Dec 8th, 2010
When you understand how your child naturally takes in information, and assess his learning style at an early age, it will make introducing new ideas and activities easier for you - and a lot more fun for him. Here's how you can focus on your child's strengths to help him learn in the best way possible.
Dec 7th, 2010
Single parenting is one of the toughest jobs on the planet. So what can you do to maintain confidence in yourself and peace in your home? Dr. Jane Nelsen, Ed. D., the author and co-author of Positive Discipline for Single Parents, offers advice to those who are flying solo.
Dec 2nd, 2010
As I parent my children and mentor other families, one area we're constantly improving upon is the art of self-discipline. Young children especially mimick what they see and hear, whether right or wrong children are products of their environment. Be the change you wish to see in your children.
Dec 1st, 2010
If your children are struggling but feel too embarrassed to come to you for guidance, you can use NLP skills to ascertain when your child is in a specific emotional state. An NLP technique called calibration is a great tool when it comes to doing just that.
Nov 28th, 2010
NLP is a way of helping a person change their behavior. This method is just as effective with children as it is with adults, and using it with children when they are young gives them the tools to change their behavior when they need to. Here are the top 8 NLP tips that will help you to help your child.
Nov 27th, 2010
Nothing can be more frustrating to deal with as a parent than having a child that just doesn’t want to share. Does this scenario sound familiar to you? Here's how you can help your child get past the 'gimme gimme' stage and start sharing well with others.
Nov 27th, 2010
It's important that kids have privacy. But there should be a direct link between the amount of responsibility, consistency, and honesty that kids show and the amount of privacy they’re allowed to have in their rooms. James Lehman explains how to navigate the tricky seas of teen privacy.
Nov 20th, 2010
In our society, children are taught that love is shown to them when they do certain acts, and it is not shown to them if they mess up. But when children feel their parents see them as beautiful rather than ‘bad’ or ‘negative’, they naturally change because the child feels they are accepted unconditionally.
Nov 18th, 2010
More and more parents are coming to feel very strongly about the value of parenting minus spanking. But even parents who don't spank are clueless about the right way to discipline their child. Here are some effective alternatives to falling into the spanking trap.