“Mom, what’s a lesbian? … Someone at school called me one, and I want to know what it is.”
It’s time to dust off those shelves that never see a dust rag, clean out those kitchen cabinets and my clothes closet.
Gone are the days and the rule that says you can’t wear white until after Memorial Day.
Get inspired to take part in April Acts of Kindness Month.
I’m tired. I’m large. I’m sick and tired of being large.
My daughter just can’t seem to get the concept. She is constantly having accidents and it is a fight to just get her on the potty.
Tag Archives: discipline
The almost simultaneous rewarding positive behavior and punishing bad behavior of toddler is a balancing act.
Like all great things, parenting doesn’t come without challenges.
Consequences may or may not put son on track
My mother wanted the best for me. She wanted to see me live out my dreams. I’m blessed she didn’t give up on me.
Disciplining children is the most difficult aspect of parenting.
We’ve asked Children’s Hospital & Medical Center experts to explain the rules of time-out.
The hospital offers free parenting classes, titled “Parenting U” given by professionals.
At 6 p.m. today, parents will learn effective time-out techniques.
Register now for the webinar and live chat session.
Let’s face it: All children think punishment is unfair at some point, but you still have to discipline.
Stay the course when disciplining your child. Eventually, your efforts will pay off.
Let’s not thumb our noses at parents who believe differently than we do. We all do what works best for our children.
No matter how hard or with what object… Should we be hitting our children at all? I don’t believe so.
Let’s not categorize every misbehavior of one child towards another as bullying.
Parents have an obligation to do all they can to help their children release themselves from the bondage of misbehavior.
Fellow health professionals say that my approach to discipline is excessively punitive.
Discipline without screaming or losing your cool. Could it be true?
A major meltdown from one of my children gave me an “a-ha!” parenting moment.