Archive for 'Family Life'

Teaching Kids Money Management

Teaching Kids Money Management

Why allowing our children to make a few mistakes can be one of the best ways to teach kids to be financially savvy. Kids and Money As parents, we want our children to grow into self [...]

Family Financial Values

Family Financial Values

A few tips on how to teach our kids to be financially responsible. Family Financial Values Believe it or not, someday your children will be financially independent and, hopefully, responsible. But it won’t happen without a [...]

Divorce and Successful Shared Parenting

Divorce and Successful Shared Parenting

Whether you live in separate homes or separate cities, sharing the parenting of a child requires a special touch, and a willingness to put your child’s needs and feelings ahead of your own. Today, many marriages [...]

Helping Kids Cope with a Parent’s Job Loss

Helping Kids Cope with a Parent’s Job Loss

The loss of a job impacts everyone in a family, including kids. But there are ways to help your children understand and cope with your job loss. Raising a family can feel overwhelming when job loss [...]

Vacations Plans and Divorce

Vacations Plans and Divorce

Balancing the summer school break when divorce is part of your family. Vacations and Divorce Summer time can create special challenges for families where divorce is part of the picture. For children with two parents in [...]

Over-Scheduled and Stressed Out Teens

Over-Scheduled and Stressed Out Teens

Is your teen taking on too much? From part-time jobs to band and sports, too many activities can play havoc with your teen’s academic success. Is your teen contemplating taking on a part-time job while attending [...]

When Kids Spend Too Much Time With Friends

When Kids Spend Too Much Time With Friends

While friendship is important to children, too much time with friends can spell trouble. Kids and Friends While it’s important and natural for children to have friends, when friends become their number one focus, problems can [...]

The Family Virtues Guide

The Family Virtues Guide

Compiled by “The Virtues Project”, an international organization dedicated to inspiring spiritual growth in young and old alike, this multicultural, interfaith handbook shows parents and teachers how to turn words into actions and ideals into realities. [...]

Now I Know Why Tigers Eat Their Young

Now I Know Why Tigers Eat Their Young

“My teenager is driving me crazy!” Sound familiar? Dr. Peter Marshall has revised and updated his popular guide for parents trying to cope with the mood swings, the rebellious nature, and, of course, just the general [...]

Girls Will Be Girls

Girls Will Be Girls

Girls Will Be Girls will enlighten parents on ways to empower girls from age 6 to 16 to face today’s challenging world. Author Joann Deak uses the latest brain research to illustrate the exciting new ways [...]