February 27, 2016

Deborah Gilboa, MD Feedback from TappMD Expert
Deborah Gilboa, MD
I love this.
I work to do all 20 of these. OK, I need to work a lot harder at #19 and maybe #16 too. What do you think?

  1. Tucking them into bed at night. Someday, they’ll be too big and I won’t get that moment back. Saying goodnight, pulling up the covers and kissing their heads is a gift.
  2. Telling them I love them. Start this when they’re young. “I love you” is a powerful three-word phrase that matters.
  3. Listening to their stories. Their stories teach me about them and their hearts and what they love. I think of their stories as a way to learn more about them. And this is the real listening, not the distracted mom who wants to move onto the next thing on her never-ending to-do list…

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Deborah Gilboa, MD

Doctor G (Deborah Gilboa, MD) of AskDoctorG.com empowers parents to raise respectful, responsible and resilient kids. Around the country and around the world, she works with parents to increase their knowledge and to use the parenting instincts they already have. Doctor G focuses on practical tools and teaching skills, not just dishing out advice.