We are always behind any tip that emphasizes the importance of knowing how to ask for help. Actress Elizabeth Banks knows that many of us today feel like we have to be super moms who do it all, take care of the kids, cook, and have a wonderful career.
But that’s a goal that’s very hard to achieve, and if it is attainable, it must include a lot of help from others. Banks says she asked for a lot of help, and so should you, don’t be shy about it!
Let's face it, having children can be extremely challenging. Even simple things, like playtime with them, can get astonishingly tedious. Well, Scottish actor Ewan McGregor has a tip on how to eliminate that boredom — just be present!
Instead of being on your phone, or thinking about all the things you have to do next, just try and really be there when you play with your child. It will mean everything to your kid, to you, and to your relationship.
Debra Messing, who played Grace in"Will & Grace" is not just an amazing actress, but also a great singer, as seen on NBC's "Smash." Well, her parenting tip might only apply to musical theater nerds, as she claims the best way to distract kids from their own temper tantrums is to sing broadway tunes.
Debra has a lovely voice, but what should parents that weren't blessed with singing abilities do? Singing off-key might worsen temper tantrums if you ask us.
Just like the rest of us, fabulous model Gisele Bündchen had to potty train her son. Bündchen is a hard worker, and she never takes the easy way out. When it was time to potty train her son, she was no different.
The model would let her son walk around the house, no diapers included, and when it seemed like he had to go, she would pick him up and run with him to the toilet. It's bizarre, but according to her, it works.
Dwayne Johnson is a tough guy with a soft side. He cares about helping his children build self-esteem, which is why his parenting technique is all about helping his daughter set goals and accomplish them.
It's the simple things that help children gain confidence — The Rock, for example, has told his daughter that by 8 she'll be able to fish and by 16, drive his pickup truck.