Positive discipline instills long-term lessons and life skills in children without verbal, physical or psychological punishments.
Our best parenting moments and worst ones are threads in the same tapestry, weaved together into something beautiful because of its imperfections.
A classic story by Langston Hughes illustrates the choice between punishment and discipline that we must make for our kids’ growth.
Few words accurately describe the feeling of love you, as a father, get from your little ones at certain moments. […]
You know how it goes: Even the smallest disagreements with your teen can turn into yelling, doors slamming, feelings hurt […]
Apologizing when you are wrong doesn’t make you weak or soft. It makes you human. We should not offer an apology because we want forgiveness.