Obedience: Why Do You Have to Tell Them Five Times?
By Dr. Laura Markham
The evolution of child rearing
The evolution of child rearing No Comments Posted on January 20, 2016 by Jenny Bailey — I’m obsessed with the importance of how we raise our children and I love to read. The holiday period is a great opportunity for me because when I am not hanging out with my family, I get to read. This [...]
5 Ways to Help Siblings Develop Emotional Intelligence Skills Every Day
5 Ways to Help Siblings Develop Emotional Intelligence Skills Every Day No Comments Published by Perigee/Penguin. How do children learn social and emotional intelligence skills? Practice, practice, practice. Parents have to explain, model, and repeat themselves, over and over. It can seem endless. But there are ways to help children learn faster, by taking advantage [...]
No Spanking, No Time-Out, No Problems
No Spanking, No Time-Out, No Problems No Comments Published by Olga Khazan on Mar 28, 2016 Say you have a problem child. If it’s a toddler, maybe he smacks his siblings. Or she refuses to put on her shoes as the clock ticks down to your morning meeting at work. If it’s a teenager, maybe [...]
How to praise kids for effort
How to praise kids for effort No Comments Published by Larissa Dann 28th August, 2014 This blog examines that very common parenting phrase (used innocently and with the best of intentions) - “I’m proud of you”. What are the implications of the word ‘proud’? How might our children perceive this form of praise? Some years [...]
10 commandments of good parenting
10 commandments of good parenting No Comments Does your child have behavior problems? Your relationship with your child likely needs some attention. By Jeanie Lerche Davis WebMD Feature Reviewed by Brunilda Nazario, MD 1. What you do matters. "This is one of the most important principles," Steinberg tells WebMD. "What you do makes a difference. [...]
How to teach our kids to be Emotionally Intelligent
Empathize with your child. Accept your child’s full range of emotions. Teach your toddlers emotion. Identify their emotion so they can develop the language of the emotion.