There is a higher incidence of child stress, anxiety and disorders than ever before. This is how to change the course and improve your child's life.My two oldest children bound off of the school bus. Their backpacks bounce with their gate. They're grinning from ear-to-ear, elated to be home and see me. Because the baby is on my hip, they wrap their arms around my … [Read more...] about There is an undeclared war on childhood. This is how to stop it.
How to discipline a child effectively? So often, our children don't listen, they act out, or don't behave the way we have taught them. Inside you will read the most effective approach on how to discipline a child. Get a printable with tips on being a calmer parent at the bottom of this post.As parents, we have an internal desire to give children more opportunity, … [Read more...] about How to discipline a child: Why scientists say this is the best approach
There's nothing worse than feeling like you're letting your child down. The good news is those bad parenting moments don't define our children or us for that matter. Inside find out what research says is the best way to resolve our parenting mistakes and get back on track.Recently, I broke one of the cardinal rules of parenting. My husband and I got into a heated … [Read more...] about The powerful approach that will get your parenting back on track
As parents, we know our children will face peer pressure and other temptations. Find out what research says is the best way to raise children who want to do right.A 70 something-year-old man with jet black hair wearing a black cotton t-shirt took the stage at a TED conference.While his attire was casual, his talk certainly was not. With the spotlight on him, Philip … [Read more...] about Research says this is how to raise children who want to do the right thing
I was at a playground when I first understood the concept of a free range parent. We were fortunate enough to live within walking distance to a community centre where there was a free indoor playground. If the weather was bad, I would pack my two kids up in the double stroller, do my best to secure the rain cover, and make the trek in my hunter boots to the small room with … [Read more...] about My Free Range Parenting Fallacy