When a child believes that she can accomplish the task at hand, even if it is slightly challenging, she is motivated to try hard to succeed. This is the nature of sports.
Anything you can do to liken what you’re learning to something you know a lot about will help solidify that information in your brain.
It can be a crazy time but so worth it.
Look inward and evaluate honestly.
Sometimes our perspective needs a refresh button, and reframing and creating quality time may be your pathway to deeper connection with your child or tween.
Being able to reflect on the qualities of your childhood, compare it to where you are now and grow.
Often taking parenting conflict into account makes a big difference in discussions about staying together for children.
Challenging activities give students opportunities to apply and integrate what has been taught in ways that allow for creativity.
Here are creative and impactful ways to raise children to understand money.
Your child will have cherished memories of your own parenting.
Students need great teachers to instruct them on how to brainstorm, solve problems, and collaborate with others.
The reason it is so intimidating is that we must learn a bunch of skills and coordinate them at once.
— Editor’s note: This post is offered as a book excerpt; it is the Introduction of Positive Parenting (2019, Lasting Impact Press) by parenting expert and educator Dr. John D Rich, Jr. — There are seven main positive parenting tips that will be the focus of my attention in this book. Here is a brief synopsis…
It takes a large number of counterexamples to motivate our brains to question our beliefs.
Teach your children that all of the virtues – compassion and bravery, love and assertiveness – have their place in the lives of successful, well-rounded people.
Positive parenting is more effective than harsh tactics