The Educators' Spin On It: Raising a Strong Willed Child: We Get It Series

How to Recognize and Deal with a Strong Willed Child

Strong willed child....another pinner said, "This is the best article I've ever read about this topic."

How to harness a strong-willed child the right way |

Over two generations in my family, this effective method has stopped whining in its tracks. Read now to learn how to stop your child’s whining!

How NOT to raise a brat. This article is EXCELLENT.

Do you have a strong-willed child? Me, too. They're always testing limits and pushing boundaries. It can be exhausting. As tempting as it is to give in, it only makes things worse. I learned the hard way. Here's a few methods that helped me gain the respect of my strong-willed children. It's made all the difference.

How to raise a happy child & discipline less! - in-the-corner

The Whole-Brain Child: 12 Revolutionary Strategies to Nurture Your Child's Developing Mind by Daniel J. Siegel,

LOVE this list!! gonna have to put many of these ideas into play at our house =)

I don’t remember where the article was from, but the main point was that when speaking to young children, it’s really important to use positive statements instead of negative ones, and basically to remove the word “Don’t” from your communication with your child.

10 Things That Can HURT Your Child's Self-Esteem

Teaching boys to be respectful. A new post from the #mobsociety

5 Reasons Kids Lie: How to Teach them to be Honest- part of the Teaching Kids About Character alphabetic blogging series at One Time Through

"When you assume the worst about your child, the worst is often all you can see. When you assume the best about your child, they tend to live up to your expectations. Assume the best intentions and the best motivations to grow the best parent/child relationship." L.R.Knost

Amen!!! Let him/her discuss his/her point, but NEVER argue back!

Night Questions

71 things your child needs to know before kindergarten

Raising God-First Kids in a Me-First World – Franciscan Media

Family jobs and money jobs both have their place in teaching kids responsibility - get tips on how to use them effectively