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Estrés de los padres de familia trabajadores: Sugerencias para compaginar trabajo y familia

By |January 17th, 2019|

Antes de tener a tus peques, ¿cómo te relajabas después de un día largo de trabajo? Quizá te reunías con tus amistades, te ibas al gimnasio, hacías una caminata… a lo mejor no hacías nada – ¡¿qué tan increíble era esto?!

En esa época, la lavandería podía esperar hasta el fin de semana; la compra podía […]

Step 1 of Positive Parenting: Create a Safe, Interesting Environment

By |January 16th, 2019|

Many of us start the New Year with a set of resolutions, usually centered on bettering ourselves in some way—whether it’s eating healthier or saving money. The New Year is also a wonderful time to assess how you are doing with Triple P’s 5 Steps to Positive Parenting.

If you are new to Triple P Online, […]

Cinco Trampas Parentales y Cómo Evitarlas

By |January 3rd, 2019|

Debido a las presiones que acompañan el ser padre de familia, es fácil caer en las trampas comunes de crianza. Las trampas parentales que pueden entorpecer los objetivos de la crianza son maneras específicas sobre cómo actúa o a hablas con tus peques o pareja, o cómo se trata a sí mismo. Todos caemos en […]

Sobreviviendo al ser padre o madre soltera (Exitosamente)

By |January 3rd, 2019|

Ser padre o madre soltera a menudo se acompaña de situaciones estresantes. Como única persona a cargo, es duro estar disponible al 100% en la necesidades físicas y emocionales de tu peque. Y mientras que los momentos de descanso son escasos, los estresantes vienen uno tras otro.

Sin embargo, hay formas de reducir y manejar el […]

Ways to Avoid Separation Problems After Holiday Breaks

By |December 29th, 2018|

It’s likely that it took your child a few weeks—maybe months—to make the adjustment from part-time preschool to elementary school. Can’t blame them—it’s a big leap! Class size is double the number of students, the school is bigger, new teacher and rules to follow, more formal instruction, and less time to play and explore their […]

Seasons Greetings: Tips for Having Visitors Over

By |December 20th, 2018|

The winter holidays are just around the corner, which can lead to an influx in visitors in your home. Some children welcome grandma and grandpa into their home with open arms, others are slower to warm up.

It’s completely normal for some children to be leery of having visitors in their home. But if it’s beginning […]

Bah Humbug! Reducing Holiday Tantrums

By |December 13th, 2018|

The holidays are an exciting time for children. The lights, the sounds, abundance of frosted sugar cookies . . . excitement fills the air!

For toddlers, however, the change to routine, excitement of toys, and new stimuli can result in emotional ups and downs, including more tantrums or, as we like to frame them, “upsets.” But […]

Better Together: Parenting As a Team

By |November 20th, 2018|

While rocking your newborn to sleep and gazing lovingly into her eyes, you’re likely not thinking about what you’ll do when she is 3-years old and throwing peas at you during mealtime. Even less likely is that you are considering how your partner would handle the situation. But as baby grows, you and your partner […]

What To Do When Your Child Is A Bully

By |November 14th, 2018|

Bullying is all over in the news today. It’s an important topic and one that deserve our attention as it becomes increasingly hard for today’s teenagers to safely navigate their social world.

There are warning signs to look for when you suspect that your child is being bullied. But what about when your child is the […]

Your Unique Toddler

By |November 2nd, 2018|

Toddlers are explosive bundles of personality and energy. One minute they are charming you with their rendition of “Shake It Off.” The next, they are in emotional meltdown mode over their milk being too “milky.” From one minute to the next, you never know what to expect with a toddler. But that’s part of the […]