From Candida Abrahamson Ph.D.
Have a teenager? Finding the experience not, perhaps, unending simplicity and joy?
You’re not alone. Adolescence is a complicated time, during which the teen’s main job is seeking out his/her own identity separate from the parents’. The developmental tasks of adolescence are accomplished […]Read More
From Todd N Robinson
Among the many challenges of parenting, having a child with ADHD can further complicate daily interactions. If, as a parent, you don’t know how to efficiently interact with your child because of the particular way they process information, getting your child to follow directions […]Read More
From Stephanie L. Mann
Child abuse used to be a silent epidemic that was seldom discussed. However, the national news media has increased awareness about the abuse of children. We have heard horror stories about sexual assaults by priests, sex traffickers and; how predators with community status have been […]Read More
From Melinda Stagner
Have you ever given any thought to the liabilities of not living a pure life? And then what are the benefits of living a life that is pure.
4 LIABILITIES OF LIVING A PERMISSIVE LIFE
A SEARED CONSCIENCE – does not give you peace of […]Read More
From Alexandra Afari
Finding a nanny for your family can be a time consuming task one that often leaves families, confused, frustrated, or unsure of their decision. Bringing a new member into the family can be a stressful time, however, there are ten signs […]Read More
From Steve Wickham
Adults and those growing into some form of adulthood, however pubescent, are known to clash – and titanic these struggles can be. The scary thing is how quickly situations reach flashpoint. But the craziness of adolescence can be resolved.
Most mature adults, who have been that way for […]Read More
From Maudry Miller
When I was growing up, one often heard the very familiar phrase “It takes a village to raise a child.” In the small southern town where I grew up, it really did nearly take the whole town to nurture small children. There was […]Read More
From Kelly J Bawden
Talking to teenagers today is a real challenge. They have so many distractions that can keep them busy that it may seem impossible to even get time with them. However, talking to your teenager is more important than […]Read More
From Mark Korduba
I often get parents ringing me up to ask me how to deal with anger in their children. From my experience, Anger Management problems generally exist in children between the ages of 13-20 years. Usually there has been an anger outburst (e.g., […]Read More
From Lance Winslow
Okay so, you were once young too, and if you were a somewhat problematic teen for your parents, then you shouldn’t be all that surprised to find your offspring similar in that regard. Call it; your parent’s revenge. After all, you gave your parents quite a hard time […]Read More