How To Be The Best Parent To A Strong-Willed Child
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How To Be The Best Parent To A Strong-Willed Child

Do you have a child with a strong personality? Do you ever wonder how you can be the best mom to such a strong-willed child? Here’s some encouraging and practical advice from a mom who understands what she’s talking about! When my youngest daughter was still a newborn, I knew I was dealing with an…

How To Teach Kids Critical Thinking Skills
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How To Teach Kids Critical Thinking Skills

Every day, children are flooded with messages, data, and ideas. They need to know how to analyze what they hear and see in order to establish their own thoughts and beliefs, whether they are at school, online, or chatting to their friends. Critical thinking skills are a crucial life skill as well as a basis…

Smart Transition Strategies for Kids
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Smart Transition Strategies for Kids

To assist reduce meltdowns and unpleasant behavior in children, consider transition tactics and calming techniques. Transitions in preschoolers and transitions in the classroom are both addressed in this article. These strategies for dealing with transitions in children are priceless. Transitions are difficult for many children. And this is especially true if they’re busy playing with…

Things You Should Never Say to Your Child
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Things You Should Never Say to Your Child

There are numerous words and sentences that we do not consider to be dangerous, damaging, or just painful for children. If you want to retain a strong connection with your child and a sense of empowerment, here is a list of things you should never say to them. Children’s brains are still developing, so they…

Does Your Child Have Annoying Behaviours? Here Is How To Cope
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Does Your Child Have Annoying Behaviours? Here Is How To Cope

The true obstacle to positive parenting is our own minds, which are conditioned to think about anything but positive things, especially when confronted with unpleasant habits. Here’s how to change our minds and become the kind of parents we want to be. Obnoxious conduct may be frustrating, whether it’s your child burping loudly at the…

Things You Can do if Your Child is a Sore Loser
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Things You Can do if Your Child is a Sore Loser

I used to consider my child a bitter loser. I can’t tell you how many times my five-year-old has thrown a fit, including throwing dice and other game pieces all over the floor and yelling for a long time after losing a game. I know how to read his expression when he realizes the game…

Empower Your Attention-Seeking Children
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Empower Your Attention-Seeking Children

It is attachment, not attention, that drives attention seeking behavior.Humans are built to protect themselves from the loss of attachment. This is how you can help your child break the cycle of bad conduct. We prefer to think about attachments in terms of people, but we can attach to items, places, hobbies, and other things…

What Happens When We Force Children to Say “I’m Sorry”
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What Happens When We Force Children to Say “I’m Sorry”

We ask our children to apologize and say sorry far too often. But how many times do they say they’re sorry? How many times do they say it with sincerity? And even if they do, what is the point? This is the true essence of apologizing, and what we should instead teach our children. Should…

Tips To Strengthen Your Child’s Impulse-Control
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Tips To Strengthen Your Child’s Impulse-Control

Irrational behavior (or the lack thereof) is a major parenting challenge no matter how old your child is. This is How Positive Parenting Can Help Your Child Develop Impulse Control. They could be too quick to punch a sibling, overly demanding on something happening RIGHT NOW, and keep asking for the same thing even after…

The Worst Children’s Books (You Should Probably Avoid)
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The Worst Children’s Books (You Should Probably Avoid)

Each of us has our own preferences. However, what about these bedtime stories? They are the wretchedest of the wretched. Continue reading for the list of the worst children’s books ever written. You’re nearing the end of your bedtime routine. Your children have been given a bath. Their teeth are brushed, their jammies are on,…

Children’s Books About Perseverance
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Children’s Books About Perseverance

Teach kids the value of perseverance with these fiction and nonfiction books that show why sticking to a goal despite obstacles or setbacks can be extremely rewarding. The ability to persist with anything in order to achieve a desired objective or destination is such an important life skill. What if, after 27 years in prison,…

How To Stop a Screaming Match with Your Child or Teen
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How To Stop a Screaming Match with Your Child or Teen

Isn’t it true that if shouting worked, parenting would be simple? We’d just yell, “Do it!” and our kids would follow suit. But here’s the truth: shouting isn’t effective. “When you yell, you become your children’s emotional equal.” Personally, I feel that parents shout at their children because they have exhausted all other options for…