Authoritative parenting values the relationship with their son or daughter while valuing the development of their child. The New Year is a great time to focus on implementing this parenting style in your life.
The news can often terrify children. As a parent, you can help your kids sort through news stories they might see on TV.
Community is essential for all parents, but especially single parents as we often manage the work of two people on our own.
What’s interesting about nature and nurture in child development is that they are both significantly impacted by the way God made us.
Raising your child with special needs well is a marathon, not a sprint. Teaching social and behavioral skills will take time and energy.
The purpose for having a phone contract is to make sure everyone in the family is on the same page and in agreement with cell phone expectations. The goals are to encourage relationship, conversation, and responsibility with and without devices. “Keep your heart with all vigilance, for from it flow the springs of life.” – …
A song many Christians know comes from a Bible verse found in Matthew 20:26. It says “if you want to be great in God’s kingdom, learn to be the servant of all.” Showing steadfast love for your school involves learning to help and serve others. This is a concept you as a parent can share …
Children need both their parents. When mom and dad connect, they can complement each other’s styles.
Solid strategies for helicopter parents that can land the whirlybird while encourage their children’s growth and learning.
Sometimes letting kids make mistakes can be the best help a parent can give.