It's important to stay calm and use empathy when we talk to our kids. Sometimes, it's hard to know what to say instead. Here are some examples of how we "react" to our kids and some alternative responses to try instead
Whether your teen is off to college, joining the military, learning a trade, or traveling the world, he is sure to bump up against situations in his young adulthood that will challenge his faith. Here's how you can prepare your child's faith for adulthood.
Do you use this Positive Parenting Strategy? Do you know the key to positive connection with your child can found in the Child Ego State? Positive parenting tip to minimize power struggles and bring more meaningful connection to your parent-child relationship. Connect with your kids using the Child Ego State mindset and less Adult Ego and Parent Ego State of Personality.
8 Things Not To Do As A : might be the toughest job that anyone can ever do. At every stage, anything you do is mostly irreversible, and especially if you’re a first-time parent, it can be horrifying. For most parents, they learn along the way, getting better at it day by day.