Thanksgiving Craft for Kids: A Gratitude Tree
November 6, 2017 – 7:08 am | 2 Comments

Thanksgiving Craft for Kids: A Gratitude Tree
 
It’s early in the month so why not start recognizing and sharing what you are thankful for. A gratitude tree is the perfect way to express thanks.

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Seven Simple Ways to Teach Your Children Gratitude
November 10, 2016 – 10:49 am | One Comment
Seven Simple Ways to Teach Your Children Gratitude

Teaching Kids About Gratitude
Gratitude is more than an attitude. Recent studies show that grateful people are happier, more resilient, and less depressed. They also have higher self-esteem and better relationships. These results prove that gratitude …

Are You a Hypocritical Parent?
November 5, 2016 – 7:50 am | No Comment
Are You a Hypocritical Parent?

How to Avoid Being a Hypocritical Parent
You are your child’s first teacher.  You teach them to talk and walk, what to eat, how to read and how to bully other children.  Wait, what?  Children will …

6 Tips on How to Handle Power Struggles with your Children
November 4, 2016 – 8:00 am | No Comment
6 Tips on How to Handle Power Struggles with your Children

Ways to Handle Power Struggles with Your Kids
All children love to engage parents in power struggles at one time or another, but they commonly end up being no-win situations as the parent and child each …

Tips for a Child’s First Cell Phone
November 2, 2016 – 7:31 am | No Comment
Tips for a Child’s First Cell Phone

With the holidays right around the corner, many parents may consider surprising their child with their first cell phone.  According to the Pew ­Research Center’s Internet & American Life Project, the typical American gets their …

How to Handle Reluctant Learners
September 18, 2016 – 2:00 pm | No Comment
How to Handle Reluctant Learners

Reluctant Learners: Keep your Son Engaged with Learning
Parents of boys are more aware than anyone when their bright, eager sons hit an invisible wall somewhere near fourth grade, after which they go from engaged to unengaged, …

6 Ways to Read Your Teenager’s Body Language
August 29, 2016 – 6:27 am | No Comment
6 Ways to Read Your Teenager’s Body Language

Six Body Language Signals Which Say Your Child or Teenager May Be Lying  To You
 
You notice that your teens’ behavior has changed, at first you attribute it to hormones and pubertal growing pains . But …

Units of Concern: Taking Ownership of Your Kids’ Responsibilities
August 24, 2016 – 6:31 pm | No Comment
Units of Concern: Taking Ownership of Your Kids’ Responsibilities

Minimize Units of Concern by Allowing Kids to Take Ownership of Their Responsibilities
 
Have you ever noticed that when you want your kids (or spouse or anyone, for that matter) to get something done,  that the …

Ways to Get Kids to Help with Chores
August 20, 2016 – 7:21 am | No Comment
Ways to Get Kids to Help with Chores

How to Motivate Kids to Help with Chores

Expecting kids to never complain about helping out around the house is probably unrealistic. After all, adults experience days when lying in bed and watching television or reading …

9 Steps to Nurturing Self Love in Your Children
July 22, 2016 – 4:12 pm | No Comment
9 Steps to Nurturing Self Love in Your Children

How to Nurture Self Love in our Kids
by Sherrie Campbell, Ph.D
Parenting is the most important and rewarding part of life for any human being who has children.  We have the divine opportunity to teach love, …

Helping Your Child Transition to Preschool
July 18, 2016 – 1:26 pm | No Comment
Helping Your Child Transition to Preschool

How to Make Easier for Your Child to Transition to Preschool
Is it just us or is summer flying by?! Before you know it, stores will line their shelves with pencils, binders, paper and all kinds …