What should you say to your child about puberty?

The preteen years are confusing enough, especially because of the raging hormones due to the onset of puberty. The last thing you want is for your tweenager to be caught off guard by a period and not know why she is bleeding. It is important to give your tween accurate information.…

How to get your baby to stop crying

The most important thing to do first is determine why your baby is crying. What does she want? Is she hungry? Afraid? Lonely? Does she have gas? Here are a few suggestions to soothe a crying baby: Offer a pacifier. Swaddling your baby in a blanket reminds her of the…

How can you help your teen deal with peer pressure?

Teens face a lot of pressure from what to wear, how to act, to whether or not to smoke, drink, do drugs, or engage in sex. How can you help your teen deal with peer pressure? One of the best things you can do is help them find a peer…

Do your understand your child’s Fight, Flight, or Freeze instincts?

Up to a certain age children have 4 basic instincts: Fight, Flight, Freeze, and Fine. When they are fine, you are fine. When they are in any of the other 3 modes, you need to react properly to help them become fine again. Before they can talk, you have to learn…

Learn what to expect when you are expecting.

Congratulations on bringing a new baby into the world! Especially if it’s your first time, you probably have a bunch of questions. The book Raising 4 Dimensional Children in a 2 Dimensional World has a lot of the answers you need. You can get the chapter on Prenatal Care for…

How can you Develop both Right and Left Brain Functions?

You may have heard child brain development discussions about right brain and left brain functions. Traditionally, left brain function was more logical and right brain function was more artistic and emotional. Recent research by Iain McGilchrist published in his book The Master and His Emissary has updated this understanding (through…

Give Your Child a Healthy Attitude towards Grades

Grades are feedback, not a final judgment. If your child doesn’t do well on a test or even on a report card, it’s just feedback that he or she needs to improve – it’s not a final judgment that he or she is dumb or can’t learn. Use grades as…

4D Parents

If you want to become a 4D Parent by raising a 4 Dimensional Child in a 2 Dimensional World, please learn how by ordering the appropriate chapter for the age of your child, or the entire book if you have more than one child, or if you want to have…

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