Knowing what to say isn’t always easy. It's even more complicated when you are speaking to the people whose lives you have the most influence upon (not to mention when it feels like the entire grocery store checkout line is watching and listening intently).
It’s no secret that parenting is hard work. At times, your children will amuse and endear you with humor, antics, and accomplishments. You might even gleam with pride. Other times, they will try to run you down and take over, not only the household, but seemingly the world. You are likely already aware of this […]
This illustration helps parents understand brain dysregulation, so they can pick & choose appropriate interventions based on their child’s brain functioning at any given moment. To say it another way–this helps make sense of your child’s tantrums, explains why some things you do just make things worse, and gives a parent guidance for what TO […]
More than one-third of American children live in single-parent households right now. And fully 59% of American kids will live in a single-parent household sometime before they turn 18. So if this is your situation, you’re in good company.
Your child’s father is his secret ally in learning and social development. The more time fathers spend with their kids the smarter those kids are, the better behaved they are, the happier and more well-adjusted.