Posts filed under ‘Culture and Family’
Is there a danger in raising nice kids? “Yes” says Parents Coach and author Timothy Smith. “Nice is not enough. Settling for nice is a decoy for parents.”
Gen iY is different from even older Gen Y. They have grown up with the iTunes and the Internet and they are very i-Focused. Come discover how to raise capable digital natives at THE STRATEGIC PARENT.
Fathers play a huge role in the lives of their daughters. What do daughters need from their dads?
Fatigued and frustrated parents need expert help, but aren’t desperate enough to call Super Nanny. What can they do? Invite an expert into their home.Tip: Focus on being clear, calm and consistent when giving your child guidance or discipline. Unfocused instructions frustrate kids. Anxious parents create anxious kids. Inconsistent parents make angry kids.
Today’s families are over-scheduled and under-connected, and parents make it worse by buying into the Enrichment Myth of “a busy child is a healthy child.”
12 Simple, Affordable ideas for a Recession Christmas that is long on fun and short on money.
You may not be able to give your child what he wants this Christmas; but you can give him what he needs.
Modern families substitute digital interactions for meaningful, face-to-face interaction, resulting in isolation.
For every hour that we spend on digital communication or entertainment, thirty minutes of meaningful face-to-face interaction is lost.