It’s often assumed that mothers are supposed to plan most of the wonderful activities for their children. So how are fathers supposed to make Ramadan special for their families? What does an engaged father look like in Ramadan? Take kids
When you have bits of cereal in your hair or you’re listening to the wails of a tiny person who refuses to get in the car, the term “Positive Parenting” may make you grit your teeth and roll your eyes.
The clues from this escape room for kids can be found at home or are fairly inexpensive and easy to get your hands on. If there is a clue that doesn’t work for you, don’t worry about leaving it out. Just
Often, parents who are thinking about getting a divorce will ask what age is best for their kids. While there’s no magic number that defines when kids are most resilient, age is a valid consideration. But it’s not the only one.
Do you know what your child is exposed to online? Ever wonder just who your child is communicating with through all their different social media profiles? As parents, we realize that our children are our trust and responsibility. Prophet Muhammad
For many families, a school counselor is the first place to turn for questions about a child’s mental or emotional health. But parents and kids avoid the counselor’s office because they are afraid they, or their child, won’t be seen
All children are capable of extraordinary things. There is no happiness gene, no success gene, and no ‘doer of extraordinary things’ gene. The potential for happiness and greatness lies in all of them and will mean different things to different
Creating a friendly mental health environment for your children is part of the foundation of having a healthy and positive relationship with you and your child. With the state of the world today, it is essential that children have a
We’re all shaken by the events that took place in Washington, DC last week and it may seem like you need to jump in and address things right away, but pausing to work through your own feelings before talking to kids about
It’s no surprise that lots of children and teenagers are having a tough time coping with this uniquely challenging winter. Short tempers, bad moods, low energy — parents are seeing it all, even from kids who are ordinarily cheerful. If