Helping Your Teenager Cope With Rejection

Helping Your Teenager Cope With Rejection

Most of us remember our own teenage years with something resembling a grim horror that we have since managed to transform into laughter reserved only for those who have already been there.  But what do you do when suddenly you are the parent of a teenager and how do you help your teenager maintain confidence [Read On]

Bully Proof Your Kid

5 Ways to Bully Proof Your Kid

  Bully proof has become a buzz term in recent years as interventions have become commonplace in workplaces and schools. According to reports, 25% of public schools state that bullying among children occurs on a weekly or daily basis. Bullying refers to unwanted, aggressive behavior in which school aged children use a perceived or real [Read On]

10 Things You Should Never Do in Front of Your Kids

10 Things You Should Never Do in Front of Your Kids

As a parent, you play a major role in the development of your child. For this reason, you influence your children’s behavior. Children imitate everything you do and integrate what they see into their lives. Therefore, it is imperative you set the appropriate examples for your children. Kids are like sponge-they absorb items and learn [Read On]

Growing While Raising the Difference between Raising Your 1st and 2nd Child

Growing While Raising: The Difference Between Raising Your 1st and 2nd Child

Whether you’ve been a parent for a year or 20, you recognize that each child’s different. Your children have varied personalities, their reaction to you is different, and this frequently has to do with birth order. Each birth position comes with certain characteristics and attributes although exceptions may exist occasionally. For each child, you’ll discover [Read On]

Sick Days Do’s and Don’ts When Your Child is Sick

Sick Days: Do’s and Don’ts When Your Child is Sick

Do’s The ultimate goal of your child’s sick day is to recover as quickly as they can. The hope is that they will miss out on as little school and as few activities as possible, which is in both their and your best interest. This requires an attitude of optimism, a bold outlook and a [Read On]