Children attempt to control their environment, which means the people around them, through pity or threat.
Twelve-month-old Roseanna has one adoring mama, one adoring daddy, one adoring five-year-old sister, one adoring seven-year-old brother, and dozens of adoring friends.
There is a universal tendency to try to make life fair. We tend to think of legislated fairness as equality, when in fact it is inequality. This is so ingrained in us that we (...)
One of the young mothers in the church tells how she trained her three-month-old daughter to cry and whine to be picked up and held.
Last week I was in Florida staying in the home of a young family. They had a son, 2-years old, who exemplified good training.
In our book, To Train Up A Child, the chapter that has produced the most inquires is the one on potty training infants.
What irritates the mother about her child is actually a developing character flaw in the child.