While genetics DO play a role in determining kids’ attitudes, there is good evidence that we can help kids look on the bright side more often.
How much is too much?
Back when many of today’s parents were in elementary school, if a girl started wearing a training bra in fourth grade, it was considered “on the early side.” These days, however, many girls are dealing with puberty at an even earlier age – causing concern for both girls and parents.
Hey man, some kids are just born to be cool. Bear with it. They all grow up … sooner or later.
As kids enter puberty, their skin often suffers. Teach adolescents how to care for problems should they surface.
Do you want to improve communication with your teen? Get on board with texting and instant messaging.
Steroids are making a presence in our children’s lives. What can we do? How can we stop them?
It seems our society is raising children to be older sooner. First came ‘tweens. Do we now need to recognize our 8-, 9- and 10-year-olds as pre-tweens?!
The work force can be positive for your teen. You can help.
Kids who lose things, kids who forget things … ugh! Here’s a how-to for helping kids develop personal responsibility. A close friend and mother of four children recently expressed concern for her oldest son’s lack of responsibility. She chatted about how frequently her 10-year-old daughter loses her gloves or never remembers to turn off the… Read more »