Fall Family Bonding Activities

Life is a series of memories, and bonding with your child assures that he will have happy memories. With schools back in session and cooler temperatures moving in, here are a few simple fall child-centered activities that require active listening and help you take time to be present with your child. ... Read More

Teaching Children the Importance of Gratitude

November 1st marks the start of what many have begun celebrating as the month of giving thanks. All across social media, you will find people of all ages sharing their 30 Days of Gratitude and 30 Days of Thanks. The idea centers around Thanksgiving, and sharing what you are grateful for each ... Read More

Helping Your Child Cope With Anger

Do you find your child lashing out? Are you having trouble communicating with your child during moments of extreme frustration or aggression? As I explained in my previous article, while children are growing and still learning how to cope with anger, they tend to instinctively use anger as a ... Read More

Understanding Your Child’s Anger

As a parent, you know that sometimes your children seem to get angry out of the blue, without warning or reasonable explanation. To understand how to help children work through anger, it first helps to understand where this emotion comes from and how children process anger differently than ... Read More

Violence on TV and How It Can Affect Your Children

Studies show that violence on television does have an adverse affect on children and the way they think and act. This is true not only for young children, but some recent studies indicate that watching violence on television can even impact adults. We know that for the most part, children learn ... Read More