Does Your Child Feel Unmotivated? Here’s What You Can Do

A lot of our problems may go away the moment we accept that the only person we could ever have any real control over is ourselves. As parents, we naturally feel answerable for our children’s choices. The truth is, no one can be accountable for another person’s decisions. Make no mistake, your kids, however young, […]

Ways to Love Your Kids Based on Their Love Languages

Dr. Gary Chapman and Dr. Ross Campbell introduced the concept of love languages in the New York times bestselling book The Five Love Languages of Children. In it, they explore how some people love through physical touch, others through words of affirmation, acts of service, gifts, or quality time. While it’s certainly common to have […]

Are You Expecting Too Much from Your Child?

There is a saying that goes: Expectations are premeditated resentments. A universal truth in any relationship is assuming all the ways that another person should, could, or would behave, and feeling disappointed when these expectations aren’t met. The same goes with our children. We have so many aspirations for our kids, and our love for […]

10 Strategies You Can Use on Your Picky Eaters

It’s incredibly frustrating for parents to have children that refuse almost all kinds of food except bacon and fried chicken. This is especially hard when you have a party to go to where the menu is out of your hands, or when you want to have a “civilized” family meal in a place that doesn’t […]