Good sleep is essential to maintaining physical, emotional, spiritual and social health. However, many people are seriously sleep deprived. Dr. Meg Meeker discusses the benefits of getting good sleep and some of the potential problems parents and kids may experience if they don't get enough rest at night.
When you wear the right hat at the right time, and use the right tone, you can encourage your children to want to listen to you.
Correcting bad behaviour needs to start in the early years. Train your children up for the real world by disciplining them with the effective use of positive and negative consequences.
Children express and receive love in different ways — some through acts of service; others through affirming words; still others through gifts, quality time or physical touch. Each of these expressions of love represents a different “language.” Discern the emotional needs of our children by understanding the five love languages.
If you’re anything like us, you’ve finally crossed off your remaining New Year’s resolution from last year – because you admit you’ll never do it. This year, don’t reach for the impossible, try our 20 guilt-free resolutions for parents!
No matter how you express “I love you” to your children, it doesn’t mean much unless it reassures them that you really do. Delight in your child by choosing a new attitude today.