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Self-care for families: emotional, physical, spiritual, mental, practical, and social

Self-care for families: emotional, physical, spiritual, mental, practical, and social

Parenting| Life Skills for Your Child|Parenting Goals

Parenting| Life Skills for Your Child|Parenting Goals

Kids Chores By Age - Family Joys

Here’s the thing. Doing chores is good for kids because it actually helps them feel like they can do something to help the family. It helps them feel capable, according to this Harvard Medical study, which also says that doing chores is also a strong predictor of a child’s future success. Maybe I’m just lucky because heck, my kids LOVE when I give them little jobs to do. They literally jump up and down when I get two wet washcloths and announce, “who wants to wash the floor!?” And then they…

30 Affirmations Every Child Needs To Hear: Affirmations are an easy tool to build confidence in children and encourage positve behavior. Here are 30 affirmations to start saing to your children now.

30 Affirmations Every Child Needs to Hear - Raising You Maintaining Me

Build your children's confidence and character by using positive affirmations. Here are 30 affirmations every child needs to hear.

Home Rules - Family Rules - Scripture Print - Poster Print - Art for Kitchen or Foyer - 20"x30" Poster Size. via Etsy.

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Home Rules - Family Rules - Scripture Print - Poster Print - Art for Kitchen or Foyer - 20"x30" Poster Size. via Etsy.

Have faith in your children. Children learn to be capable people by spending time with people who believe they are capable.

Letting Go: Morning Hassles and Responsibility

It is possible to enjoy hassle free mornings while teaching children self-discipline, responsibility, cooperation, and problem-solving skills—the characteristics of happy, successful people with a healthy sense of self-worth and respect for self and others.

Take Time for Training | Positive Discipline

Authoritative vs Authoritarian Parenting Styles [Infographic]

Find out the difference between authoritative and authoritarian parenting styles

Too often logical consequences are poorly disguised punishments. Read this blog post to learn more about the appropriate use of logical consequences.

Logical Consequences

Logical consequences are different from natural consequences in that they require the intervention of an adult—or other children in a family or a class meeting. It is important to decide what kind of consequence would create a helpful learning experience that might encourage children to choose responsible cooperation.

9 Strategies For Parenting Today’s Children

9 Strategies For Parenting Today's Children - Diary of a First Child

I received this from a friend on Facebook and I just love it. I don’t think I’ve seen a simpler list. Of course, now the trick is to take it from the paper and put it into practice. We’re working on that. [pinit] By the way, I’m reading a new book: Kiss Me! How to …