Parenting Tip #10
Make it a rule that if one parent disciplines a child, the other parent must back it up, even if the other parent disagrees with the way it's done....
Parenting Tip #9
When it comes to teaching kids how to have self-esteem, you must be a positive role model. Don't belittle yourself or downplay your own abilities a...
Parenting Tip #8
CONNECT BEFORE YOU START SPEAKING.
That means you can't give orders to your kid from across the room and expect to get through.
Instead, move in c...
Parenting Tip #7
Positive relationships between you and your child are built on quality time. Time together is how you get to know about each other’s experiences, t...
Parenting Tip #6
When your child expresses an opinion, you could use the conversation as a way to learn more about your child’s thoughts and feelings. So let them s...
Parenting Tip #5
Children begin to build their self-image by seeing themselves reflected in the mirror of adults' reactions. They decide they're good people, or the...
Parenting Tip #4
By naming and narrating your child’s emotions, you help her/him understand where their anger comes from, teach them the vocabulary to describe thei...
For many kids, having a time limit may help. For example, saying we’ll try this activity for four sessions and then we can decide and see what you ...
Parenting Tip #2
When it comes your child’s strengths and interests, have them be part of the conversation about what might be fun to do outside of school.
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Parenting Tip #1
Parenting Tip #15
Enforcing limits is really about teaching your kid how to behave in the world and helping him to become competent, caring, and in control.
Parenting Tip #14
When you notice your child doing something helpful or nice, let him know how you feel. It's a great way to boost good behavior so he's more likely ...
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