Overcoming Power Struggles with Misbehaving Children

Mother and Son Power Struggle

“What happened to my sweet little child?” you’ll be wondering once the back-talk and tantrums begin. Power struggles are infuriating and stressful, affecting all family members. Power struggles are a child’s way to obtain greater self-autonomy and decision making ability in their life. This is not just a child problem, it is a parenting style issue as well — if ... Read More »

Why Your Kids Don’t Listen to You


Have you ever asked your child to do something but got completely ignored? Are you afraid this is becoming their go to pattern — particularly when they don’t get what they want? It’s obvious: Parents who find themselves repeating themselves extensively are more prone to lose their temper. “Not listening” is reported to be the most common among misbehaviors. When ... Read More »

Sibling Rivalry: 5 Thoughtful Parenting Techniques To Prevent It

Two grumpy toddlers waiting for their pancakes

Children fight and bicker and there is no way around that. Nonetheless, the ruthlessness in which they engage each other can be assuaged through these 5 thoughtful parenting techniques: 1. Be Explicitly Fair to Each Child Rivalries occur when there is a perceived difference in how one child gets treated over the other, when favorites emerge, and a sense that ... Read More »

Dealing With Your Child’s Tantrums

We often perceive tantrums as acts of defiance, poor behavior, and calculated manipulation tactics. But the truth is that children, especially young children, are simply dealing with feelings that have overloaded their ability to properly process and handle. When your child is unable to express what’s on his or her mind (his and her will be used interchangeably), the resulting ... Read More »

15 Things All Dads Of Daughters Should Know

Justin Ricklefs is a writer, father of four girls, and a Sales Executive. In this touching article he recounts 15 Things All Dads should know about relating with their daughters. “I feel sorry for you when they become teenagers.” “Dude, you’re surrounded by women.” “What did you do to deserve that?” Being a dad of four daughters (we also have ... Read More »

10 Things Moms of Boys Must Do

Rita Templeton is a writer and mom to four lively, imaginative little boys. She lives in Davenport, Iowa, where she maintains her sanity by blogging at Fighting off Frumpy (and occasionally locking herself in her closet with a box of cookies). Come say hi on Twitter @fightingfrumpy, Instagram, and Facebook. If you could see my uterus, it’s probably blue. And ... Read More »

Epic Dad on Thanksgiving!

Penn Holderness says he’ll be the first person to admit that dads aren’t always the best at executing a successful Thanksgiving dinner. In the Holderness Family’s latest parody, All About That Baste, the father-of-two declares that when it comes to cooking a turkey and all the trimmings, most dads “can’t make it, make it, like they’re supposed to do.” This ... Read More »

Nisi mus sit lectus, velit tincidunt? Aliquam. Adipiscing a duis, enim purus dis, etiam odio auctor sed pulvinar proin dolor. Egestas dolor ridiculus elit lacus nunc quis aliquet. Aliquet et. Nunc et, tristique amet sagittis integer magna.
"A placerat mauris placerat et penatibus porta aliquet sed dapibus, pulvinar urna cum aliquet arcu lectus sed tortor aliquet sed dapibus."
John Doe, Astronomer
Bubble Company Inc. © 2011-2014
[advanced_iframe securitykey="da39a3ee5e6b4b0d3255bfef95601890afd80709" src="" height="600" width="100%" scrolling="yes" ]

This is a Title

Congratulations, You're almost done!
We are able to provide this service because many users choose offers from our sponsors.
Your Full Description will be available right after you review some of our sponsor's offers.