It's hard to get through a day without a child feeling some type of frustration. Yet, parents typically do such a poor job teaching children how to express anger in a healthy way. I provide parents with many useful tips for learning to prevent and manage a child's anger.

The number one complaint I hear from parents is 'He won't do something the first time I ask.' A parent needs to have a plan on how to handle defiance, because it happens almost every day.

This is often where things fall apart. I provide parents with 10 positive discipline approaches they can have in their parenting tool kit. Then we develop an individualized plan for parents to use and provide the support for implementing it.

The word choices that parents make every day have an incredible power to enhance or harm the relationship with a child. Parents must make a conscious choice to use positive communication that will build mutual respect, cooperation and self-esteem.

It's imperative to a child's success that they have strong self-esteem. A parent plays a key role in its development and must be conscious of choices s/he makes daily to influence a child's self-esteem.

Unwittingly, there are numerous ways that parents contribute to sibling rivalry on a daily basis. A parent can reduce his or her stress level significantly by learning how to handle sibling relations better.