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Change Your Child's Behavior

Change Your Child's Behavior

Behavior problems and what is normal behavior in a child is determined by child's age, physical and emotional development, personality and what is socially and culturally acceptable in his or her surroundings. A child who may be considered normal in one...

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Parent Burnout

Parent Burnout

Parent burnout is a state of mind. It happens when parents come to feel so emotionally exhausted that they cannot nurture, discipline or fuss with their children. It’s a point in life when the pleasure of parenting no longer exists. Instead, the parent...

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Parenting Your Teen into College

Parenting Your Teen into College

Getting a college degree is one of the best goals a teen can have. It is, however, also one of the hardest goals to achieve. Here are the steps you can take, as a parent of a teen, that will help your teen achieve the goal of going to college: Step #1:...

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Help Your Tween Make Friends

Help Your Tween Make Friends

Does your tween make friends easily? Or is something holding her back? By the time a youngster enters middle school, friendship problems may begin to present themselves in new ways. Friendships at this point in life are so important, because tweens are...

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Talking To Your Tween Daughter About Boys

Talking To Your Tween Daughter About Boys

A healthy interest in the opposite sex is one of the earmarks of adolescence. Although parents may restrict dating until the age of fifteen or sixteen, teenage girls begin to notice boys much earlier than that. Pairing up into couples in middle school...

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Teenager's Bitterness

Teenager's Bitterness

Why do our teens rebel? I would like to focus on two reasons why our children rebel and get so arrogant? By the way, do not be deceived. If your child complies with your request but does it with a poor attitude, know for sure that the child is in passive...

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Tween with an Attitude

Tween with an Attitude

Sometime between the ages of 8 and 10 (earlier if older siblings are around) your mostly sweet-tempered munchkin, the one who broke into a wide grin the second you walked in the room, will look you in the eye and sneer, "Why should I?" when you remind...

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Facts About Today's Tweens

Facts About Today's Tweens

Remember the song, Stuck in the Middle with You? That's where you and your tween are for the next few years, stuck in the preteen years. Understanding the social pressures and challenges tweens face, as well as some of the dangers, can help prepare you...

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