A Carpenter or a Gardener – How to Foster Your Teenager’s Identity
A reflection on how our style of parenting determines how we are received as parents and the amount of influence we have in our children’s life. Even with the best intentions and coming from a place of love, our own fears get in the way and build a great wall that separates us from our children. Trying a new perspective, the “gardener” perspective can open up spaces for communicating, closeness and fostering a strong sense of identity that will enable our children to grow strong and self confident.Why Child Day Care Is Essential For Your Kids
Whether or not to send your child to child day care is a hard choice for some parents to make. Of course you want to spend as much time with your child as possible before they enter kindergarten, but it can cause emotional stress to go from being one-on-one with a parent’s undivided attention to abruptly being torn away from the nest five days a week.Grades 6 to 8: What Should You Be Reading?
When its summertime, the last thing kids want to do is think about school. They would clearly much rather focus on everything from ball games to camp outs.