Dec 10th, 2010
Christmas is a special time of the year for parents and an even more magical one for babies. The Christmas tree, presents, shiny decorations, colorful lights, smells, tastes and sounds make Christmas Day a complete sensory delight. Here are ten top tips to ensure that your baby enjoys the festivities.
Dec 10th, 2010
TV and other forms of media, like teen magazines, have a huge influence on the health of teen girls. What you watch on the tube affects your self-esteem, shopping decisions and how you feel about your body. Here’s how to love and embrace your body - and stop wishing you had someone else’s.
Dec 9th, 2010
Separation anxiety is a form of extreme stress experienced by a child if a caregiver or parent, with whom they interact on a daily basis, is not in sight. To ensure that your child grows up emotionally secure and well-adjusted, here's what you can do to relieve yourself and your child of unnecessary stress.
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 4th, 2010
Can parents really ensure their children's physical safety? If you are creating a play space for your child in your backyard, there are many safety precautions that you need to consider. Regular maintenance and supervision help keep kids safe when playing outside.
Dec 3rd, 2010
What better way to spend those cold, winter nights with your loved ones this Christmas, than to snuggle in front of the TV with popcorn, hot chocolate and a movie to warm your heart. So here are a couple of classic Christmas movies for those cold winter nights.
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.