Posts Tagged ‘Children and Feelings’


Helping Your Child Be More of a Positive Thinker

November 1, 2013 | Posted in Confident Kids, Confident Teens, Happiness, Personality beach girl_opt

“My daughter is such a negative thinker, I wish she would see the glass half full more often.”

“It is frustrating when we do something great yet my children complain the whole time.”

“My son gets frustrated and angry so quickly, and a lot of the time I don’t know why.”

I hear comments like these often from parents of children who are negative thinkers. It can be very frustrating and draining to hear complaining and negative comments. The good news is that you can help your child to be more of a positive thinker. Read more…

 

When Praise Builds Children’s Self Esteem and When It Doesn’t

March 30, 2012 | Posted in Confident Kids, Confident Teens, Happiness, Relationships family

Other than good health what more could we want for our children than happiness and self-esteem? Read more…

 

What the The Parent Child Attachment Bond is and How to Strengthen It

March 9, 2012 | Posted in Confident Kids, Confident Teens, Interviews, Relationships dad-daughter

I just did an interview with Dr. Richard Stern on child attachment that was so interesting I couldn’t wait to share it with you.  Read more…

 
  • It’s kind of fun
    to do the impossible.
    ~Walt Disney
  • upcoming EVENTS

    How to Help Your Anxious Child
    Interview with child anxiety expert Dr. Joelle McGovern
    Thursday May 3, 2012 11:30am EST
    (Those registered will get the recording.)

    Learn more
  • The May/June edition of Confident Cub is now out!

    Confident Cub Cover This issue is on helping kids with motivation and procrastination.

    Subscribe now and download the issue right away (it's free!):

  • Meet Our Sponsors

     
 

As Seen In