Is your child feeling in competition with your work? It can be possible to have a satisfying, meaningful career and be an attentive, loving parent. Try these universal guidelines.
A child who feels a loving bond with a parent, will feel valuable and have more of an ability to withstand peer pressure.
Simple, practical tips for developing emotional trust.
Can’t get through to your teen on procrastination? Try a different way.
Adults who can recognize children as teachers can learn some life skills that might improve their own life experience.
A parental "no" is a barrier to adolescent freedom. Parents have to decide when to keep the barrier up and when to let it down.
'Tis the season for high school seniors to pick a college. If your child is making this choice, discover five ways to help.
Worried about your kids using smartphones? Monitoring, use, and privacy guidelines for parents.
No other generation has had to cope with this ever-increasing fund of information. Improved technology and more information has led to more memorization & less meaningful learning.
Play, from early in our lives, creates the vocabulary of friendship.
Walks are a perfect way to help children learn concepts and have memorable experiences related to science, language, math, senses, nature, joy, and the community.
Resisting the urge to rescue and over-assist can make a huge difference in your child's sense of self.
Household chaos tends to have a direct negative effect on the emotions and behaviors of parents of children with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), according to a new study by German researchers at Goethe University Frankfurt and the universities of Bremen, Heidelberg, Tübingen and Kiel.
A new study find that children between the ages of 3 and 7 who don’t get enough sleep are more likely to have problems with attention, emotional control, and peer relationships in mid-childhood. Published in the journal Academic Pediatrics, the study found significant differences in the responses of parents and teachers to surveys regarding executive function — which includes attention, working memory, reasoning and problem solving — and behavioral problems in 7-year-old children depending on how much sleep they regularly received at younger ages. “We found that children who get an insufficient amount of sleep in their preschool and early ...
Setting specific, clear intentions can help parents create rich, meaningful relationships with kids and partners. Here are 3 creative ways to apply intention to family life.
Punishment drives the feelings underground and makes the bad behavior worse. Healing the feelings that are driving the behavior is what prevents a repeat of the misbehavior.
When children feel close to their parents, they want to "follow" them. Going against their parents would be going against the most important people in their lives.
Is your high achieving high school student resilient enough for college?
Children with AD/HD have unique needs and present unique challenges for parents. How can you best meet these needs? Read on to learn more.
Researchers have discovered that an important learning process is impaired in adolescents who were abused as children. Experts believe this impairment contributes to misbehavior patterns later in life. The theory holds that associative learning, or th...