What are you struggling with right now? What parenting advice do you need? We’d love to help. Just type your questions into the comments on this post and we’ll consider them as we plan which topics to address in future posts, podcast episodes, and Instagram and Facebook discussions.
Posts in the "Questions" category:
Homework is a part of school and can be a battle with some kids. What are some strategies you have to deal with a child who refused to do their homework?
All children desire independence and at times that can lead to a power struggle with Parents. How do you avoid the battle of will with your children?
Summer can be a great time to create fun and lasting memories as a family. How is this possible when family time is limited due to the particular family circumstances?
Parenting teens can be quite a challenge! Every teen is different but for those of you out there who are parenting teens, please share any wise words you may have.
“My 13-year-old son has some friends that I’m worried about. They talk about girls in a way that isn’t very nice and swear (but usually just when they don’t think I’m listening), and the only thing they ever want to do is play Xbox or games on their phones. I’m worried that if I tell my son that I don’t want him hanging out with those boys, he’ll just want to hang out with them more. Any ideas for me?”
How do you connect with and show affection for a child who isn’t into hugs and kisses? Some children really don’t enjoy physical affection so how to you build a bond with them?
What skills do you think your children need to have by the time they leave your home? How can you teach them these skills effectively? Join this weeks conversation to share your ideas and learn from others.
Recently we received this question from a mom in our community: “How do I stop the whining when I ask my kids to do things? We have some children that just dig in their heels and won’t do anything unless threatened with punishment.” What advice do you have for her?
Life can be so busy and yet there are so many benefits to having family dinner. How do you make family dinner work with your family?
There are so many interesting, fun, and meaningful activities that our children could participate in. How do you decide what to do?
Whether it’s big or small taking some time to bring out a little extra lof this time of year builds relationships and creates lasting memories. And that’s what family is all about! Please share your answers to this week’s question in the comments.