For Parents and Teachers

Discipline Without Name Calling: What To Say When Enforcing Rules

January 12, 2015
Our interactions with children shape their view of themselves. The words that we use when we need to teach acceptable behavior are just as important as […]

Fear Based Parenting – A Scary Trend

December 1, 2014
I recently drove past a church’s sign that said, “Are your goals about your hopes or your fears?” What a great question, especially for parents. Our […]

Random Acts of Pride

September 2, 2014
One of the greatest gifts we can give to our children is a healthy self-esteem.  When children believe that they are capable, they are more willing […]

100 Ways to Say “Good Job” or “Very Good”

August 4, 2014
You’re on the right track now! You’ve got it made. SUPER! That’s right! That’s good. I’m very proud of you. You’re really working hard today You […]

Father’s Matter – How to build a relationship with your child

June 3, 2014
Research shows that father involvement is a strong factor in building resiliency in your child.  Here is a great hands on resource for Dads on how […]
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