Mother of 4 and Grandmother of 10
Bullying vs Discipline
Bullying is a problem, but not a recent problem. Most adults have a story to tell regarding a bullying incident they experienced. Perhaps we need to look to ourselves for correction before we try to fix our children. Many times we are not even aware of our own bullying tactics or the emotional burdens and sadness it places on others.
Humpty Dumpty Always Falls
I feel like Humpty Dumpty. I put way too much on my plate and never accomplish all the tasks. I am always playing catch-up and the game, “What should I do first.” I rush around while everything falls apart, which leaves me to work faster. The busier I get, the more mistakes I make.
Boston, MA Fox 25
Pamela appeared on Boston's Fox 25 morning news Family Works segment with Elizabeth Hopkins. She discussed Mother-in-law & Daughter-in-law relationships.
St, Louis, MO AM 590 The Fan
Pamela was interviewed by Kelly Lamm on the He Said She Said Radio program on AM 590 The Fan
Baltimore, MD Fox45
Pamela appeared on Baltimore's Fox 45 morning news as the relationship expert. She discussed her new book Mother-in-law Daughter-in-law Dilemma and answered viewers phone calls and emailed questions.
Hartford, CT WFSB TV
Pamela appeared on Hartford's WFSB-TV Better Connecticut show to discuss her new book Mother-in-law Daughter-in-law Dilemma with host Kara Sundlund
Pam Reynolds is an author and speaker on children’s issues and relationships. She had written books about:
• The effect of Bullying on children and education.
• The ongoing struggle between mothers-in-law and daughters-in-law as they strive to foster a harmonious relationship for the benefit of their son/spouse.
• A stray cat that changed our family and taught us many lessons about life and the meaning of family and caring. She is completing a 3 book set of insights into life lessons on faith, family, and hope.
She posts frequently on her blog (blog.pamreynolds.me)
Pam has appeared on television, radio, and online programs. She has appeared on news shows in Boston, Baltimore and Hartford and the Huffington Post online. Pam earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Early Childhood Education and a Master of Science degree in Education from the Eastern Connecticut State University. She was a teacher and certified in special education and regular classroom instruction for grades K to three.
Pam earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Early Childhood Education and a Master of Science degree in Education from Eastern Connecticut State University.
As a Certified Emergency Medical Technician. Pam volunteered for 13 years on her town’s Fire Department and was a 7-year member of the Fire Department’s Board of Directors.
Pam has four grown and married children with ten grandchildren. She brings her experiences to her writing and speaking, focusing on relationships and the power of the human spirit.