Do you know the right way to praise your children?
A Stanford study found that kids who have their efforts praised are more motivated and persistent than those who are praised for their abilities. For example, saying "You did a great job with those math problems," is...
Sometimes our girls overreact and bring DRAMA; we have to remain calm so they follow our lead. Check out this FaceBook video with an extreme and funny case of overreaction after a doctor’s visit. Sometimes you just have to laugh.
Science says that parents of successful kids have these 7 things in common. Do you need all the seven? Probably not, since many successful kids aren’t born affluent. The book WTEWYDHDDs shares the need for #1 with the Business Insider’s seven.