Confident kids have developed responsibility and courage. They are able to take safe risks and feel competent and loved. You can raise a confident kid.
I am entered in a Ultimate Blog challenge and so rather than work on two (or ten) important projects, I decided it would be fun to repurpose an eBook I am writing for Kindle. It is titled 77Ways to Build Self-Confident Kids and hopefully will be available within the month.
As I travel the country teaching workshops for parents, teachers and day care providers I often ask them if they recognize the Indigo Children. These children are not content to color in the lines or glue macaroni on paper. They
Chester teen to attend performing arts program CHESTER — Amanda Loosli, 15, will soon take an important step toward her goal of being an actress. The Chester teen will take part in the prestigious Next Step Prep six-week workshop this
“I am bored.” “Why wont you play with me?” “I want to do something fun.” Children may not know how to spend time alone with themselves. They may feel they are entitled to have fun and be entertained all day
Why won’t my kid behave? What makes him so angry? How can I control his angry behavior? Why is his behavior rude and obnoxious? How can we teach respect and responsibility? Are all kids his age lazy? What am I
Hello from beautiful Montana: This morning (at 6am!) I am speaking on a radio show for parents in New York. As I was preparing (opening my eyes) I remembered a quiz I had prepared for a parenting class last year.
I recently attended an excellent conference in Missoula, Montana sponsored by Postpartum Support International. I honestly don’t know why I was prompted to go, since it was very clinical and designed from nurses, physicians, social workers and mental health professionals.