Trust is the first thing children learn after birth. It is built on the premise that their needs will be met by those who care for them and continues only as the child's needs continue to be met.
Parenting can be challenging and a common worry is, “Will my child have self-esteem?” This article offers guidelines that can help you and your child find self-acceptance.
I have learned a lot in life through trial and error outside of the classroom. In this hub, I share fifteen truisms learned in life which many people can readily relate to almost every day.
Kindness is the language of love. Children identify readily with someone who is kind to them. Correction does not have to be harsh. Harshness is equated with a lack of love.
Teaching your children to be thankful is a year round process, not just something we do around Thanksgiving. However this seems to be a practice most people consider only one day every year.
Children can discover the differences in their world with discussions that center around ordinary objects and transfer these concepts to learning that being different can bring us together as friends.
Instilling positive behavior in children requires teaching before, during, and after. Children need to understand what is expected of them.
Stress is something faced by people of all ages, including children. Many kids often experience anxiety issues. It is important to teach kids to learn healthy ways to manage their stress and anxiety.
Toddlers can be a challenge for any parent. They want to be independent yet do not know everything they need to do so. It is best to establish a relationship of trust and teach skills.
We want our children to succeed in school and beyond. Success in school starts with a motivated child. There are ways you can help motivate your children to do well in school through self motivation.