Panicked Behind The Wheel: How To Overcome An Obstinate Fear Of Driving

Although having a fear of driving may limit the freedom you have in life, you might be able to get by taking buses, commuter trains, cabs, or the subway, but if circumstances suddenly mandate that you learn how to drive, you're faced with an overwhelming task. Driving has real dangers, but fearing them beyond rational bounds means you have a real phobia and, therefore, need real help. The following five-step plan can get you moving in the right direction right away. [Read More]

Four Ways To Prepare Your Child Emotionally For Daycare

When it is time for you to go back to work after you give birth, if you do not have in-home care provided by a relative or nanny, you will be faced with enrolling your young one in a daycare center. The upside of daycare is that your child will be in a structured environment that provides them with the opportunity to socialize with other kids their age and engage in learning activities. [Read More]

7 Tips For Teaching Your Child To Share

If your child has trouble sharing his toys with other kids, you may feel frustrated. You want your little one to be generous and willingly share his belongings with others, but he fusses every time you ask him to let his playmate play with a toy. It is quite normal for little kids to be selfish, but it is up to you as a parent to show your child how important sharing is. [Read More]

4 Reasons To Enroll Your Child In A Private School

Some parents automatically reject the notion of enrolling their children in a private school simply because they think of such schools as elitist or unaffordable -- without giving full consideration to the many benefits such an education can offer. If you're on the fence about where to send your kids, here are four compelling reasons to keep some kind of private school on your short list. 1. Education With an Agenda [Read More]