Archive for 'Behavior'

Airplane Travel

Airplane Travel

Making air travel enjoyable for kids and the other passengers. Kids and Air Travel In today’s world, air travel means arriving at the airport early to leave ample time to go through security – meaning children [...]

Is There a Santa?

Is There a Santa?

What to say when your child questions the big guy in red. Is there a Santa? During this time of the year, you can count on a few things. Children will begin to be inundated with [...]

Hidden Signs That Your Child is Being Bullied

Hidden Signs That Your Child is Being Bullied

From name calling to physical abuse, bullying is devastating to a child’s sense of self worth. Is your child the victim of bullying? Sometimes the signs are hard to spot, but kids who avoid school, complain [...]

Signs Your Child is Being Bullied Online

Signs Your Child is Being Bullied Online

Here’s a question every parent should ask themselves, “is your child a victim of cyber-bullying?”  Signs of Cyber Bullying There is nothing more disheartening than to discover that peers are bullying your child. But sometimes the signs [...]

Keeping Teen Girls Safe

Keeping Teen Girls Safe

Tips on keeping our teenaged daughters safe in today’s world. Teen Girl Safety As our children become independent safety takes on a new meaning.  For example, our teen daughters can become the brunt of harrasment that [...]

How Girls Communicate

How Girls Communicate

Some tips for communicating with your adolescent daughter. How Girls Communicate If you’re the parent of a daughter, you know one thing for certain.  Girls are complicated creatures, especially during the adolescent years, when their emotions [...]

Girls and Fitness

Girls and Fitness

Keeping our daughters tuned into keeping fit Girls and Fitness Funny thing happens to girls on their way to becoming young women…they become more sedentary. Stasticis tell us, time and time again, that once girls hit [...]

What to Do About a Child Who Tattles on Siblings

What to Do About a Child Who Tattles on Siblings

Why do some children resort to tattling on their brothers and sisters? Maybe they need to have their feelings validated by Mom or Dad. If you’re the parent of more than one child then you’ve probably [...]

Teaching Problem Solving

Teaching Problem Solving

The importance of teaching children self-discipline and problem solving. Teaching Problem Solving When it comes to discipline and children, the goal shouldn’t be controlling children, but rather helping them to learn self-control.  And the more our [...]

Setting Limits on Screen Time

Setting Limits on Screen Time

What kids are really missing when they’re stuck in front of a TV. Setting Limits on Screen Time Stats tell us children spend an average of four hours a day watching TV.  That means that outside [...]