I have written about not guilting kids, and that doing so actually has more negative effects than benefits. But there is a fine line between guilting and readjusting a child’s perspective. Especially when it comes to being grateful, empathetic, and understanding. If you are too careful about avoiding any guilt trips, you may run the…
It is often said ‘start ‘em young’ but you don’t want to go too hard-core early getting them into a hobby and have them backlash against something that can bring a lifetime of joy. That’s certainly how I feel about introducing them into photography, I would rather indirectly have them casually experiment and organically ease…
At some point you’ll realize one day that you’ve been going through the motions and become a house cleaner 24/7. If you’re OCD like me, you’ll have to deal with it, these tips may help.
Living in a multicultural society brings up questions – and its worth having that discussion with kids early and in a positive and mature way.
Do you find yourself guilting your kid into doing this? It’s time to reconsider that unfair approach.
Curse words are all around us, especially in the media. As it gets harder to avoid them around your kids, how should you deal with the everyday onslaught.
Taking complex therapy concepts and simplifying them enough for kids to be effective – and for adults too!
This concept has been rolling around for a while – but once you think about the benefits it provides you and your kids you’ll want to start early.
Watch these classics with your kids, you’ll be surprised what great hidden gems these non-Disney cartoon films are.
Keep them interested in travel and the world around them. So that when they are ready to travel again they’re ready to go.