Every day we lose liquid that must be replaced. Our bodies do an amazing job of prompting us to drink more when we have lost liquids, but sometimes children (and adults) ignore these impulses.
There's almost nothing that is more difficult as a parent than regularly facing outbursts of anger and aggression from your children. But you're not alone; children are increasingly expressing anger or frustration—both in public and in private.
Our culture of violent video games, news stories, television shows, movies, and music has only made controlling fits of anger more difficult for children.
There is a way out! With consistency you can train your children to respond in calmness and not in anger. Here are five secrets to help your child learn constructive ways of expressing anger or frustration.
With summer in full swing, we're all trying to find ways to engage with our children and keep them occupied. Check out these 8 fun activities for preschoolers in Charlotte!
As a Christian, I want my children to come into a saving relationship with Jesus Christ. I've prayed for this before they were born. On the other hand, I don't want to force a fake profession of faith. So when is it too early for a child to be saved? Is it too early for a preschooler to receive salvation?
They all pulled out their lunches. Jared had the usual—a homemade peanut butter and jelly sandwich, a bag of chips, and a Little Debbie.
“What is that!” a girl practically yelled as she pointed at his lunch. “Don't you know that desserts aren't good for you? They make you fat!" At this point, I intervened and Jared was saved any more humiliation.
How do you teach your child something you believe in strongly without also teaching him or her to look down on others? That's a question that faces all of us, whether you only eat organic food or not.