Achieve more parenting success with less marital stress. Marital strife creates more household chaos, not more order.
Demonstrate important parent behavior wisdom: protect your childâs feelings. Hurting children emotionally incites unruly and even cruel child behavior.
15-year-old Oregon boy and a victim of Down Syndrome â received a bow from the world when he dared his disability and conquered Mount Everest, the highest vertical limit on Earth.
âThere was no need for a term like âmagical thinkingâ in the Golden Age of Man…there was only genuine everyday magic and mysticism. Children were not mocked or scolded in those days for singing to the rain or talking to the wind.â â Anthon St. Maarten
Practice being more self-aware in our parenting to recognize when we need to improve our parent behavior for child behavior improvement.
A hero is somebody who is selfless, who is generous in spirit, who just tries to give back as much as possible and help people. A hero to me is someone who saves people and who really deeply cares. ~ Debi Mazar A hero always choses to do the right thing. He does not [...]
Think back to your own childhood and decide which memories are the best ones. Were they the times that you were having fun with your family or were the times that you were being told to clean your room, lower your radio or do your homework?
Spend some happy hours with your children. It will instill wisdom in children and make them good human beings.
Raising children is a tough job in and of itself, but when the parents are going through a divorce this important job seems to become even harder. The parents understand why they both need and want to live separate lives but it is very difficult for a child to understand.
If your normally easy-going child seems suddenly afraid of everything and clingy, youâre not alone. As babies begin to transition from infant to toddler, fear blossoms almost as quickly as they seem to be growing. While it may take you by surprise, the reality is that these fears, whether theyâre concerns about the dark, monsters under the bed, or something completely rational, put your child on the normal track to development. The key is learning how to deal with those fears.