Empowered Kids – Not Victims
January 18, 2019
We want kids who don’t need us to solve all their problems.
Privacy: How Much Should Kids Have?
January 11, 2019
It’s our job to do our best to know what’s going on in our children’s lives.
Practice: Skill Building for High Intensity Situations
January 4, 2019
We all know how we get better at things in life. We practice.
A New Me
Dec 28, 2018
Giving ourselves a break when we blow it.
How Failure Can Lead to Success
Dec 21, 2018
Who are the most successful people you personally know? Have they always been successful, or have they experienced a good degree of failure?
Learn How Love and Logic Helps Your Child Reap Life’s Rewards
December 14, 2018
Are you confused about rewarding your kids as a parent or teacher?
How Should We Respond to Poor Grades?
December 7, 2018
Find out how to up the odds of high achievement.
Caught! What Do I Do Now?
November 30, 2018
There will never be enough rules, rewards, or consequences to get difficult kids to behave if the relationship is absent.
Love and Logic: A Whole Child Approach
November 16, 2018
What do they mean ‘whole child’?
Talking to Kids About Important Matters
November 9, 2018
The more words we use when kids are misbehaving or acting irresponsibly, the less effective we become.
How to Deal with Bullying
November 2, 2018
Bullying hurts, and we want it to end right now. Despite this desire, the reality is that we all have only limited control over the world and how our children are treated by it.
Discover How Empathy Helps Kids Who’ve Experienced Trauma
October 28, 2018
Feeling sorry for kids isn’t the same thing as loving them and empowering them to heal.
Is "I'm Sorry" Enough?
October 19, 2018
I'm asked quite often, "When my child misbehaves or causes a problem for someone, he's quick to say, 'I'm sorry.' Is that enough, or should he have a consequence?"
Dealing with a Defiant Child
October 12, 2018
“What do you do when they say, ‘I’m not doing that! You can’t make me!’?”
Don’t Raise an Entertainment Junkie
October 5, 2018
Children who’ve been constantly entertained grow into adults who are constantly bored.
Lawnmower Parents: Protecting Our Turf
September 28, 2018
The new breed of Helicopter Parents
September 21, 2018
An important goal of the Love and Logic approach
Affluence Distraction Disorder (ADD)
September 14, 2018
Too Much Stuff Leads to Too Little Motivation. Too little Relationship
September 7, 2018
Using questions to get kids thinking.
The Best Advice for Helping Kids with Special Needs
August 31, 2018
Err on the side of believing they are capable.
The Great De-Bait: Dealing with Arguing
August 24, 2018
When kids argue, how do we resist the bait?
What do we do when our skills seem to backfire in the short run?
Help! My Kids Act Out in the Store
August 10, 2018
What can we do about kids acting out in the store?
Walking the Rescue Tightrope
August 3, 2018
When do we rescue and when do we allow kids to struggle so they can be stronger?
Selfish Behavior: Getting Kids to Contribute
July 27, 2018
How do we get kids to think of others?
The best way to feel good about oneself is to serve.
Selfish Behavior: The Gift of Selflessness
July 13, 2018
Teach your kids it really is better to give than to receive.
Getting Kids to Think
July 6, 2018
Some quick tips to help kids build their mental muscles.
Getting Too "Full of Himself"
June 29, 2018
Stay on top of their ever-changing behaviors.
Learn how to prevent power struggles by following these three rules.
Parenting Styles: Barking Orders and Making Demands
June 15, 2018
Allow your kids to think for themselves.
Your kids need practice for the real world.