Here it is, your round-up of our top EP posts of 2013! This year, our bloggers talked about everything from adult children to mom guilt, defiance to grocery store showdowns — and they didn’t hold back. For our Top 10 list, we chose the posts that were viewed most by you, dear readers. Thank you for visiting Empowering Parents and making it our best year yet — we hope you learned a new technique or two, found other parents in your situation, and joined in with comments or questions.
And now, without further adieu…
By Denise Rowden, 1-on-1 Coach and mom of two teens.
By Rebecca Wolfenden, 1-on-1 Coach and mom of a toddler.
Great tips for the whole year. Podcast with Becky Staples, the head of our 1-on-1 Coaching team, and Elisabeth Wilkins, EP Editor.
By Kim Abraham LMSW and Marney Studaker-Cordner, LMSW, Creators of The ODD Lifeline
By Elisabeth Wilkins, Hobbit-y Editor of Empowering Parents and mother of one tween son.
By Elisabeth Wilkins, Editor
By Anna Stewart, Family Advocate and EP Contributing Author
And our top blog post of 2013? Drumroll, please….
Our most popular blog post of the past year includes a handy contract for parents, created by Rebecca Wolfenden and the expert and compassionate 1-on-1 Coaching Team, to help you keep your child on track with his or her electronics by setting limits around use. Highly recommended!
Thanks again for reading EP, Everyone. Be sure to weigh in and let us know what you’d like us to write about more in 2014!
About Elisabeth Wilkins
Elisabeth Wilkins was the editor of Empowering Parents and the mother of an 10-year-old son. Her work has appeared in national and international publications, including Mothering, Motherhood (Singapore), Hausfrau, The Bad Mother Chronicles, and The Japan Times. Elisabeth holds a Masters in Fine Arts in Creative Writing from the University of Southern Maine.