As parents, we must recognize that it is our inner state, not our child's (mis)behavior, that is the cause of our frustration and irritability. Once we make this shift, we can enjoy helping our child learn from mistakes. Here are 8 tips from Jack Elias for doing just that.

I was asked recently, “Given how much violence and political unrest has increased in our society, isn’t it healthy to fear for my child’s safety?” The welfare of our children is a compelling natural concern for almost all living beings – not just human beings.

Do you struggle when correcting your young child's behavior? When your toddler starts invading the kitchen cabinets, Jack Elias gives these 4 key guidelines for parenting with kindness.