Sep 1st, 2011
We were teenagers ourselves once, and went through the same angst that our children now experience. Yet, times have changed - and so has the face of rebellion.
Jul 30th, 2011
There are kids that would have natural math skills, but for some children, math can be difficult. But, you as a teacher, can make it different.
Jul 20th, 2011
Setting limits and outlining boundaries actually helps kids feel more secure. They display self control more readily and happily take responsibility because they understand the reasons behind it.
Jul 17th, 2011
We all tell our kids that they should be nice to people. But the best way to teach this is to model it for your children, especially with people we don't like.
Jul 11th, 2011
Can a slow learner truly train himself to become highly intelligent? Research has shown that with the right methods and enough hard work, everything is possible.
Jul 7th, 2011
How do you nip escalating fights over power in the bud? In part two of our series, James shows you three powerful techniques for defusing defiant power struggles.
Jul 5th, 2011
Disasters can strike anywhere. A family disaster preparedness plan can lessen its catastrophic effects and is a must for every family any place in the world.
Jul 3rd, 2011
If you’re the parent of a defiant child, Are you gearing up for another difficult year with him - hoping that you’ll be able to manage without falling apart?
Jun 27th, 2011
Discipline needs to be taught during a child’s early growth stages, to help them develop positive attitudes and prepare them in handling school, work and other social activities.