Category Archives: Teach

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Family Traditions and Rituals that Establish Bonds

This is a Guest Post by Rebecca Eanes, Author of “Positive Parenting: An Essential Guide.” The loving rituals and family traditions we experienced as children hold a special place in…

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One Queston Helped Me Understand My Kids’ Behavior & Needs: “What do You Worry About Most?”

As I shared our family night lesson, my 3 oldest boys were sitting on the couch with less than thrilled looks on their faces, Emma was coloring Belle on the…

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How to Successfully Respond to ANY Child Behavior. Simply Do Your BEST.

What if there was one simple pattern of actions that would help us to positively impact almost any behavioral conflict that arises in our parenting? Would you be interested? There…

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What to Do When Your Child Throws A Tantrum In Public

You are at the end of a rather successful shopping endeavor when your 4 year old decides she is DONE. She drops to the floor and in a equally exhausted…

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Change Mealtime Woes Into Mealtime Wins!

Mealtime is a busy period of the day when schedules converge and stress is often high. Power struggles about refusing to sit at the table with the family, veggie battles,…

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The Gift of Failure Book review

Parents are always talking about the things we sacrifice to make things better for our children. We give gifts of time and attention. We give physical gifts in the form…

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Childhood Anxiety: Signs, Symptoms & Solutions

Sometimes it’s easy to spot: the outward nervousness, nail biting, jitteriness, moodiness, irritability, and outright refusal to participate in a specific activity, like school. Other times anxiety is not as…

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How to Decrease Sibling Fighting and Increase Love

“Ahhhhhh!” Berkeley screamed as he chased his older brother, Culyar, around the house. My oldest son ran just a few steps ahead of his little brother with a half smerky…

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The Disease Every Parent Needs to Guard Their Child Against: A “Me, Me, Me, Epidemic” Book Review

If you knew there was a new, highly contagious, highly destructive disease epidemic being passed around at school, at the play ground, throughout your community and even in your own…

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3 Lessons From Disney’s New Cinderella that Make Me Want My Kids to Watch it Again and Again

Remember the feverish obsession kids had with Frozen? How can we forget, right? You may still be having nightmares of Elsa that you continue working through with your therapist. You…

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