If your kids are back at school, or about to be, these ideas can help ease the transition from holiday time to school time.
With smacking now being seen as less ‘acceptable’, the lashing out often takes the form of yelling. Here are four solutions to turn your anger around.
When your kids aren’t listening to you which WILL happen, try these three things: speak softly, consider your timing and use the ‘gentle reminder’.
7 hot tips to help you chill out with your kids, avoid too much expense and still make wonderful summer holiday memories!
Christmas is a brilliant time to institute traditions, or reinvigorate those that might have lapsed over the years.
From the first time our kids ask, honesty has always been, is, and will continue to be the best policy.
New smart toys are capable of listening to your child. If they’re hearing things, they’re probably transmitting that information as well.
Is your child discouraged by competitiveness or comparison in their sport? Dr Justin Coulson explores strategies to help kids stay the course!
How do you motivate kids? Rewards may effectively control children’s behaviour in the immediate context, but studies show that they can (and regularly do) have negative consequences.
Parents have been complaining about this problem for at least 50 years! Try these questions to encourage curiosity and conversation.