Strategies for a Successful Summer Break Tips for managing your kids’ downtime to help make it relaxing for everyone While your average child may be thrilled by the end of the school year, anticipating lazy days and sleeping in, the
Being structured and clear after a divorce is much more helpful to kids than compromising your values because your children are going through a tough time. Click here to read more from empoweringparents.com
We all want to raise responsible children. And we all want to live in a world where others have been raised to be responsible, a world where adults don’t shrug off their responsibilities as citizens. As my son said, surveying
So many of my clients have problems with angry teenage boys that a brief post is in order. Teenage girls get angry, too, of course, but they tend to be more amenable to processing emotions and talking them through, which
It’s a story we hear regularly: A child is diagnosed with ADHD and one of his parents, recognizing the symptoms, realizes that he (or she) has the disorder, too. Click here to read more from childmind.org
It’s hard enough raising kids with a partner, let alone parenting on your own. It takes confidence, resilience and courage. If you’re a single mom or dad, rest assured you’re not alone: according to the United States Census Bureau, one
Some couples choose to have a baby to celebrate their stability or to strengthen their relationship. They think that a baby will bring them closer together, and that life after childbirth will be a time of tenderness, intimacy, and maturity.
Think your child needs a perfect parent? Think again. In fact, your quest to be perfect gets in the way of loving your child unconditionally, because it stops you from loving yourself unconditionally. How can you be emotionally generous with