Crackers, pop-tarts, chips, fruit roll-ups, and cookies. How many of these items are in your pantry?
Our own worry and struggle can be shared with others. We just have to choose wisely someone even more distant from the problem than we are.
To spank or not to spank. That is the question. From one generation to the next, we can’t help but wonder if our methods of discipline are effective or damaging. Some say that those who are raised with spankings grow up to be better behaved and more respectful adults. Others would say that spanking is […]
If you think your child might have ADHD or ADD, the first questions to ask are “why do you think so?” and “what else could cause that?” Let’s take a closer look. But sometimes children who have poor attention and poor impulse control don’t have ADHD or ADD at all. In fact, most kids with behavior problems do not have ADHD or ADD. They just have behavior problems.
How do you choose the right programs or activities for your kids? Sometimes it’s clear, sometimes it’s not. Lots of agendas can get involved when schedules and locations are important. When choosing activities, consider: This is for your child, not you. Of course it must work for you, but try not to project what you […]