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Raising Well Adjusted Children

Professional Advice for Dealing with Difficult Parenting Problems

4 Ways To Help Your Child Deal with Negative Emotions

By Bill Walker

Your child has emotions just like you do; teach them how to handle the negative ones

Policing Your Children’s Smartphone Apps

By Bill Walker

Cell phones can be a blessing and a curse.  Keep your child safe

The Importance of a Cell Phone Contract with Your Kids

By Bill Walker

Work with your child to create a cell phone contract that both of you are comfortable with

The 4 Most Dangerous Apps On the Internet for Preteens & Teens, According to the Experts

By Bill Walker

Technology changes rapidly. Be aware of apps the pose a danger to your children

Stop School Bullying – NOW!

By Bill Walker

How to keep your child from being the bully and/or the one bullied

A Warning For Parents of Teens: High School Is Not What It Used To Be

By Bill Walker

High Schools today do not reflect the high schools of parents. Learn more about how you can help your child navigate the new norm.

Following These 4 Resolutions Will Make You a Better Parent This Year!

By Bill Walker

Parenting is hard work. Use your New Year's Resolutions to become a better parent

How To Destroy a Child: Make Them Feel Rejected and Unloved

By Bill Walker

Your child feels safe when she feels loved.  Don't destroy that safety net

Don’t Try To Make Your Kids Happy 100% of the Time: Do This Instead

By Bill Walker

You won't always be happy. Teach your children to deal with those hard days

“Hey Kids: WASH YOUR HANDS!” Surprising New Research on Hand Washing

By Bill Walker

Basic hygiene seems like common sense. But you must teach your children the right way to wash their hands

Helping Children Cope with Stress

By Bill Walker

Our children are stressed to a greater degree than previous generations.  Teach them how to cope

Are You Teaching Your Teen to Be Disrespectful ?!

By Bill Walker

We try to teach our children to be respectful. But are we also teaching them to be disresptful without realizing what we are doing?

Go Ask Dad!

By Bill Walker

Dads, become the "google" in your child's life