The 7 Traits of Effective Parenting is a simple framework of seven powerful traits that will help you grow in your parenting journey, and be the most effective parent you can be.
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Give your grandkids shared experiences to help them build stronger bonds with one another.
Have the courage to talk about sex and respect with your sons.
The point of these family adventures is the together time, but don’t underestimate the break in routine that kids need, especially as they get older. A change of scenery can help kids process life and new ideas, and maybe discover something new about themselves.
Sibling conflict is unavoidable. It’s just part of life with young humans whose “life-giving skills are still developing,” Cartmell explains. But that conflict can have benefits.
Take some time to learn about the personalities of people around you. The goal is for your family to take the frustration that can come from different personalities and turn it into understanding how different personalities can benefit each other.
For those of you with children with special needs, here are some tips that may help your children hold on to the recent gains they’ve made in school and in therapy sessions, while they’re learning at home.
Even when school is out, your student can still shine Christ’s light for those at their school. Here are a few practical ways students can share God’s love with their school while at home.
Feeling depressed? Bible verses about faith and hope along with coping skills may offer help to families during the hard times of quarantine.