As parents, you want what’s best for your children. Sometimes, this means you become frustrated with decisions made by other parents: perhaps they sent their sick child to school and that child ended up getting your child sick. It might be behavioral; they taught your child a bad word or an unacceptable behavior that your child is now using. Worse still, another child could bully your child.
Which begs the question: Are there ever circumstances under which it is okay to confront another parent? And if so, how should it be done?
First, determine whether a confrontation should happen
To do so, consider the following factors: Continue reading “How to Confront Other Parents at School”
5 cool ways to increase self-esteem
Most parents have one vision in common: they want their children to be happy and confident. Confidence can help your child perform better in school, navigate social situations, and grow into successful, happy adults. The good news is that confidence can be cultivated from an early age. Unfortunately, it can sometimes feel challenging, especially if your child is shy or introverted. That said, finding ways to boost your child’s self-esteem is key for children who are faced with high-pressure situations, like standardized tests or the first day of school.
So, how can you help your child have strong self-esteem, so they thrive in school and into adulthood? Here are five simple strategies:
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