If you’ve got kids (and even if you don’t), you’re well aware that Christmas morning is the most hotly anticipated moment of the year.
This generation is and will be defined by technological devices like smartphones and tablets, video games, autonomous cars and smart speakers.
How to teach your kids self-awareness so they understand themselves better, and know the impact they are having on others.
We all want our kids to feel good. Ice cream. Beach days. Playdates. These are all great for bringing joy. But typically, these good feelings don’t last.
The “experts” say: kids are over-scheduled these days; life is too busy, so let them be bored. But is this really the best advice?
Joel would ride his bike full tilt along the balcony, then execute a perfect skid. His mission? Get as close to the edge as possible. He was fearless.
Heading away for a trip, and leaving your children with friends or family? Sounds exciting! But it’s good to be aware there may be long-term outcomes.
The following six ideas are research-backed ways to help you be the best parent you can be, and also bring out the best in your children.
Should you step in with other people’s kids? Using the right kind of communication can help you work through these situations.