Most parents feel pressured to have well-behaved children. The pressure comes from well-meaning family, teachers, and judgmental stares from strangers.
The sleeping patterns of babies are often unpredictable and complex. They raise difficult questions and pose a great challenge for new parents.
Emotional intelligence is a child’s ability to perceive, understand, and effectively manage their own feelings; to read subtle cues; and relate empathically to the feelings of others.
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- Working on night time fears
- Managing allergies and anxiety it builds
- Managing rough housing between twins
- Managing hitting between twins
- Sleep Solutions for 5 months old
- When do the young children begin to express empathy with their sibling
- Handling a tantrum
- Managing going on a trip with a preschooler
- Speaking to a 4 year old about death, gender and race
- Sleep with an infant and a toddler
- What to do after a four year has a medical scare
- Dealing with sibling rivalry
- Helping a school age child deal with being different than their friends
- Toddler is screeching - how do you handling it?
- Managing the sleep of a toddler
- How to manage the allowance of a school age child
- Handling the playground etiquette
- Potty training ideas
- Managing when a child says "I hate you"
- Handling Santa Claus
- Managing the nightmares of young children
- Changing children in the midst
- Making a decision around full or half day for a toddler and preschool
- How much responsibility do you give a first grader?
- Getting back into the sleep routine after a vacation
- How do you manage a strong willed child?
- How do you help a child learn to say hello?
- How to help a toddler have empathy and patience?
- Getting back on the sleeping track after a vacation
- How to help a toddler sleep at preschool
- Making sure a preschooler gets ready for school
- 2 year old is not napping NOW What!
- Helping a 3 year old talk about their feelings
- Helping a preschooler deal with Moving their home
- How to manage a traveling parent with a young child?
- Dealing with a toddler asking for connection when parents need to care for infant
- Dealing a with the "sass" of a 5 year old
- Managing the disruption of sleep due to daylight savings time "falling back"
- What is the correct way to praise and set boundaries with our children
- Helping a toddler on a plane
- Handling others responses to a child's beauty
- How many toys to put out for a toddler
- How to help the kids understand when a parent
- Handling a school age child when they won’t admit mistakes
- Handling a toddler who hits others and his sister
- Managing issues at school with friends
- Helping daughter come up
- How to manage a mismatch of temperament between parent and child
- Is my daughter too much of a follower, how do we support or manage this?
- How to manage sibling jealousy and anger?
- Managing when siblings are having a hard time managing toys/sharing?
- How to handle a tantrum in the car and other difficult times?
- Why do my kids act better with my in laws than with me?
- How to manage biting nails when it comes from anxiety
- Managing negative self-talk in young children
- What does it mean to have a post-partum diagnosis
- Taking away a bottle from a three year old
- Helping child sleep longer in the morning
- How to keep toddler son from touching parents private parts
- What to do with the night time narration when it stops working
- How to keep a second language vivid
- How to manage the people around me when they notice difference in the personalities of my twins
- How to handle a 4 year old questions about God
- Handling a toddler refusing food
- Helping a toddler manage the interaction of a new classroom/friends
- How to help a child manage a child's overwhelming emotions (frustration, fear)
- Managing a 2 year old when they throw food or dangerous objects
Q&A from Members
My twins rip up the books we read. How do I get them to stop?
He doesn't want to go to camp. Now what?
A smartwatch for kids? Good or bad?
An angel at school and not so much at home. How do we achieve consistency?
Can I ever just reward them with all of the chocolate?
What's the best way to break a habit?
"I don't love you, Mommy." Does my little one mean it?
How do I respond to "Is Grandpa gonna be okay?"
Can I PLEASE, impose consequences? Pretty PLEASE?
I just lost it with my kid. How do I restore order?