Do You Want to Know How to Get Your Kids to Stop Lying? Don’t Do These 7 Things!

Do You Want to Know How to Get Your Kids to Stop Lying? Don’t Do These 7 Things!

He stares directly into your eyes and says, “I didn’t do it.” Chocolate smeared all over his face.

She said she just brushed her teeth, but you glare at her as you hold up her dry toothbrush. How can your kids lie directly to your face? Are you raising little sociopaths? Are they doomed to be pathological liars? Most likely not. Kids all have varying degrees of honesty. Some are super honest and others are…well, not so honest. But you can help more than you think.

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5 Things Good Parents Do That Actually Hurts Self-Esteem and Self-Esteem Activities for Kids that Actually Work!

5 Things Good Parents Do That Actually Hurts Self-Esteem and Self-Esteem Activities for Kids that Actually Work!

We all want our kids to be the best version of themselves. Sometimes we want this so badly, we inadvertently create the opposite. Sometimes we need to take a step back and assess our own behavior. Learn what you should do and what you shouldn’t do! Also, explore self esteem activities for kids that actually works!

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Secret Calculator Photo Vault: Why Every Parent Needs to Know What it is and How To Find It!

Secret Calculator Photo Vault: Why Every Parent Needs to Know What it is and How To Find It!

You think you’ve got it covered. You check your kid’s phone occasionally. You’ve had the “talk” about using technology. You even look at their text messages once in a while. You are good, right? Wrong. Kids are flooding into my office with secrets. Secrets that you don’t know about. Secrets that would give you a mini-heart attack. Secrets you need to know.

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3 Ways to Be a Good Parent and Still Get Things Done!

3 Ways to Be a Good Parent and Still Get Things Done!

As parents, we have a zillion responsibilities. We have to work, cook, clean, pay bills, chauffeur, volunteer, help with homework – and that is just the tip of the iceberg! Add a child into the mix and we are lucky to get anything done. So how are we supposed to be a good parent who get things done, while giving our children the attention they need?

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Ask the Child Therapist Episode 8: How Can I Help My Child with Perfectionism?

Ask the Child Therapist Episode 8: How Can I Help My Child with Perfectionism?

In this week’s episode of Ask the Child Therapist, I am answering the question, “How can I help my child with perfectionism?” From perfectionist toddlers to perfectionist teens – children who strive to be perfect are over stressed. Child perfectionism causes tantrums, meltdowns and late nights full of worries. Does your child show signs of perfectionism? Here are some quick tips on how to help.

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25 of the Best Family Christmas Traditions Your Family Will Remember

25 of the Best Family Christmas Traditions Your Family Will Remember

Looking for unique family traditions? Here are the best family Christmas traditions to jump start Christmas! Find family traditions your kids will remember!

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Ask the Child Therapist Episode 6: How Do I Keep My Kids Safe? The Best Lifesaving Tips.

Ask the Child Therapist Episode 6: How Do I Keep My Kids Safe? The Best Lifesaving Tips.

We all want to keep out kids safe, but how do you do that effectively. Here are the best tips to follow.

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The Ultimate Children’s Bean Bag Chair for Kids: Brentwood Review and Giveaway

The Ultimate Children’s Bean Bag Chair for Kids: Brentwood Review and Giveaway

Is your child a wiggle worm? We’ve had no luck finding a bean bag chair that was hypoallergenic, comfortable and can stand the test of time, until now. Read my review and enter to win one of your own!

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The 13 Stages of Parenting: What Stage are You In?

The 13 Stages of Parenting: What Stage are You In?

Parenting is a roller coaster of emotions. You will pull your hair out, cry and love so hard you’ll forget about the first two. Buckle up and prepare for the 13 stages of parenting.

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Would You Know if Your Child is Having a Problem? Watch for These 3 Signs

Would You Know if Your Child is Having a Problem? Watch for These 3 Signs

Would you know if your child had a problem? Some kids keep their issues private, but there are signs and indicators that there is something going on. Watch for these 3 signs.

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Ask the Child Therapist Episode 4: How Can I Get Kids to Listen?

Ask the Child Therapist Episode 4: How Can I Get Kids to Listen?

Are you tired of being ignored? Are you tired of shouting? In this episode of Ask the Therapist, I talk about three simple steps to get kids to listen. It is time to save your voice and get effective. Wouldn’t that be nice?

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Why Your Husband Doesn’t Spend Time with the Kids and How to Make that Change

Why Your Husband Doesn’t Spend Time with the Kids and How to Make that Change

You feed the kids. You bath the kids. You put the kids to bed. You are starting to wonder why your husband doesn’t spend time with the kids? Here are some reasons why that might be happening and how to change it.

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Turn Your Child’s Attitude into Gratitude: 4 Tips to Teach Your Kids to be Grateful

Turn Your Child’s Attitude into Gratitude: 4 Tips to Teach Your Kids to be Grateful

Gratitude doesn’t come naturally, but unfortunately attitude does. Turn your child’s attitude into gratitude. Teach your kids to be grateful.

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How to Deal With a Child Who is a Perfectionist

How to Deal With a Child Who is a Perfectionist

Are you trying to figure out how to deal with a child who is a perfectionist? Teach your kids to be successful without beating themselves up.

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How Do I Get My Child to be More Independent? A Step-by-Step Guide

How Do I Get My Child to be More Independent? A Step-by-Step Guide

Do you ask yourself, “How do I get my child to be more independent?” Here is a step-by-step guide to get your kids to do things for themselves and develop life skills.

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