have you heard about “gentle parenting?” Maybe you are unsure what parenting style to take, or worrying about the best way to raise your little ones. Put your mind at rest because you’re not alone. As parents, we all want to give our kids the best upbringing possible. As soon as we know our babies are on the way, we massively change our lifestyles to fit their needs. As parents, we go through the upheaval of moving into a more […]

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Meredith Masony Interview | Ask a MOM | MomCaveTV

An intimate peek into the home life of the viral mom star Meredith Masony of That’s Inappropriate and Filter Free Parents. It’s a Meredith Masony interview on Ask a MOM! We dish about mom underwear and granny panties, folding laundry, a brilliant new way of disciplining kids, Meredith’s husband, Dave, and more. Ask a MOM with guest Meredith Masony from That’s Inappropriate Transcript of our interview (but it’s more fun to watch the video!) Meredith Masony: Hello. Jen: They probably […]

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Alternatives to Saying No to Teenagers That Actually Work

One of the least effective parenting strategies is to say “no” to your teenager because there’s a good chance they won’t listen and might even rebel against your wishes. Teenagers are in the process of learning how to be more independent, so they are more than willing to make up their minds for themselves regardless of how many times you say “no.” If you want to influence your teen to listen to your rules and guidelines, try these five alternatives […]

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