Credit: child psychologist Dr. Diana Barrett, LingoKids.com Kids’ sleep issues can be a common challenge for children of all ages and backgrounds. Whether it’s difficulty falling asleep, fears around bedtime, or disrupted sleep patterns, finding effective solutions is crucial for both the child’s well-being and the sanity of parents. Here, we’ll explore some valuable tips shared
As parents, we want to protect our children from fear, but we can end up doing more harm than good depending on how we talk to them about their anxious feelings. Here are some pointers for helping children cope with nervous emotions.
Teaching your children to advocate for themselves in an age-appropriate way is just as important as learning to walk, potty train, read or tie their shoes. Here are five ways you can help your child advocate for themselves effectively.
Making sure your kids know what they need to before they leave the house and go out on their own can is a big job but there are a few skills that you can work on together before your not-so-little bird leaves the nest.
If you are noticing that your children are not listening as well as you would like them to or following these rules as consistently as they used to, it might be time for a family meeting to help remind everyone of the things that are important to your family.