Jun 7th, 2010
How can we help our children cope with the daily, sometimes harsh realities of living in a society under the pressure of tremendous and unprecedented change? The answer is in giving children a positive way to deal with the world and themselves. The most powerful technique to achieve this goal is guided imagery.
Jun 6th, 2010
What is the absolute key in raising enlightened, exceptional children? Children who can fulfill the true purpose of life of Self Realization. Read this article by yoga and meditation expert, Anmol Mehta, and learn the key to raising enlightened children.
Jun 5th, 2010
Children need to see sustainability working in their home and schools. Teaching our children to think and behave in ecologically sustainable ways should be considered a priority - and the earlier we start the better. Here are some ways you can teach your child that its never too early to go "green".
Jun 4th, 2010
Most people who choose to have children want to be good parents, and they have many questions about what would be best for their children. But every child is very different and has different needs. Even if it feels right to you but it is obviously not working for your child, then you need to follow your child's lead.
Jun 3rd, 2010
Life is full of difficulties and berry-throwing mean kids. In his fabulous book on “the practical neuroscience of happiness, love, & wisdom,” Neuroscientist Rick Hanson, explains that we can take positive steps to determine which memories stick with our kids. By putting neuroscience into action, he gives us a method for raising kids who have more positive memories than negative ones.
Jun 3rd, 2010
“Shut up!” What do you do when your child says it to you? The reality is that “shut up” is a rude, offensive comment. Here, James Lehman MSW tackles the problem from both perspectives, and shows you how to eliminate it from your family's vocabulary.
Jun 2nd, 2010
Studies have shown that the quality of praise a child receives is more important than the quantity of praise. Too much praise can actually hinder a child’s growth. While praise can be a powerful form of encouragement, too much of it given in an insincere manner can backfire badly. So, what is the right way to praise kids?
Jun 1st, 2010
In a culture of stick-thin models, our young adolescents are embarking on a dangerous path of dieting, bingeing, and purging. Here is how to tell your daughter is at risk, as well as tips and exercises to help improve body-image in your household.
May 31st, 2010
Of all the weapons in your child’s arsenal, the words “I hate you” can have the power to reduce any parent to tears or anger. Children know that saying this can paralyze a parent during a fight, which is why they use this tactic to get what they want.