For weary parents, there is some solace. As it turns out, all siblings bicker.
If your child is a nose picker, don’t punish; just hand over a tissue.
Sure there’s nose picking, but aside from that your little one will find more ways to gross you out before they reach their fifth birthday. Here are a few you can expect to come your way.
I hate report cards. Grades represent results and results don’t matter in the way we think they should.
According to the Mood Disorders Association of Ontario, 12 percent of Canadians suffer anxiety disorders, making it the most prevalent of mental illnesses. And it seems kids are becoming increasingly affected.
For some children, anxiety can take the shape of selective mutism. Parents must help them find a voice.
Author Jennifer Koontz suggests you can raise kind, well-mannered kids with no yelling, no spanking and no time-outs.
Learning to deal with disappointment helps children become resilient.
When is your child expressing themselves too much?
Attachment issues are common for kids around 18 months to four years. Read about what to do when that happens.