Article by Genevieve Simperingham: Active listening improves communication in the parent child relationship "Why won’t my child listen to me? Why won’t she open up when it’s obvious that something’s bothering her? Why does he answer back?
If the baby’s need to cry isn’t supported, but instead they are shushed, criticized for crying, perhaps strongly encouraged to feed, perhaps somebody blows a raspberry on their tummy to make them laugh or otherwise distracted from their cry, the release of that stress will be delayed and will accumulate.
Two of our favorite activities—wagon rides and scavenger hunts—mash up for this Riverbend Park Easter weekend event. Kids will hop on a wagon to ride through the meadow. The task? Spot as many bird and butterfly species as possible.
5 Side Effects Of Divorce On Children: There are children who have grown up to be happy individuals, in spite of coming from a divorced household. Hence, a divorce may or may not have an impact on a child’s mental well being, depending upon his emotional quotient. Here we’ve listed down few possible negative impacts that your child may go through during the divorce.
Stuttering and Your Child: Help for Parents This 30-minute video is for parents and families of young children who stutter. The focus is to help families understand stuttering and make changes to promote more fluent speech.