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Managing Your Child’s Meltdowns
Meltdowns certainly happen to kids of any age, but they are most prevalent in kids between two and four years of age...
Solutions for Siblings’ Squabbles
Siblings squabbling: it’s not just a tongue twister! If you have more than one child, sibling rivalry is a likely...
Dealing with Mommy Guilt
Guilt. It’s no fun. It’s also inevitable, especially for parents. Why do you feel guilty? Maybe you feel like you’re...
Raising an Empathetic Child
Many years ago, when my children were young, our house burned down on Christmas Eve. Fortunately, we got out safely...
Be a more emotionally intelligent dad
Chances are you know all about IQ, or your intelligence quotient. We are all pressured from the time we are young to be smarter, stronger and more successful. But what about your EQ?
How to help a quiet kid find her voice
The first thing I’d like parents to know is that when a child is quiet, that’s a personality trait, not a deficit or a fault
How to be a good sports parent
We see the best and worst of human behavior on display during youth sporting events and both are behaviors that kids learn from their parents.
Dreams of sleepaway camp
To this day, when I think of camp, I think of afternoons spent learning archery, doing wood-burning crafts, and riding horses, and nights sitting around the campfire, making s’mores
Going for the Goals
Preparing for a year of accomplishment for the whole family
Happy Father’s Day to the Other Dads
Celebrating the men who step up for kids who aren’t their own