Providing a rich social life for your child is the best thing you can do to guarantee a good mind. And today concludes Dr. Dobson's list of six key environmental factors!
Dr. Dobson proposes three of the six key environmental factors contributing to the development of intelligence in children.
Our task as parents isn't to remove all the obstacles for our children, but to give them tools they need to overcome obstacles.
Before you offer someone else an advice about their flaws, it's a good idea to understand your own!
As a parent how are you motivating your children to learn and study and grow? It can do wonders for their self-esteem.
Reading aloud to your children can pay big dividends—and an Important bonding and learning time for them and for you!
Moving can be traumatic at any age! But there are ways you can help your children make it a smoother journey!
The stories of your own childhood may not seem interesting to you, but they can be precious gifts to your children.
Authority doesn't have to be a bad word. If you love your kids—lead them! Take charge at home. Just do it lovingly!
How about letting your children have a say in what the rules are—and the resulting disciplinary action? It just might work!
Honesty may be the best policy, but let your anger and frustration cool down before you pour it on an unsuspecting partner—in the name of honesty!
Have you noticed how difficult it is to forgive your enemies? And all the more so, when they happen to be your parents.
When we as parents focus on physical attractiveness, our children pick up on our prejudices and our value system—to their peril!
As parents it's a much better outcome if you don't make a big deal out of what may be essentially a non-issue.
You can avoid burnout if you take some time to re-charge your batteries. And that takes careful planning!
Marriage was intended to build the self-esteem of its Partners—and it starts with overlooking flaws!
One of the very best ways to show your children how to succeed may be to teach them how to fail.
The question is: Are the sports your children are involved in about them—or about you? A child's self-esteem may be at stake in your answer to that question.
When you look back on your life, what will have mattered the most? What will rank at the top of the list?
If you're a parent, it doesn't hurt to have a sense of humor while raising your children!
Dr. Dobson advises getting proper treatment for an eating disorder before it gets out of control and become life threatening.
Thank you for your commitment not only to the family but for your patriotism and concern for our country and having the courage to speak out. Glad to hear you’ve recovered from your fall.
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