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Kids who are clinically obese are self- diagnosable and self-treatable if the entire family is dedicated to living healthier lifestyles. Here are 8 ways to prevent weight gain and improve your family’s relationship with food.
There’s so much information out there discussing how to potty train your child. Here are a few things you should know to make the experience as painless as possible for yourself, and as positive and dignified as possible for your child.
We can’t afford to sidestep or skate by when it comes to discipline. There’s just too much at stake— discipline teaches your child to have healthy relationships, a good work ethic and a happy and balanced life.
The only person sleep training hurts is you, the parent. It is one of the toughest stages of parenting but once you succeed with your approach to sleep training you’ll feel confident handling the stages that come with your child’s development! Here are my corrective methods for training your child’s sleeping routine.
We need to understand that food issues in children under age nine to ten bother us, not kids. When we become anxious about their eating, they pick up on it and learn very quickly to use eating habits to get what they want from us
Discipline is actually an act of LOVE, and effective discipline teaches your child self-control that’s vital for success later in life.
Healthy communication with your children in the age of social media can be tough to achieve when surrounded by endless distractions! Like all great parenting, it is simple, but hard. Sometimes the simplest things we do as parents are the toughest. Learn 6 foolproof ways to improve your communication, today.
Sleep training can be a stressful time for parents, but if you build a foundation first it is much easier. Here are pediatrician recommended tips to creating a routine before you begin to sleep train.
I released a survey to parents I’d worked with or who followed my work online: TEN THOUSAND parents. I discovered something amazing: we parents share a lot of the same fears.