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John Rosemond

John Rosemond

Family psychologist John Rosemond answers parents' questions on his website at www.rosemond.com.


Articles from John Rosemond

Helping Your Discontent Child

By John Rosemond

February 20, 2017

Parents who adopt certainly face challenges, but especially parents with open adoptions. Read more »

Napping Towards Success

By John Rosemond

February 14, 2017

Some people claim nap clubs, a growing popularity among high schools, promote student success, however, John Rosemond writes otherwise. Read more »

Why A Smart Phone Is Not A Smart Choice For Your Children

By John Rosemond

February 7, 2017

Does your child really need a smart phone? John Rosemond writes on the addictive effects of smart phones on children and teens. Read more »

How To Calm A Screaming...Teen?

By John Rosemond

January 31, 2017

At 15 you would think a kid's screaming and name calling were over, but not for these frustrated parents who come to John Rosemond for help. Read more »

Too Much Emotion, Too Little Direction

By John Rosemond

January 25, 2017

Where is the line between parenting and not caring for your child's feelings? John Rosemond writes on balancing emotions with your children. Read more »

To Vape or Not To Vape

By John Rosemond

January 18, 2017

John Rosemond responds to a parent finding a surprise from their susceptible son. Read more »

Holding Your Child To Higher Standards

By John Rosemond

January 11, 2017

John Rosemond answers concerned parents' question on how to stop their son's marijuana problem. Read more »

What Is The Real Problem Here?

By John Rosemond

January 4, 2017

John Rosemond reveals the difference between children's psychological and behavioral problems, often confused by parents who give their children too many excuses and not enough lessons. Read more »

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