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The reality is that any time you have more than one child there is bound to be some fighting. Despite that fact, you can still set your kids up for success. By helping them learn important skills and modeling how to work through conflict you can tame the tensions.
Children are always watching and imitating what they see their parents and other caregivers do. No matter what you say to them or around them, what you do is more significant. To lead by example, remain aware of the way you act around your child every day.
If you’re a dad who wants to help raise confident and successful kids, it starts with speaking positively to them on a daily basis. Why? Because a father’s words are powerful. In fact, they have the ability to change the trajectory of children’s lives – for good or bad.
Have your children reached that age where they aren’t really “kids” but they aren’t yet teenagers? If so, you might be facing very different issues than you were when they were little. As a parent, you can help your tweens make smart choices.
This October 10th is World Mental Health Day as designated by the World Health Organization. In light of the upcoming global conversation, this week’s blog highlights three actions dads can take to boost their own mental health. It also includes three ideas to support others in caring for their mental health.
Most children have messy rooms from time to time. Set reasonable standards and communicate effectively to make cleaning fun and efficient. You’ll be rewarded with a better relationship with your kids and a neater home.
To help you celebrate the best of 2020 and look forward to 2021, we’ve put together a short holiday gathering conversation starter. You can use it with your kids, a loved one, or your entire family. The goal is to stimulate your collective thoughts, inject some humour and help you and your loved ones find hope.
Holiday movies and TV specials can teach us how to live better and enjoy more happiness year round. These are some of the most important life lessons from a few old favourites and some other works that may be less well known.
We all learn from our mistakes. Every situation is an opportunity for growth. Obviously there are certain mistakes you want to protect your kids from, such as playing on a busy road or sticking their hand on a hot burner. But in other situations, they’ll learn more if left to discover the consequences themselves.