Family and Relationships
How can we, as parents, guide our children through a world that they know more about than we do?
What might “Eight Keys to Timeless Parenting” look like if we were to take the advice from today's popular parenting books and hold it against a source of truly enduring principles?
Educator Michael Redivo says conflict is inevitable, and that learning to deal with it is a key not only to well-being but to growing up. In this interview he talks about his Productive Conflict Model and how it can help children and adults alike to grow in the face of challenging relationships.
PTSD isn’t just a problem faced by soldiers returning from war; it can affect anyone. If a loved one suffers because of past trauma, how can you help?
Finding justice is a valid concern when dealing with bullying and its harmful effects.
Given the wide range of advice available on dealing with bullies, it’s little wonder that many parents are confused about how best to help their victimized children. To help bring some clarity to the issue, Vision’s Gina Stepp interviews researcher Dieter Wolke of the University of Warwick.
Are bullying and being bullied just a natural part of growing up? Does dealing with bullies make children stronger, more resilient? While that view may be popular in some quarters, the latest research suggests that it’s anything but accurate.
Parents are to train their children in the right way of living (Proverbs 22:6), but what is that way?
Difficult. Headstrong. Stubborn. Defiant. If any of these words describe your child or teen, don’t give up. An innovative set of parenting ABCs can help toward solving the problem.
What we post on social networks can be far more hurtful than the spoken word because it can affect so many people.