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Rescuing The Disorganized Child

Arrange for optimal work conditions. Kids need to work in a quiet environment, one that is relatively distraction-free.

You Never Get A Second Chance… To Make A First Impression

According to experts, the first ten seconds of an interview are the most crucial, as that is when the interviewer sizes up potential candidate.

The Insatiable Child

Ultimately, the stakes will be raised even higher as the insatiable child learns he can hold his parents hostage with bad behavior until he wheedles out of them just about everything he wants.

Freeing Yourself From OCD

People who have OCD have a hard time making decisions, even relatively simple ones, such as what to eat for lunch and what shirt to wear to work, fearing that a wrong choice could end up having disastrous consequences for themselves or others.

The Blame Game: Who’s Really Winning?

A responsible person not only behaves a certain way, he also admits errors, accepts blame, and does whatever he can to repair the damage.

Parenting Traps And Myths

Parents who fall into the “hurried trap” respond immediately to their children’s requests and desires. This means that when they are forced to wait it causes anxiety and uncertainty.

Small Habits, Big Change!

A mini habit is basically a much smaller version of a new habit you want to form.

Craving Quiet?

By some counts, roughly thirty percent of people fall into the introverted temperament end of the spectrum.

Happy Mommy, Happy Babies

Dr. Meeker argues that a mother’s real value comes from three places: she is loved, she is needed, and she is born for a higher purpose.

Academic And Social Skills Insights #30

For children who are preschool age, meltdowns will generally occur around food, clothing, and toys.

Academic And Social Skills Insights #29

Without something familiar or exciting to hold on to, they boys will lose interest.

Academic & Social Skills Insights #28

Ask your daughter what the cause of her anxiety is – social, academic, or separation from you.

Academic And Social Skills Insights #27

If things are falling into place in school because of remediation, what can you do at home in order to make things easier in your own household?

Academic And Social Skills Insights #26

Okay, so stubbornness brings lots of benefits, but what about the negative consequences when raising a child?

Academic & Social Skills Insights #25

But, what happens if you can’t get away? There are some ways to help your body relax even in the confines of your own home.

Academic & Social Skills Insights #24

Q: I just had my first baby and my parents and grandparents keep telling me that I will spoil her if I hold her...

Academic And Social Skills Insights #23

In addition, if your younger child complains of headaches or stomachaches a lot, especially when he has been home after school with his brother, this could be a symptom of bullying.

Academic And Social Skills Insights #22

Social phobias are characterized not only by nervousness when in social situations or when forced to give a presentation or speech, but also by a powerful desire to avoid most situations that involve interacting with others.

Academic & Social Skills Insights #21

Children who have friends in the classroom and are comfortable with their peers are more likely to participate, volunteer, and speak up.

Academic & Social Skills Insights #20

Depending on your son’s age, he may not be able to comprehend the importance of these benefits.

Academic & Social Skills Insights #19

Q: My nineteen-year-old daughter was set up on a date a little while ago. We spoke to many of his references, all of whom...

Rules, Rules, Rules: Are There Some Rules To Live By?

On a much more serious note, Judaism prescribes many rules that we follow that involve both moral and religious codes.

Parenting Q & A

How many times do we dismiss our children’s accomplishments without giving them the praise they deserve?

Channel Wonder, Not Worry

I wondered how his life may have been different if he had more direction, more encouragement, and more self-compassion.

Common Needs: Why We Do What We Do

He argues that all humans have “common needs” – around thirty of them.


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