5 Things You Should Discuss With Your Kids About What’s Going on in the World Right Now
If you’re wondering how to address the current events with your kids, then check out this list of ways to help them stay informed, not be fearful, and understand their part in all of it.
Things You Should Never Say to Your Child and Why
Here are 5 common phrases parents say that kids HATE, and are not beneficial to anyone.
7 Signs of a Child Who’s Emotionally Reaching Out
Being attentive to the emotional signs of our children is a crucial element of parenting. Find out what the signs are, and what to do if your child begins to show them.
Raising an Emotionally Strong Child
Raising your child to be mentally and emotionally prepared for the world.
7 Effective Consequences for Kids
Here are 7 effective consequences that won’t break your child’s spirit, but rather help prepare them for the real world.
How to Improve Your Relationship With Your Teen or Preteen
Struggling to have a healthy and good relationship with your tween or teen? Get back to the fundamentals of parenting, and start taking back your relationship with your child. It’s never too late.
Parenting a Strong Willed Child – The One Thing They Need Most
Strong-willed kids need a special kind of parenting. Find out how you can help them instead of push them away.
Anxiety in Children According to Their Age
Not only adults experience anxiety and fear. From infancy to adolescence, find out why and how a child experiences anxiety, and what you can do to help.
The 7 Most Important Life Skills to Teach Your Kids
Throughout someone’s lifetime, they will learn certain life skills that will enable them to survive in a myriad of circumstances and life events. Find out what life skills your kids should be learning from you and why.
What to do When Your Child Has a “Bad Influence” Friend
It’s happened. Something you dreaded would happen the first time you caught sight of “that” kid you desperately hoped your kid wouldn’t think was cool — that kid you give the stink eye to every time you pick up yours from school.Yes, the “bad” kid that gets your kid to do all the things he wouldn’t normally do. The kid that is allowed to everything your kid isn’t. The kid that is funny, charming, and everything your kid wants to be.
What should we do about “that” kid?