Tips for Creating Chores for Your Children

Children learn things at the knees of their mothers that they can’t learn anywhere else. They learn about life and how to experience it. As the parent, you really are your children’s first teacher – and, your home is their first schoolhouse. As parents, you have embarked upon the journey of ... Read More

Nurture Over Nature

Do you remember the exact moment you held your baby for the first time? I bet that you do. Most of us mothers can remember that moment as if it were yesterday. The power of that experience, whether you bonded with your child or not, set in motion a force of neural-connections, forevermore ... Read More

Tips for Parenting Babies During the First Year of Life

If you have a new baby at home, you may be overwhelmed and amazed at the changes your baby goes through in his first year alone. The brain development that happens in your baby, including basic problem-solving, is phenomenal in the first year. Meanwhile, your baby also begins to develop social and ... Read More

The Four Pillars of a Healthy Relationship

A healthy relationship is based on four words: love, commitment, obligation, and responsibility. Before one can enter into a healthy relationship, one must first know themselves, acknowledge and recognize their patterns, and consciously override the impulse to connect with someone who sets off ... Read More

Getting Your Child Ready for College

If you’re the parent of a new high school graduate, the day that once seemed so far away is suddenly straight ahead: the day your child leaves the nest for her freshman year of college. Wasn’t it just yesterday that you were singing lullabies and changing diapers? Now here your child stands ... Read More