Connecting with young teens can be challenging but time spent with them will be rewarding for both parents and kids
Unconditional love coupled with positive discipline is helpful for raising healthy resilient kids.
Does your child still wet the bed? Here are some tips for helping you and your kid get through these nightly inconveniences.
Most parents love their children. However, many children don’t feel loved. Perhaps parents aren’t “speaking” their child’s primary love language.
When a new baby arrives, an older sibling may become jealous. Here are some ideas on how to make sure you give enough attention for two and not wear yourself out.
It’s easier than ever to let your family and friends know how much you care.
When connecting with your newborn isn’t your natural response
Our kids show us what it means to have the bold spirit of a child. They live all in, and through them God shows parents how to do the same.
Shame may be an effective method for modifying behavior, but it shapes a child in all the wrong ways.
Spending one-on-one time with kids allows for a deeper connection between Dads and children, especially when you help them look forward to the time, enjoy an activity with them and then reflect on what you did.