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.
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Is it somehow “wrong” for parents to choose to have only one child? Mother of one, Heidi Lindelof, opens our eyes to the many ways folks place judgement on the parents of only children.
The holidays are here, which means families and friends will gather, and little kids will misbehave. What will you do when another parent’s child flagrantly misbehaves in front of you? Should you say something or bite your tongue? Michele Borba, Ed.D., has some tips to keep the peace during the holidays, and every day.
Learning to parent alone can be a huge struggle. Dr. Savitri Dixon-Saxon, a single mother herself, offers advice on single parenting after divorce.
How’s the time-out working for ya? If your experience is like lots of parents, you might be seeking alternatives to what often ends up in a battle of wills. Noel Janis-Norton shares how “earning privileges” is another good alternative to the much-debated Time-Out.
In this resource round-up we have funny books, thought-provoking articles, and websites all about supporting Dads. Happy Father’s Day men!
Got questions? We’ve got a team of renowned experts to help with all your parenting problems! Just tell us your needs and we’ll get on it.
Wishing your child would cooperate without a fuss? Us too! Read on for strategies we bet you’ve never heard before, from the renown child development expert, Noel Janis-Norton.
Robin Miller, best-selling cookbook author, nutritionist, and star of The Food Network television show “Quick Fix Meals with Robin Miller”, shares her advice on how to deal with all the tootsie rolls, milky ways, and smarties coming our way.
You’re at a play date, and the next thing you know your child has launched a fist into the back of his pal. What now? Author and Parent Educator, Elizabeth Pantley, is here with answers on what to do to help curb childhood aggression.