One of the most challenging parts of parenting is that your kids will experience some big emotions which sometimes translate to meltdowns and tantrums that involve screaming, hitting, wailing, biting, or worse. And how you deal with your child’s tantrums will not only build trust in your relationship with them, but it will establish an […]
Have you ever wondered how your sweet 4-year-old will ever become a responsible adult? Do you struggle with how to raise responsible children? You’re not alone! This is one of the biggest areas of concern for parents. We want to raise responsible sons and responsible daughters who can conquer the world! (with compassion, of course) […]
Children struggle to think before they act, mostly because it’s a difficult habit that takes a lifetime to learn and practice. Even as adults, it’s challenging to do and definitely something we will NEVER be perfect at. Have you ever impatiently snapped at your child to be patient? Yeah. All the more reason to have […]
How can I possibly stop my kids from whining and complaining about everything? Why does my 2-year-old still fuss for everything he wants? What does my seven-year-old whine when I ask her to put away her toys? Dealing with whining has some nuances, but a lot of it is the same whether you have a […]
Backtalk is the bane of every parent’s existence. It makes us feel disrespected, and untrustworthy. Because we most often know what’s best for our child, backtalk is that reminder that tells us — you’re still not in complete control. It shows us that our children have their own desires, struggles, and opinions. At the end […]
I’ve struggled to learn the balance in parenting when it comes to screen time, whether that’s watching movies and shows, being on a device, or playing video games. On one hand, I want my children to learn how to have an imagination of their own, read books, play with toys, interact with friends, and one […]
Here are 7 effective consequences that won’t break your child’s spirit, but rather help prepare them for the real world.
Screens, food, exercise—not only bad things cause an addiction. Here’s why and how you should talk to your kids about one of the most potentially devastating elements of life.