Maybe the cure is to ask yourself: “Do you need it or want it?” Who am I kidding, that didn’t work for me.
Now with kids, I’m breaking every single promise to myself.
Researchers who’ve studied how to get boys to read say parents and teachers need to follow their interests.
Here you go, Internet, one of my unfine moments. Use it to not error as I did.
Of all the gifts that a parent wants to give their child is the opportunity to share all that the world has to offer.
I haven’t said a word to anyone. What do I do?
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One of the reasons that parents fail at solving discipline problems is they try to solve too many at once.
Our two boys are completely, and I mean COMPLETELY, out of control.
Try a creative alternative to mother-son dance.
It is not at all unusual for a child’s sleep pattern to change around the third birthday.
Occasional aggression is normal in boys.
Mom worries because her 10-year-old admires other girls’ figures. Is this normal?
Children who wet the bed have no conscious control over the problem.
Today, this girl pushed her to the floor and snatched a toy away from her.
He begs, pouts, refuses to speak to his parents until he gets what he wants.
A mom worries about sending her son on a trip to an aquarium even though he’s afraid of sharks?
Parents, remember to measure more than grades.
Today’s moms need to take charge just like their grandmothers had in family matters.
How involved should you be with homework help? My unequivocal answer is “not much, if at all.”
To stop the constant whining, give them each a clothing allowance.
It’s never too late to shape good behavior. Hang in there. It’ll get better.
Rolling Stone magazine’s “Top 500 Songs of All Time” got me thinking about 1950s child rearing.
Stay the course when disciplining your child. Eventually, your efforts will pay off.
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.
Sometimes grieving process needs a little push to help a person get through.