Apr 13th, 2010
Spanking instills fear rather than understanding. Even if a child were to stop his screaming tantrum when spanked, that doesn't mean he understands why he shouldn't be acting out in the first place. What's more, spanking models aggressive behavior as a solution to problems.
Apr 12th, 2010
One of the few common things that appear to cause so much anxiety to teens are the changes their bodies undergo. But anger is definitely not a suitable way of handling the confusion many parents feel as their children knock on the door of adulthood.
Mar 31st, 2010
Children model their parents and will adopt good manners only if they them displayed in the immediate neighborhood. At every step of the way, parents are constantly showing their kids the right and wrong ways to behave. Bad language and aggressive behavior send the wrong messages to your highly impressionable children.
Mar 27th, 2010
Even a working woman in a two-parent household finds it hard to juggle work and household chores. Single mothers often neglect their own well-being for the sake of their children. As a single mom, asking for support when you need it and not trying to do everything yourself will help you keep going for the long haul.
Mar 24th, 2010
Temper tantrums are a small child’s way of trying to cope with frustrations, or with a lack of attention. They are common between the ages of one and four. As a child grows and develops more refined verbal communication skills, temper tantrums often disappear.
Mar 24th, 2010
Kids these days are exposed to a variety of video games. But it appears it’s not all doom and gloom on the violent video games front. Just because these games include some violence does not mean your child is going to turn out to be a violent killer when he grows up.