Being a parent is perhaps the single most difficult job in the world. The only one that I think could possibly surpass it would be being president, but parenting would then come in at a close second. It's a wonder then that so many people choose to take on one of life's most challenging tasks, but the answer is clear; it's also the most rewarding.
I know there are tons of books out there that will tell you to do this or try that when it comes to parenting, but who really has the time to read them all? That's why, this week I tasked my team at Rice Psychology Group to come up with solutions to four of the biggest issues parents have to deal with on a daily basis: back talk, whining, not listening and aggression. Even if you don't have kids, I'm sure you know someone who does, so take a quick look at the link below and feel free to pass along the information if you find it useful.