How can parents help a hurting child? The book of Job provides great guidelines on what you can do and what you should avoid.
Try this effective technique for partnering with your child to find solutions to the problems you face in your home.
Kids fooling around when they should be listening and learning? Try these tips to get your daily family devotions back on track.
Kids who listen and obey are like the holy grail of parenting. If your children are struggling in this area, try this one simple change to your parenting style that will help increase their compliance and obedience.
Adolescence is the time that the process of separation from parents begins. This can lead to a disconnect between parents and teens. Here we explore some things you can do to keep the lines of communication open and improve your relationship with your teen.
What is a “teachable moment”? How can I spot them and capitalize on them? Here we will explore how you can know when the ground of your child’s heart is fertile for planting seeds of truth as well as a few examples of what you can do and use during these “teachable moments.”
Here we’ll explain how you can teach your children S.T.A.L.L., our technique for conflict resolution. It’s best to introduce any new program or idea during times of calm. We’ll talk about using role play and brainstorming to walk your kids through the various steps.
Parenting is a team sport and our children are our star players. In order for any team to be successful, they need to have a strong bond. Here we will explore some suggestions on how you can strengthen your relationship with your kids.
Did you know that you have the secret code that will help you better understand and manage your child’s difficult feelings? It’s YOU! You can use your own feelings as a way to connect to and empathize with strong emotions emitted by your child.