Kids who outright refuse to obey can be a challenge to deal with. Here we explore why kids overtly disobey and how parents can effectively respond.
Author - Laura Kuehn, LCSW
It can be hard to get kids to hear and obey and instruction. This post explores passive disobedience and what you can do about it.
Are you confused about the use of time out in discipline? This post examines why time out does not work and what makes it more effective.
Here are 10 tips to help stop a panic attack in its tracks. Includes resources, helpful info on body systems and a quick reference tool.
What are the things Christian parents need to know about kids and cell phones? Here we explore it from a developmental point of view.
Here we explore some information and tips on how Christian parents can teach their kids to practice mindfulness biblically.
Connection is essential for effective parenting. Here we explore a variety of ways you can connect with your child at every stage of development.
If you are struggling to be the kind of parent you would like to be, parent counseling might be right for you. Find out how it is different from coaching and how it can help.
Safety is a primal need. Let's explore how parents can help kids feel safe in a sometimes unsafe world. Includes tips for Christian parents.
Some kids are struggling socially right now. Here are 9 steps parents can take to help a child who has lost social skills. Help them re-engage and re-connect.
You may be struggling right now as a Christian parent, overwhelmed with your role. Let's look to the Bible for assurances that God has equipped you for the task.
It can be hard to find a therapist that "fits." Here are some tips to help you find a therapist that is right for you.
With all that we face, it is important that we help develop our children's emotional intelligence. Here are some concrete tips from a Christian perspective.
As Christian parents, we want to raise kids with a strong faith. But what if we are having faith struggles ourselves? Let's look to the Bible for answers.
Now more than ever, we need to raise kids who have deep roots of faith. This post explores a number of different things you can do to disciple your children at every age.
Self-examination and looking deep into our hearts with the eyes of Jesus is a discipline. Here are some concrete ways to help your kids examine their hearts.
Does your little one struggle to leave playdates? These 5 tips will equip you with the tools needed to help your preschooler with transitions.
The fuller our lives get, the easier it is to let our parenting slide. If you are a weary Christian parent, here are some tips to help you re-engage and get your parenting back on track.
If you find that your kids don't listen to you, these three reasons might uncover the reason why, and what you can do about it.
It's easy to let the headlines fill us with fear lately. We can either turn off all connection with the outside world or we can fill our hearts up with something else entirely.