Los Angeles parents: please join us for this class to address some of our hardest parenting challenges – Tantrums, Testing and Talking Back! Jennifer Waldburger, LCSW has tons of sage advice to help us regain our sanity. Read on for details…
As we give and give and give to our broods, our own happiness often feels like second fiddle. In part 1 of our series on Finding Happiness in the New Year, Dr. Aymee Coget offers 6 easy tips to instill into our daily routines to help increase the happiness quotient in our lives. Happy New Year to you and yours!
Every month, we will ask our experts to answer the questions most important to YOU. What are your most pressing issues? LET US GET YOU SOME ANSWERS!
Is the fascination guns hold for boys part of their DNA? Maybe so says Michael Thompson and Nancy Carlsson-Paige, both authors and child development experts.
Child development specialist, Gila Brown explains how parental attention meets an important developmental need in young children and offers tips for dealing with clingy or negative attention-seeking behavior in kids.
Do you ever feel you’re raising a tyrant whose every sentence ends in “I want it!”? Sociologist Dr. Christine Carter from the Greater Good Science Center shares useful advice on how to end the great entitlement battle.
Have a “take-charge” kind of kid? One that controls playground situations, art projects, and, well… Everything? Concerned about who s/he might become? Tammy Gold, parenting coach, sends some solutions to help manage our bossy babes.
What to do about a Jewish kid counting down the minutes until the Easter Bunny’s arrival — or a Catholic kid who wants to have a Passover Seder? Family therapist Suzanne Cooper tells us how to respond when children want to celebrate holiday customs outside their own family’s faith traditions.
Need a little help navigating through your little one’s enormous outbursts of frustration? So do we! That’s why we’re hosting amazing parenting expert, Jennifer Waldburger, for a chat on our Facebook page Thursday, May 17th at 2pm PDT/5pm EDT. Join us to get your questions answered!
Fascinating historical tidbits about how mamas have been raising their kids for the past 100+ years.