Some children may need help managing self injurious behaviors or other sensitivities. Learn how to manage these issues through discipline and calming strategies.
How Parenting Styles Affect Behavior in Children
Thanks to years of research, we know parenting style and child behavior are linked, so how you choose to parent impacts your child’s development.
7 Ways To Find Your Peace When Your Toddler Is Having a Meltdown
Learn how to handle toddler meltdowns by staying present and calm. Discover the triggers that cause them and practical tips to find your peace here!
Toddler Crying? 6 Reasons Why and How to Handle Them
Toddler crying is exhausting and unpredictable. Learn ways to understand and support your child through this emotional and normal stage of development.
Toddler Won’t Listen? Try These 11 Behavior Tips
Toddler won’t listen? Stay calm, be consistent, and model good behavior. Here are strategies to help you when your toddler doesn’t listen to you.
Why Is My Baby So Clingy All of a Sudden?
When a baby becomes clingy all of a sudden it can be exhausting. Remain calm and learn ways to support your child through this normal phase of development.
How to Discipline a Child With Autism
Disciplining a child with autism involves using consistent, gentle discipline techniques and understanding your child’s specific needs and behaviors.
Autism, Behavior, Visual Impairment
Managing Difficult Behaviors in Children Who Are Blind and Autistic
Parents of children who are blind and autistic often face unique challenges when it comes to managing behavioral issues. Many traditional behavioral management techniques rely on visual supports, which can...
Common Sources of Cognitive Distortions for Kids
Does your child worry a lot? Cognitive distortions in kids can negatively impact mood and behaviors. Learn how to help your child overcome negative thinking.
Help! Why Is My Baby Chewing on His Tongue?
If you're asking why your baby is chewing on their tongue, rest assured that it's a normal habit that most babies outgrow quickly.
How to Deal With Sensory Overload in Children
You can help your child manage their symptoms and even prevent future meltdowns by learning how to deal with sensory overload.
How to Discipline a Child With ADHD
Disciplining a child with ADHD is about setting clear expectations and giving simple instructions to help them learn to behave and make better choices.
How to Discipline a Child With DMDD
Having trouble disciplining your child with DMDD? There are many strategies a parent can use.
7 Alternatives to Spanking for Positive Parenting
Is your house filled with yelling, arguments, and physical aggression? These alternatives to spanking are exactly what you need!
Parenting a Child With DMDD
Are you at your wits’ end with your child’s chronic irritability and frequent behavioral outbursts? Disruptive mood dysregulation disorder may be the cause.
Sensory Meltdown Survival Guide for Parents
There are many remedies to handle your child’s sensory meltdown. They vary based on the environment and the type of sensitivities your child experiences.
Self Help Skills: Helping Your Child Achieve Independence
Self help skills are behaviors or activities performed by your child which lead to them developing more independence and autonomy.
Bedtime Tantrums: 22 Tips for Taming Tired Toddlers
Bedtime tantrums are stressful, especially at the end of a long day. Perhaps you've even ended up throwing tantrums of your own.
How to Discipline a One Year Old Gently but Effectively
Proactive discipline strategies can go a long way toward giving your child the freedom they need to learn and develop naturally.
The Strong-Willed Toddler: Peaceful Parenting Strategies for Success
There are many ways you can use positive parenting to nurture your child’s gifts for leadership when parenting a strong-willed toddler.
Toddler Aggression: When To Worry
Aggressive behaviors are a normal part of your toddler’s development. It’s important to help your child deal with these emotions in a healthy way.
The Clingy Toddler: Helping Your Little One Be Independent
A clingy toddler is a result of the healthy bond between parent and child. With the right tools you can help your precious one cope and set them up for...
Behavior, Sensory Activities
Make Your Own Sensory Room on a Budget
A sensory room is a special space where children with sensory processing disorders or other sensory impairments can focus on limited sensory stimuli.
How To Deal with Separation Anxiety in Toddlers at Night
Nighttime separation anxiety in toddlers is normal. Teach your child coping mechanisms so they can learn to manage these big feelings.
9 Alternatives to Time Out for Toddlers
Alternatives to time outs include positive discipline techniques that focus on communication and development of real life skills.