Be sensitive when your kids have relationship troubles. Listen to what they’re struggling with.
Teach your kids to be open and curious about diversity and to get to know young people who are different from them.
Follow three key steps to teach your child something new. 1. Show your child how to do it. 2. Do it together. 3. Watch your child do it by him- or herself.
When making family decisions, factor in your faith and your family values.
As your kids get older, occasionally have each of your kids include a friend for your family times. Have fun together.
Encourage your kids to take speedy showers. See if they can get clean in 5 minutes or less.
Show your confidence in your kids’ abilities. They like to know that you trust and believe in them.
Ask your kids what they collect and why. Enjoy their enthusiasm for their collections.
Welcome your kids’ friends to your home so that they enjoy coming over.
See life from your kids’ perspective. What can you do that would be helpful for them?
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