Discovering Your Child Jun08

Discovering Your Chi...

One of the keys to “discovery” is active observation. Active observation is when you actively move your frame of reference to look at something in a new way. How many of you have not been able to find something that was right in front of you? You look all around with great frustration,...

Family’s Influ...

There are numerous factors that influence your child’s personality development. While certainly your little one’s choices and friendships will affect his behavior and temperament, your family’s make-up, the genes that you pass along to him and his familial environment are all...

Raising a Moral Chil...

As parents, we want our children to grow up to be good, kind people who are happy and successful. But while “values” is a popular buzzword these days, we’re not always sure of the best way to give our kids the solid foundation they need to withstand the inevitable growing...

Ways to Build Character in Children May01

Ways to Build Charac...

Structured character education has flourished as schools seek to instill the values of integrity, respect, responsibility, fairness, honesty, caring, and citizenship in their students to strengthen the social fabric of the school and community. Though not without criticism, these efforts to...

How To Raise a Child of Character Apr22

How To Raise a Child...

How many of you think there are many children that struggle with communicating their needs, thoughts and feelings with words and instead are physically impulsive? Whether you have noticed this behavior challenge with your own children, or in your observation of other children, it does exist...

Parental Influence o...

A child’s temperament and personality are largely biologically based and inherited. From the moment of birth, personality differences are evident. Some newborns are easygoing and a breeze to care for, while others are fussy and difficult to please. Despite the strong genetic connection...