Encourage your child to slow down with his or her homework. If your child doesn’t have homework, learn something together.
Identify friends and family members whom you want to play active, ongoing roles in your child’s life. Then ask them to play this role!
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Learn the rules your child’s school has. Create consistent rules between home and school.
Find a mentor for each one of your kids. A mentor could be a coach, a music instructor, a teacher, a neighbor, or someone at your work. You can also find mentors through formal mentoring programs.
Follow through on the consequences you have set for your children. Giving in or letting your child talk you out of enforcing your rules reduces your credibility as a parent, and your child may grow up thinking that boundaries aren’t important.
Notice what your child’s friends are doing right. Talk about the good ways friends influence each other. Find out more ways to be involved in your child’s peer relationships (without being controlling) >>