Help your child succeed in school by attending parent-teacher conferences and school events.
Ask your child what he or she believes in most. Find out why.
With your child, identify the adults he or she enjoys being with. Then find ways to support these friendships >>
Practice ways your child can resist negative peer pressure. Here are some things for you to try >>
Find out what gets your child excited to jump out of bed in the morning. Start some “spark conversations” with your child >>
Set clear rules for how you want your child to act. Then have clear consequences when those rules are violated.
By: Tina Tan, M.D., Guest Blogger
This flu season is turning into one of the worst in years. Nationwide, several people have died from the flu, and many more have been hospitalized. Influenza affects people of all ages, especially infants and children.Blog Image: FiveStar Rating: 0