Studies have found that siblings can impact each other's development more than parents. Learn what you can do to foster healthy and positive sibling relationships in your home.
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These articles provide information on child development, why kids do what they do, parenting essentials and mental health and wellness tips.
Get practical tips on how to help your child identify, process and uncover the root cause of his or her angry feelings.
Anger is an emotion that we all experience. In this article, we will take an close-up look at anger from a Christian perspective. You might be surprised at what you learn.
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.
Self-esteem is a concept that has many parents confused. Here we will explore self-esteem from a Christian perspective as well as some ideas for application for Christian parents.
The decision to look through your child's things is one that should not be taken lightly. Here we help parents identify the circumstances in which an invasion of privacy is warranted.
Summer is a time for fun, but for some kids, it is a time of inertia. If your kids have difficulty entertaining themselves, read on for possible reasons why and some ideas to get them up and moving.
No one is perfect, but some kids think they should be. This post will help parents spot possible underlying problems and give tips on how to help a child with perfectionism.
Lying is a common behavior problem in childhood. But why do some children lie more than others? And what can Christian parents do about it? Here we will explore some answers to both of these questions.
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.
What do you do when your child doesn't seem to care? Addressing a hard heart is an important task for all Christian parents. Here we will identify some examples of intentional misbehaviors, what God has to say about hard hearts and what you can do to effectively address them.
Interrupting . . . running through the house . . . leaving dirty towels on the floor . . . these are all common childhood behaviors. And what they have in common is a focus on self. Here we will learn about selfish behaviors and how parents can address them.
All misbehaviors are not created equal. Figuring out the heart condition behind the behavior is important for Christian parents. Here we explore the first of the three different types of misbehaviors.
Figuring out if and when your child could benefit from therapy is not always easy. Here we will explore some answers to common questions that parents might have about children and therapy.
Does your child struggle with worry or anxiety? Here we will look to the Bible for inspiration for practical tips to combat worry.
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.
Sending children to their rooms is a common parenting intervention. And it is a good one. It just may not good for all situations. Read on to find out about how sending your children to their rooms may not be effective for sibling arguments.
Threats may give you instant results, but do nothing to train your child. Learn the difference between threats and warnings with definitions and examples.