Previous Tips of the Day

Tip of the Day, Dec. 23

After an issue, talk to your child about the challenges of building a strong family. Talk about ways to get through the difficult times together.

Tip of the Day, Dec. 22

Parenting children of any age is a relationship stressor. Be good to your partner and yourself. If your relationship isn’t as strong as it could be, talk about it. Kids need a healthy parenting team.

Tip of the Day, Dec. 21

Have you ever asked your children what they feel is an appropriate consequence for problem behavior?

Tip of the Day, Dec. 18

Scout for one new resource on parenting. As you read, try to find at least one new important insight that you can put into practice right away.

Tip of the Day, Dec. 17

Look for the humor when the challenges and surprises of parenting present themselves in your life.

Tip of the Day, Dec. 16

Think of some amazing and wonderful change in your child, and tell her or him about it.

Tip of the Day, Dec. 15

Think of a new responsibility or privilege to help empower your child.

Tip of the Day, Dec. 14

Notice when your child brings an unexpected lesson into your life. Try to remember to always say thank you.

Tip of the Day, Dec. 11

Notice when your child brings an unexpected lesson into your life. Try to remember to always say thank you.

Tip of the Day, Dec. 10

The next time you feel like a parenting failure, call someone and commiserate. Having a network of support is an important parenting tool.