Resilience protects youth from teenage problems. Help ease growing pains by improving your parental communication and connection. It just make all the difference!
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Your biological parents cannot be switched. Your past cannot be changed. However, your perspective can change. Consider how you might forgive your parents.
There are many advantages to volunteering for teens. In Canada Craig and Marc Kielburger provide prime examples of those benefits.
Both parents and adult children can discover how to mend or improve their relationship. Cut-off, conflict, and misunderstandings can be minimized.
Family stress is inevitable but overwhelm is not. Put some of these ideas into action to help you and your family thrive.
Dwayne Peace’s book, Parenting With Eyes Wide Open is an interweave of his past police work, his interactions with students, parents and others!
It is an era of the over-indulged child. Here we explore how we might build resilience while encouraging the development of responsible children.
With the fading of organized religion, there has been a lack and a hunger for old fashioned, wise guidance for goodness; for the virtues.
It is easier than you imagine to make a house into a home. Create a place of refuge for all family members including the children.
Do you remember a television show called Kids Say the Darndest Things? It aired from 1998 to 2000. Well, I propose that often times parents say the darndest things. I used to say them myself until I learned to improve my communication skills. Good parenting starts with awareness and then choosing better. Here we will […]
Invite and negotiate household workload.
She bent down and tied up her 9-year-old’s shoe strings. Remarkably, the little guy is a bright, and potentially capable, boy. Millennials (those born between the mid-1990s to early 2000s) are often times called The Me Me Me Generation. They tend to be over-protected from challenge, consequences, and tears. As the family researcher, Jean Illsley […]