To get your kids to listen – it has more to do with how YOU communicate first. Children will listen to you after they feel listened to.
Make the ordinary come alive.
Asking the right questions every day will encourage positive behavior and also help your kids be mentally strong in the long run.
Here’s what the medical community says about the reasons that cause children to take their own lives:
If your kids are showing signs of depression, anxiety, and overall negativity, you should take them to see a mental health expert.
Being at home with your children under one roof can be challenging, but amidst a pandemic with the added strain can be really stressful!
If you are going through a divorce and are unsure how to talk with your child(ren), here are some helpful tips to keep in mind:
As a parent, it is your responsibility to help your kids develop a certain degree of emotional competence, so that they can thrive and process all their emotions better.
Just as adult survivors may suffer from stress and trauma, children also have unique ways of coping. Social aggression might not seem like a very big deal on the surface, but if not tackled properly, it can have far-reaching consequences.
When Every Emotion Is Too Big and Too Loud. Seven tips to help parents manage emotional intensity.