It is very key for new parents to be supported by friends and family. But Lisa Popcak, Co-author of “Grace: The Catholic Guide to Raising Almost Perfect Kids,” also explains that too much support can hurt your family and must be rightly proportioned and balanced.
Homework is most of the time a dreaded part of the evening for the entire family, as well as the student. Lisa Popcak, Co-author of “Grace: The Catholic Guide to Raising Almost Perfect Kids,” offers some amazing but simple approaches to homework that will transform this time into a bonding and enjoyable event! Don’t believe it? Watch and see!
Screaming can make parents feel powerful, but it just makes us loud, not effective. In this video, Rachel Watkins, mom of 11 and developer of the Little Flowers Girls Club, gives parents the tools they need to leave screaming behind.
Rachel Watkins, developer of the Little Flowers Girls Club and mom of 11, shares more tips for leaving screaming behind and becoming a more peaceful parent.
It’s easy to feel like everyone else’s family is doing it better than you. Rachel Watkins, developer of the Little Flowers Girls Club, discusses how to be inspired by other families while avoiding the envy trap.
Children–especially adult children-often make choices we don’t approve of. Sometimes they even betray our values. Mike Aquilina, author of, Love in the Little Things, offers important tips on how we can deal with our own prodigal children.
Sometimes our children disappoint us and behave in ways that frustrate, shock, and upset us. Michael Aquilina, author of Love in the Little Things, helps parents make peace with their children’s imperfections.
Our children seem to know just how to push all the right buttons. No one can get under our skin like our kids. Michael Jarecki, Clinical Pastoral Counseling Associate of the Pastoral Solutions Institute, offers 3 simple steps for staying in control when your kids are driving you up a wall.