Abusive and Violent Behavior

Talking with parents about sexuality and online safety, it seems as if everyone just wants to know what button to push or what software to buy to ensure their child never sees porn, never talks to strangers online, and never posts provocative pictures. So let me say this from …Read More

Technology & Kids

As parents, we worry about the safety of our kids. These days, modern technology and social media platforms make it even harder to protect their identities. Facebook, Instagram, Flickr, and other social media websites make it easy for people around the globe to share memories. Sadly, they also make it convenient for …Read More

Parenting Styles and Roles

Today’s mothers are all too familiar with the so-called “Mommy Wars,” an expression used to stereotype the struggles and challenges faced by stay-at-home mothers versus those of working or career mothers. Like with all stereotypes, the Mommy Wars conflict is far more complicated than that. When we talk about the Mommy Wars, …Read More

Consequences and Rewards

Summertime is on the way. While many parents look forward to a more leisurely pace, others dread the season because the structure in their kids’ schedules breaks down. It’s important to begin as early as possible to help your children plan their time—and that includes establishing their …Read More

Stop defiant behavior for good!

With her husband deployed, military mom Bobbi Pack experienced temper tantrums, backtalk and physical abuse from her son Ethan. "You think you failed as a parent." said Bobbi.

The Total Transformation changed everything for the Packs. "We were happier, we were healthier. I felt like I can breathe and get back to what's important."

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Anxiety and Depression

When Rebecca, now a college senior, was 14 years old, she started showing some classic signs and symptoms of depression. Concerned, her mother, Judy, began to seek an accurate, professional …Read More

Parenting Styles and Roles

Have you ever noticed that when things aren’t going right, particularly with your kids, your knee-jerk reaction is to do more of something—not less? If they are not listening to you, you most likely raise your voice, rather than lower it. If they are struggling with something difficult, you jump in with …Read More

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