Parenthood brings some of the most rewarding experiences a person can have.
There’s nothing like hearing a baby’s first word. It’s a moment of wonder and excitement, something to record on video and in the baby book to remember forever.
Anxiety levels will surely rise again, right? Sure as the sun comes up in the morning, your two little darlings will eventually fall out of love with each other and into yet another conflict. It’s natural. It happens to all kids (and adults) because we are all unique, with different personalities and tastes.
It’s an age-old form of discipline, but you have to know how to use it for it to be effective.
Oh, the tug-of-war that kids and clothes can bring! Yes, freedom of expression starts early, so perhaps you can learn to manage it. Find out how other parents do it. Listen in on any conversation between a group of moms, and chances are good the topic of clothing will come up sooner or later. Whether… Read more »
Teach your kids how to handle money! Experts say an allowance is the first step.
Katie Brantley has a problem, and she’s not afraid to admit it. “My kids back talk, big time,” says the 34-year-old mother of two girls, ages 12 and 8. “It usually starts at breakfast, and then continues after school. It’s gotten to the point where we all get so frustrated at the end of the… Read more »
When the going gets tough, what do you do? Yell and scream? Throw up your hands and stomp away? Before you give up, try a little bit of something called “Smart Discipline.”
You’ve recently purchased a new television. All the wires are connected just right; you sit back in your favorite easy chair, remote control at the ready, and start pushing buttons.
You’ve tried everything and your marriage isn’t working – You and your spouse have made the difficult decision to separate.