Me first! This is a common cry among young children who are developmentally in a self-oriented phase. As Christian parents, we can address this focus on self through correction and encouragment.
Many children go through a phase of being afraid of the dark. If you find yourself in a nightly battle with your child, here are some insights to help you get to the bottom of their fears.
Is your toddler out of control? Get things back on track by following these 6 parenting tips.
If you have a highly sensitive child there are things you can do to instill and encourage healthy coping mechanisms. Here are several parenting tips for raising a highly sensitive child.
Most children know that they should not talk to strangers. But do our kids know who qualifies as a stranger? Here we will get back to basics and explore what you can say to make sure your children know how to be safe.
Is your child afraid of the dark? Here we will uncover some possible underlying causes and think “outside the box” for ways to address this very common childhood issue.
It can be hard to determine if difficult behaviors in our children are indicative of a more serious problem or if they are just a phase. Here we will take a look at some helpful insights on child development from the Gesell Institute of Human Development.
Sexual abuse thrives on secrecy. We need to cut off its lifeline by educating ourselves and proactively taking measures to protect our children. Here are 6 things you can do to help protect your child from sexual abuse.
Disciplining a toddler is hard. Sometimes our presuppositions and beliefs about this stage of development can make it harder. Here we explore some mental pitfalls that can prevent parents from making the most of those impressionable early years.