Show kids that the tools for a positive outlook are well within their reach.
I recently worked with my teen daughter to set up a fair consequence around one of her screen time rules. I've also include several examples of consequences from other parents.
You know how it’s your very favorite when someone tells you your kid looks exactly like their dad?
My favorite kind of parent are those who don’t pretend life is glitter and butterflies all the time. Let’s be honest: if your kid has never been in timeout or had that mean-fast-parent-walk head towards them, you should get some sort of medal.
In a world where an increasing number of children are being labeled with attention deficit disorders, it may be worth noting that attention is a muscle-like quality with the ability to be strengthened based on a more, shall we say, boring play room.
With a little nudging — and the right tools — they can be using that time to build creative skills while sharing their stories, opinions, and ideas.
It's a dark night. You've just escaped from a sprawling mansion deep in the Louisiana bayou. You're terrified. You've been shot at, bludgeoned, and stabbed as you try to escape this life-or-death situation.
If your kid is between 8 and 12 years old then you've got a Tween and you’ve got your work cut out for you!
It's hard to know where to draw the line for tots, tablets and other forms of tech.
Prepare for cuteness overload!