In parenthood, parents may find themselves struggling to find the right words to convey their thoughts and feelings. At times, the tone and choice of words may affect the intended ...
Childhood depression is more than the normal “blues” and every day emotions that occur in a child. Disruptive mood dysregulation disorder (DMDD) is a childhood condition of ext...
Have you ever wondered why kids today seem to get bored, frustrated and impatient so easily? Are you worried that we’re raising a generation of entitled kids? Growth mindset r...
The terrible twos is a normal stage in a child's development in which a toddler can regularly rebound between reliance on adults and a newly burgeoning desire for independence. I...
1. Start Small A child does not truly understand the concept of sharing until about age 5. However, a child can be taught to understand some basic rules. such as waiting your turn...
Getty Images Time-out certainly sounds like a brilliant fix: A child spends a few minutes sitting alone, and emerges calm and cooperative. Parents often admit that it simply does...
Is your little one a little reserved in front of other kids? These tips will help her open up and interact! Stop the comparison! It's never a good idea to compare your child to o...
Photo credit: Shutterstock Montessori can be hard to sum up in just a few words—it is a philosophy on education and child development that runs deep. It’s a way of seeing the ...
The last thing all parents want to hear is a complain from your little one’s teacher that he bit and pulled someone’s hair in childcare. Why does it happen and how can you hand...
Image credit: Getty Images When your child is having a meltdown in public, the last thing you want to do is to lose yourself and join in the frustration. Kids between age 1 to 4 ...