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Routines and Structure

Routines can give children a sense of security, teaching kids how to constructively manage themselves and their environments.


When love and attention just aren't enough

What's a parent to do when you've tried everything and your child still acts out? Give him loving attention that heals the feelings driving the behavior.


A Few Tweaks Can Take Your Summer from Good to Fantastic

How you can create a summer that brings you closer, minimizes fighting and whining, makes your kids happier and healthier, and eliminates begging for screens.


Brushing Teeth: Enforcing Limits Without Force

Brushing Teeth: How Can You Enforce Limits If You Don’t Use Force? Should you hold your child down to brush? Isn't brushing non-negotiable, like other health and safety?


Your Blueprint for Discipline When You're Burned Out

How to set limits on behavior and prevent future misbehavior -- hint, it starts with connection and self-care.


Making "Special-Time" Effective


When Your Three-Year-Old Takes Over An Hour To Fall Asleep


Dinner: 30 Minutes to a More Connected Family

Dinner is the best predictor of how kids will do in adolescence because families who eat together stay more connected and build better relationships.


Getting Your Child Out the Door In the Morning

This used to be a stressful time of day when I would yell at them, they would not cooperate, and I'd get angry and stressed out. What a difference connection...


7 Ways Kids Benefit When You Use Routines

Children handle change best if it is expected and occurs in the context of a familiar routine. A routine allows children to feel safe and develop a sense of mastery...