The Sex Talk

In this video clinical sexologist and educator Judith Steinhart discusses when and how you can start talking with your children about sex. Do you wait till they are teenagers? Till they are going through puberty? Till the school teaches it? Till they learn about it from friends? Talking about sex and sexuality is a process […]

More Tips on How to Help Children Stop Whining

By Tammy Gold, parent coach: Gold Parent Coaching Reinforce & Praise – Praise and reinforce good ways of speaking on a daily basis. Praise “please & thank you” and reinforce the example that when they speak the right way you will attend to them and engage with them immediately. Also express that you appreciate their listening to you and […]

Exercising with Children

THIS RAFFLE HAS ENDED & A WINNER HAS BEEN SELECTED.   What activities do you do with your children for exercise? Post an answer by Sunday, February 21 at midnight and be entered to win a starter kit from Yoga By the Dozen. This set includes a Yoga By The Dozen DVD, Children’s Use Your Belly […]

Tips To Help Children Stop Whining

By Tammy Gold, parent coach: Gold Parent Coaching Be Aware of Age – If you are trying to help your child stop whining you need to be aware of what your child can comprehend. For example, you cannot say to a one and a half year old “Honey please stop whining that is really starting to make […]

Children’s Books

THIS RAFFLE HAS ENDED & A WINNER HAS BEEN SELECTED.   Beyond the classics (Goodnight Moon, Eloise, Dr. Seuss) and the best-sellers (Olivia, Curious George series, Sandra Boynton), what are some great children’s books you have discovered and love to read with your children? Post an answer by Sunday, February 14 at midnight and be entered […]

How do I help my older child adjust to a new baby?

by Dr. Sarah Klagsbrun of www.ParentingWithDrK.com, Child Psychiatrist, Medical Doctor, and mother of three The birth of a new baby is always an adjustment for an older sibling. So how can you make the adjustment easier for the big sister/big brother? TIP #1: Being called the “big brother” or “big sister” may NOT be so […]