Revolving Door at Bedtime

2015-05-01T21:39:48+00:00

Q: Our nine-year-old won’t stay in his room. He’ll be in and out, to use the bathroom, get a drink, and other excuses. He also has been reading after lights-out, hiding his reading by using

Revolving Door at Bedtime 2015-05-01T21:39:48+00:00

A Love of Money

2015-04-25T22:03:29+00:00

Q: I need some guidance on allowance. My 9-year-old has always been Mr. Money. He loves it and will do anything to get it—and then spends it at the first opportunity. Granted, he is very

A Love of Money 2015-04-25T22:03:29+00:00

When a Boy Likes a Girl

2018-07-17T15:59:26+00:00

Q: My 14-year-old son, who will be entering high school in the fall, has been talking to girls. It appears that he might even have a girlfriend. My sister said I need to talk with

When a Boy Likes a Girl 2018-07-17T15:59:26+00:00

Raising Readers

2015-04-24T21:06:47+00:00

Parents frequently ask me reading-related questions. Some want to know how to encourage reading in their child, while others are wrestling with what to allow their child to read, especially if that child reads above

Raising Readers 2015-04-24T21:06:47+00:00

7 Parenting Habits

2017-03-28T23:43:20+00:00

7 Parenting Habits ebook PDF offers parents easy ways to become highly effective—or ineffective—moms and dads by incorporating these easy-to-implement habits into your parenting repertoire. These commonsense principles can transform your parenting from ineffective to

7 Parenting Habits 2017-03-28T23:43:20+00:00

When the Companion’s Invisible

2015-04-08T00:01:00+00:00

Q: My 4-year-old daughter has an imaginary friend called Buster. She talks to Buster, plays with Buster, insists that Buster sit at the table with her, etc. Sometimes, she expects me to talk to Buster

When the Companion’s Invisible 2015-04-08T00:01:00+00:00

Parenting According to Vicki Hoefle, Part Two

2015-03-27T21:12:27+00:00

I recently spoke with Vicki Hoefle, professional parent educator, author of Duct Tape Parenting, and national speaker, about parenting. Her new book, The Straight Talk on Parenting; A No-Nonsense Approach on How to Grow a

Parenting According to Vicki Hoefle, Part Two 2015-03-27T21:12:27+00:00

A Rude Awakening

2015-04-27T18:29:56+00:00

Q: Our four-year-old son has started to be disrespectful to other adults in front of me. For example, he snatched something from my friend’s hand that he wanted. When I made him apologize, he first

A Rude Awakening 2015-04-27T18:29:56+00:00

Parenting According to Vicki Hoefle, Part One

2015-03-27T20:45:18+00:00

I recently spoke with Vicki Hoefle, professional parent educator, author of Duct Tape Parenting, and national speaker, about parenting. Her new book, The Straight Talk on Parenting; A No-Nonsense Approach on How to Grow a

Parenting According to Vicki Hoefle, Part One 2015-03-27T20:45:18+00:00

Boys Being Boys—and Why That’s Okay

2015-03-13T15:41:17+00:00

Q:I have three boys: 3, 7 and 10 years old. The oldest loves to wrestle and play with his siblings, but he’s also much more aggressive than they are—but not to the point of hurting

Boys Being Boys—and Why That’s Okay 2015-03-13T15:41:17+00:00