In my efforts to get my kids to eat right, I’ve failed more times than I’ve succeeded, but I have succeeded on occasion.
Teaching your child to love learning offers them a lifetime of discovery, far outside the classroom.
I made a conscious decision early on to be open and honest with my kids and to incorporate sexuality and sexual education naturally into their lives.
While a reward system may get kids into the habit of behaving in the desired manner, it’s not a long-term solution.
Your kid’s behavior is neither driven by “badness” nor is it a sign of bad parenting. Rather, it’s a sign that you’re not speaking the same language.
What if you erased everything you’ve taught your kids about sharing and started fresh? What rules or guidelines would you put in place?
Though it's not uncommon for children to prefer one parent over the other, it totally stings. Here's what you can do to make it through.
We can make chores a special experience for our kids by incorporating mindfulness into the tasks that might otherwise seem repetitive or boring.
I think all parents worry that one of their kids is being shortchanged in some way. This fear increases exponentially when you have a special needs child.