If being a parent has taught me anything, it is that I am not a parenting expert. I have become far more hesitate to give parenting advice after having kids than before I had kids. But thankfully there are people who research parenting stuff for a living. And I am happy to share with you some of their best articles. Here are three helpful articles I came across this week.
A statement like, “I’m not going to church” no longer has to result in conflict between parents and kids. Instead it can be an opportunity. This great article will show how that is possible.
I like any article that encourages parents to pull an intellectual Judo move on their kids. In this article, Jonathan McKee does just that. With this little move you’ll no longer resort to lecturing your kids on what not to listen to, watch, or even wear. But instead you’ll empower them to use their own reasoning skills to make wiser decisions.
By the time your kids are in middle school there is a very good chance they have been exposed to pornography. This is a sad but well documented fact. Parents must know how to respond. These articles provide parents with helpful information on what to do when their kids are exposed to pornography and to how protect them in the future. A must read for every parent.
I hope you found these articles helpful. Share your thoughts in the comments section. And let others readers know what parenting articles you have found helpful?