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Having conversations with our kids is critical for building a solid foundation of trust, demonstrating steadfast love, and teaching them how to grow as a young person. These 50 questions to ask your kids are a great starting point for conversations around the dinner table.
What causes kids to not listen? Distraction is a major obstacle, but inconsistent or unclear boundaries, and a lack of respect, are also big contributors.
Holiday stress between parents and young adult children may occur when both parties have different expectations about the holidays. But that stress can be relieved.
Contributor journals are an easy, fun way to stay connected to your family.
If you want influence later, play with your kids now.
Helping your children deal with their anger can seem impossible when emotions run high. But you can train your kids to recognize triggers and replace them with truths that will help them get out of their angry cycle.
Is your teen hurting? Instead of lecturing, try guiding your child with these three principles
For parents, few things are as scary as the day we stand in the driveway and watch our teenaged children drive off in a car, alone, for the first time. But more unsettling is the first time they drive away with another teen.
Helping children develop healthy ways to think through and talk about their anger.