How to Instill Confidence in Your Child

All children face some hardships while trying to become confident. It is an important responsibility of the parents to equip the children with enough confidence. With confidence they will not only survive, but thrive in life. Self confidence and competence supplement each other. A confident child will have a positive and realistic perception of his […]

Six Tips for Parenting Special Needs Children

Every parent works hard to raise healthy, happy and well-rounded children. Parents raising children with special needs face a somewhat more difficult task in achieving this goal. There are a few things you can do that may help. 1. Embrace Resources Thoroughly research any resources that are available in or near your community. If you […]

How to Help Your Children Through Your Divorce

As a parent you need to think about your children before you decide to carry on with your divorce procedure. There is no doubt that your children will be traumatized by your divorce. They can feel confused, disoriented and devastated. You need to consider all the possible scenarios and make sure your children would feel […]

Parenting Help: Best Tips to Become Perfect Parents

Being a parent is said to be one of the toughest jobs. It is also one of the jobs that provides the most contentment and happiness. Watching your child grow up to be a successful and a good individual gives immense satisfaction. Here are some pointers that can help you be a great parent. Keep […]

There’s A Class for That: Parenting 101

Often times, the most important things don’t come with instruction manuals: buying your first house, raising children, correcting your boss. In the age of the Internet, there are endless resources, countless voices, and infinite opinions who are ready to pitch their two cents in on how you go about your life. While that may be […]

Balancing Being a Parent and Being a Friend

(Editor’s note: a big thank you to Elaine for her insights on balanced parenting here. Thanks Elaine!) How children are parented will affect them for the rest of their lives. As primary caregivers, parents are responsible for the physical, emotional and psychological welfare of their children. Yet parents need to be wary of sweeping statements […]