We all know someone who has or is currently going through the dilemma of getting children to try new foods. No matter how hard and stressful it can be, parents have to remember to not give up and make it into a fun, learning, and enjoyable experience.
Meditation is a practice by which an individual trains the mind or induces a mode of consciousness; either to realize some benefit or as an end itself in order to enjoy life with a new outlook.
Why do teens need so much sleep? The main reason is because during puberty your biological clock changes to accommodate later wake up and sleep times, which is why teens tend to sleep in so much later than when they were younger. Another reason is because a teen’s body is growing and developing faster than ever before.
Winter has passed and the weather has finally warmed up, allowing us to get outside and enjoy that which Mother Nature has provided. So why not grab the kids and go for a fun hike through the woods?
Patience is a virtue in which most of us parents do not possess. As we get older, our patience tends to take different forms. It changes because we know that we no longer have to tolerate the things that we once did as children.
Webster’s dictionary defines family as: “A group consisting of parents and children living together in a household.” Families have changed over my life span; today’s “modern” family does not always consist of the “traditional” definition of two parents and their children.
Have you ever been grounded because you forgot to clean your room? Just doesn’t seem fair, does it? Well, one way to help solve that is to write it down and make a list of the things you need to do. All you have to do is grab a piece of paper and write three separate columns: Absolute Musts, Musts, and Wants.