Parental Intelligence

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When kids are asked, “How was school today?” or “How was your day today?” some kids don’t answer at all or gratuitously

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The parent-child relationship is one of the most important aspects of helping your child battle OCD. OCD  sufferers with a supportive parent,

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Some people are very private with their cell phone passwords. Other people wish they didn’t even have to have one. I’m not

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In our society, there seems to be an idealization of the extroverted, gregarious socialite. We seem to believe that this type of

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Long experienced psychoanalyst and author of “Unlocking Parental Intelligence,” Laurie Hollman, PhD, says to praise kids with Parental Intelligence. According to Hollman,

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Parenting the socially uneasy child is more complicated than labeling your child as shy. It may just be your child’s temperament or

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Understanding the minds of children and their development is critical for parents with Parental Intelligence. At age 3 kids are ego-centric and

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How do you help your children and teens think for themselves, stay true to their nature, and go at their own pace?

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The other day I was visiting a preschool and talking with a parent whose adorable six-year-old was wearing a pirate mask and

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It’s so common to see little three and four-year-olds telling their peers and adults what to do with such ferocity you wonder

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Parents observe their kids nervous energy or quiet aloneness before school starts because these kids are thinking about their worries about starting

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As school begins again and parents’ schedules get complicated, mothers and fathers put on a cheerful face as they get their kids set

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There are many reasons families move from one home to another. The most delightful is when the family can afford a larger

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Before children start formal schooling, even pre-school, they are learning all the time. Think of how toddlers learn. You don’t have to

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