Research indicates the most important predictor of a child’s emotional and psychological stability is the closeness of the parent/child relationship.
How we react to our kids’ emotions has an impact on the development of their emotional intelligence.
We should be striving to raise kids who ask thoughtful questions, challenge the "experts," and closely examine the answers.
Families who make goals together keep goals together.
Helping your kid manage their emotions requires you to learn to manage yours first.
Research over the past decade highlights the link between affection in childhood and health and happiness in the future.
Dating will not just keep you both close to each other, but its positive effects will model a strong and healthy relationship for your children, thus creating a happy home.
Try incorporating these simple tips into your daily life to foster closeness among your family.
Mindful parenting means that you bring your conscious attention to what’s happening, instead of getting hijacked by your emotions.
What kind of parenting is most likely to contribute to the healthy development of children.
Children need the experience of feeling emotions and practice tolerating them to develop self-control and emotional intelligence.
Having children is most definitely a game changer, but it doesn’t have to be a romance killer.