Sep 6, 2018
KJ Dell’Antonia, a mother of four and author of “How to Be a Happier Parent” talks about her personal experience of feeling dissatisfied with parenting on a day-to-day basis.
Her biggest struggles being mornings, sibling disputes, and homework. Her family’s life was busy and on-the-go, making everyone feel exhausted by the end of the day and leaving no room to enjoy each other.
Realizing that she wanted nothing more than a pleasant and enjoyable experience raising her family, KJ read and even conducted a lot of research on how to be a happier parent, and shares some tips in this episode.
Resources and links
Book: How to Be a Happier Parent: Raising a Family, Having a Life and Loving (Almost) Every Minute
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