Discipline is the Highest Form of Love
    June 4, 2014
    Discipline is the Highest Form of Love

    Discipline is the key to raising functional happy children. What this means is that parents need to, first and foremost, be disciplined themselves. If a parent isn’t disciplined there is no chance o…

    Mindful
    April 3, 2014
    Mindful Family, Happy Family

    Take a moment and imagine what it would be like if everyone in your household was more patient, kind, calm and respectful. Trips to the doctor’s office become more infrequent, grades improve, and di…

    PARENTING AND DISCIPLINE IN BLENDED FAMILIES
    November 28, 2013
    Parenting and Discipline in “Blended Families”

    Parents and stepparents feel differently about kids. Stepparents, even if they care about their stepkids, do not begin with a deeply established heart connection with them. Furthermore, habits, values…

    Dr. Greene’s Top Parenting Dos and Don’ts
    August 13, 2008
    Dr. Greene’s Top Parenting Dos and Don’ts

    Each day I see parents trying their best to do what’s right for their families, but no one has the perfect guidebook that tells parents what to do. Here are the top ten solvable problems that I advi…

    Hitting and Biting
    January 16, 2003
    Hitting and Biting

    Dr. Greene's Answer: Most kids hit or bite at some point. Those who keep it up usually feel they are getting something out of it. Either getting their way or getting attention (even negative attention…

    Saying No
    January 7, 2003
    Saying “No”

    Dr. Greene`s Answer: Ten months old is part of the Great Age of Exploration. Most kids have learned to maneuver across the room and they want to handle and examine (and often mouth) most everything th…

    Difficult Behavior
    January 6, 2003
    Difficult Behavior

    Dr. Greene's Answer: Just as habits take a long time to form, they often take a while to change. It's not too late for this boy to learn constructive ways of behaving. One of the main ways that kids l…

    Behavioral Problems
    January 5, 2003
    Behavioral Problems

    Dr. Greene's Answer: With a 7-year-old, you want to set just a few rules, but it's important to keep them consistent. Tying them to taking away privileges is often the best form of discipline for kids…