We believe that peaceful dispute resolution is always the best way, if at all possible. But what about those situations where it has already escalated and your child has no other option but to defend themselves? Here’s what not to do: Don’t tell your child to kick the other child in their nether regions!
A new study out of Norway shows an increase in children’s physical and mental health problems as communication with their dads deteriorates. Learn how to put this study to use in increasing your parenting time with your children.
Sometimes dads struggle to feel relevant in their children’s lives when they’re not there all the time, but there are plenty of ways you can influence their futures for the good. Even at a distance. Take advantage of the opportunities holidays like Martin Luther King, Jr. Day give parents to make an impact.
More is expected of dads today than ever before, and many of them aren’t prepared for the pressure. Throw in an ailing marriage, and you have a recipe for disaster. If you’re feeling overwhelmed by safety and health concerns for your child, double-check your other emotions. You might be struggling with an undiagnosed condition treatment that will help.