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Parents Teach Sharing! - Remember Kindergarten? Many of those values helped us to be better people. Learn how to get some of that back right here in this article....
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Parents Model Human Interaction! - Are we teaching our kids how to interact? Do they know how to interact face to face? Learn how to model putting down electronics and talk....
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Parents Paint the Picture You Want! - Can you paint a room in your house? How about painting yourself a better life. Learn how and why right here!...
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Children Are Vulnerable: How Mother Saved My Life - That early morning, my mother had asked me to go downstairs and wait for her as she tied a scarf over her head. Holding the rail and the wall, I walked the two flights of stairs to the ground floor of our family house in Onitsha, Nigeria. My strength was failing, and my legs could hardly carry me by the time I reached the bottom of the stairs....
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Parents It's Not Too Late! - Are you too busy for your own children? Have you been the kind of parent you set out to be? There is still time to be that kind of parent....
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Parents Teach Your Kids Leadership Skills! - Have you ever seen a real leader bully someone else? I doubt it! Learn why we should teach our kids to be real leaders....
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Parents Are We Helping Too Much! - Remember when parents demanded a lot out of their children? And they used to get a lot out of them! Should we be asking more of our kids?...
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Parents Raise Yourself to Raise Your Kids! - Why do they tell you on planes to put on your oxygen mask first? It's because you need to be ready and able to help your children. Learn how to be in a better position to help your children right here....
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Parents Teach Your Kids About Friendships! - Do you want your kids to be happier in school and in life? If so, then you must teach this critical skill to them....
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Parenting Boys! - Rarely is it easy parenting boys. With the right approach though we can learn how to develop our boys into young good men! Learn how here....
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Positive Parenting! - Are you setting the right expectations for your children? Find out about a few simple tricks to have a lasting positive effect as a parent....
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Parents It's A Balancing Act! - Learn why it's good sometimes to get out of balance to get back into balance. Once you learn this, everything becomes better....
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Parents It's Dinnertime! - Do you have a regular dinnertime with your family? You should! And here's why....
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Be LOYAL to the Bible: An Encouraging Word for Christian Parents and Educators - As Christian parents and teachers, our number one goal is to introduce our children to Jesus. One of the best ways to do this is to faithfully teach them the Bible. The Bible is our road map for life and is the definitive word of God given to us through His Holy Spirit. Use the following acrostic of the word "LOYAL" to help you stay on track while teaching it to your children....
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Parents Ask Questions! - Don't worry about your kid acting like you're bothering him when you ask him questions. Ask away! And throw in a thought-provoking one, too....
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Parenting: The New Normal! - Parents, your lives are very different now! And it will never go back to what it was before kids. Don't fret it though, it's a great ride!...
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Enjoy Parenting More! - We need to be present more. We need to be aware of our stress level because our kids will unknowingly mirror our physiological state. Smile!...
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Parenting Is Not What I Expected! - As parents, we face an uncertain world. Yet we find the strength to move forward anyway. We have to. We're parents and brave by necessity....
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Our To-Do List? - Sometimes not getting everything done that you want to get done is a good thing. Especially, when you get done what you need to get done....
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Parenting In the Tech Age! - Don't be afraid of electronics. Instead, just look for some balance....
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Parenting Is A Never-Ending Learning Experience! - Every day is different for us parents. However, every day we get to learn something new. So, choose to learn, instead of being frustrated....
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Parents Press the Pause Button! - We don't have to run at full speed all the time. Sometimes we just need to push the pause button and enjoy just being a parent right now. Go ahead. Try it. I think you'll be happy that you did....
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Hot Cocoa and A Movie! - Parents, are you creating memories with your children like you're supposed to be? Or are you too busy running around to be fully present?...
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Parents What About Bullying? - Do our kids know what real bullying is? Do they know what to do when they come across bullying or mistreatment when they are on their own?...
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Parents You Don't Have to Be Perfect! - Nobody expects us to be perfect parents. However, collectively us parents have done well throughout history. Learn more about it right here....
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Parents It's A Learning Experience! - There is always something new in raising a family. So let's not look at it as a road of mistakes, let's look at it as a journey of learning....
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Parents Check Your Kids' Grades! - With the technology that schools use, there is no reason why we shouldn't know how our kids are doing in school. Just look. It really helps....
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Parents Make Amends! - Our kids can drive us crazy! But the bottom line is that we are the adults, so we need to do the adult thing and make amends when needed....
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Tips to Celebrate National Sons and Daughters Day - In America, we have a lot of celebration days to recharge our batteries from time to time. These occasions provide us with a way to get together so we can get rid of our worries and spend quality time with our loved ones. For instance, we have Mother's Day, Father's day, and, of course, Son and Daughter Day. The Son and Daughter Day is on the 11th of August each year. If you are going to celebrate this day for the first time, we have a few tips f...
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Tips to Buy a Gift for Your Teenager Friend - It can be hard for you to purchase a gift for a teen. However, if you get to know him, the decision can become a bit easier. What you need to do is ask him about his interests. Make sure your questions are open-ended. Afterwards, you can put together a list of things that you can give him as a gift. Given below are some tips that can help you even more....
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3 Simple Things That Makes a Smart, Happy Child - It is imperative for all caretakers to know that affection is crucial to all age groups. It teaches children that they are loved and because of that love, they can accomplish their dreams....
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Top 5 Ways to Sleep Better As A New Parent - New parents lose up to 6 months of sleep adjusting to parenthood. Take some time back to yourself and improve your health. Focus on these 5 simple tricks to getting a better nights sleep as a new parent....
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How to Choose Sound Advice for You and Your New Baby - There is no better feeling than being a new parent, but there are still so many new things to learn about raising a child that no matter how many books that are read, videos watched or experts seen there is always a new and different challenge to face. Expectant parents are always up to date with their research which also includes many different forms of advice, but what to do when certain advice is given? Should parents always listen to advice e...
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Parents, Get Involved in School Activities - We have to show our kids we value education and are interested in what they do in school. Thankfully, there are many easy ways to do this....
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Co-Parenting: Learning to Tame the Beast - Co-parenting forms part of my existence just like my coffee. The only difference is that my coffee doesn't taste that bad, and I don't have to come up with ingenious ways of drinking it. My coffee doesn't reply to my messages with anger and resentment. Nonetheless, they both form part of my life and routine....
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Is Your Child Having Exam Phobia? - Its quite natural that fear of exam arises as the date of exam approaches. But it all depends on how one deals with it. There can not be one single fixed way by which you can overcome exam fear. It depends on a person's attitude towards exam and attempting it with full confidence. This article talks of few psychological aspects for exam fear and how to deal with it....
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Parenting Concerns on Children Pursuing Studies Away From Home - Parenting is also about milestones. New challenges and decisions bring in a new life. Read through for knowing parenting concerns on letting your child pursue studies away from home....
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Parents, You Don't Have the Luxury of Being Weak - Parents, as parents, we don't have the luxury of just sitting back because we're scared or overwhelmed. We have to stand up for our kids!...
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How Not to Raise A Child - Ephesians 6:4 "Fathers, do not irritate and provoke your children to anger [do not exasperate them to resentment], but rear them [tenderly] in the training and discipline and the counsel and admonition of the Lord." Dear people of God, I once read a true story of a young University student in his early twenties who committed suicide. In his suicide note, he wrote there that he took his own life because he had disappointed his parents....
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Did Legalizing Abortion Change Society? - When the government made abortion legal, it took away all the legal and moral ramifications. As a result, there were more abortions than ever which created an atmosphere of irresponsibility, and it rapidly became a form of birth control, which resulted in a moral breakdown, especially among the young. Before abortion was legal, people were humiliated and scorned for getting pregnant, as a result, if a teen became pregnant they normally got marrie...
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Feeling A Parent's Grief - Once upon a time, in the early 2000s, I helped some local government units (LGUs) in Samar and Leyte provinces prepare their Land Use Plans or feasibility studies for various projects that at the time benefitted financial support from the national government. One night-time in an upland barangay (Cabang, Hinabangan, Samar), I found myself being "interviewed" by three New People's Army (NPA) combatants....
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Parents, There Is No Instructional Manual - You're writing your own story. You're writing your own manual. Trust your gut and let your love for your kid be your compass. You can do it!...
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Welcome to Teen Parenting - Do you still cringe when your teen expressed his/her desire to go for the ED Sheeran concert? Welcome to parenting a TEEN! A new journey begins but make sure to take a detour from old mindsets, patterns and parent talk. ...
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Parents, Pick Your Sons - Life makes us really busy. But, regardless, we can't just make it up to our sons when we pick someone else over them on their birthday....
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Raising a Daughter or a Guinea Pig? - Marriages are indeed made in heaven. But is it applicable for every girl? Well, as per as my opinion is concerned, it's a big NO. The moment she crosses the age of 18, her parents start to think that she might never get married if she continues to be career-oriented. Then she is shoved into a married life, either by her parents or boyfriend, where the scenario takes a massive turn. The first adventure comes as a circus show where everyone comes t...
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How to Manage Children's Tantrums - Parenting 101: Managing Tantrum Behaviors in 6 Ways - Being a parent is not easy. There are lots of things to think about, more so things to do at home, in the office, and when outside. Especially if you are working at the same time, your mind can't help but think about the condition of your kids at home and in school....
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Here Are Three Activities To Help Foster A Positive Attitude In Children - We have seen our society change dynamically over the years. The world is filled with negativity, violence, and suffering. The only trait that can a difference is; positive attitude. We all know it is almost impossible to control every event in your life, but you can always control your reactions to the happening around you....
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Check Homework - A little tip for next school year. If you really want your kid to succeed check their homework, as well as model doing homework yourself....
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Decision-Making: Allowing Children to Make Mistakes - Allowing children to make mistakes is an important part of helping them to develop good decision-making skills. When a child makes a choice that leads to an undesirable outcome a 'mistake' we can help the child to reflect upon his/her choices that led to that outcome. We can the child learn to consider what other choices might have been possible, as well as what possible outcomes those choices might have elicited....
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Decision Making: The First Step in the Process for Young Children - Basic level, decision-making entails making a choice, and this is a skill that we can help Young children to develop. Young children, when given a choice between two options, often respond by saying, "Yes." The first step in teaching the decision-making process is to help children recognize that 'or' questions require a choice of just one of the options....
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Advice for Keeping Your Teen Driver Safe on the Road - Driving is more than a privilege; it is a huge responsibility. Learn some important safety topics and tips that you should discuss with your teenage driver....
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Bedtime! Right Now! - Kids want to stay up late because they're kids. And because we're parents we need to put them to bed on time for their own good. Just do it!...
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Thriving Children & Teens Living in a Complicated World - When children and teens see that every situation faced, whether it be positive or negative, brings about new opportunities to practice and hone their ability to reason and make sense of life, perhaps for the first time they are able to connect with a true alley and here's what we mean by this ...
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Parents Schedule Homework Time - Parents, kids like structure and schedules. Kids want us to be their leaders. So, let's lead by scheduling the same HW time every night. OK?...
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Quiet Hugs Say It Loud and Clear - Don't let another day go by without hugging your children. Your actions will speak volumes to your children and someday make a difference....
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Which Is a Priority For A Mom - Job Or Kid? The Answer Is Both - But, How? Top 5 Ways - This article explains how a mother feels when she feels her child in the womb. A emotional fight between career and motherhood. Finally explains way to balance both her kid and career....
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Why You Should Create Your Kid's Next Gift, Not Buy It - Those who love woodworking know that nearly anything can be crafted from wood with a little patience, endurance, and the right tools. Yet for some reason, each gift-giving opportunity is met with a trip to the store....
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Parents, Don't Give Up - Parents, sometimes it may look and feel like our kids are not listening to us. However, they are listening. So, don't throw in the towel ...
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Nurturing Curiosity Will Promote Creativity in Your Child - You have probably watched a couple of funny videos on YouTube where children do amazing stuff unknowingly and it ends up being a social media meme. If you haven't, then I would recommend you do so that you get a better understanding of our topic today. Children just like adults are inborn learners....
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Parents, You Have the Most Important Job - As parents, what we do will be remembered and imitated by our children who will pass it on to their children. We have a very important job!...
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Touch To A Child Is Better Than Ice Cream - While many things cause children to act out, some solutions are right in hand's reach. Some children simply feel lost for no apparent reason; while others are dealing with situations at home or school that we are not aware of. Bullying, loss of a family member, abuse, inadequacy, low self-esteem, getting in with the wrong crowd, trouble focusing on tasks and schoolwork....
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How to Develop Creativity in Your Child - Ever struggled and wondered how to make life more fun and creative for your child? This article will help as it illustrates a few key points. Look inside to find out....
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The "Important Things" Really Aren't Important - That moment when you realize that spending time playing a game with your child is more important than anything else; sometimes you have to put yourself second. Childhood is a fleeting moment in time that has be taken advantage of....
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Bonding With Your Baby: Why Is It Not Always Instant? - There are moments when an infant instantly bonds with his/her parents. And there are times when bonding becomes tough. According to a study that was published in 2014, sometimes there's a chance of every one in four children not bonding with their parents at all. This is undesirable both for parents and their little one....
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10 Good Habits to Inculcate in Children - It is not possible to always be with your child and take care of him. The mentioned healthy habits for kids will make him competent to take care of himself all his life. Guide him step by step from his early childhood to practice these good habits for a healthy body and a happy mind....
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Teenagers and Mount St Helens - Fourteen-year-old Avonna walks into the kitchen with her backpack in hand. Not saying a word, she walks with determination toward the door. Her Mom turns from the sink, looks at her and asks, "Are you going somewhere?...
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Top Baby Essentials Every Mother Should Have - When you are expecting, it can be difficult to predict exactly what you will need once your baby arrives. Shopping for a baby can be quite overwhelming because there is a lot of attractive baby equipment out there and you are tempted to just get everything....
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America Doesn't Have A Mental Health Problem - In light of the recent school shootings and the continuous effort by the hard left to abolish our right to defend ourselves, the next mantra is that America has a Mental health problem and that issue is at the heart of our country's ills. I won't disagree with that statement, there are many individuals who do have mental health issues brought on by a variety of reasons and there needs to be facilities and professional care available to help these...
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When Separation Anxiety Kicks in Post the Baby's Birth - It is heartbreaking to see the tears rolling down the cheeks of your baby when leaving her at preschool or to your babysitter. The scene repeats every day, and it wrecks heavily upon your emotional well- being as well as your baby's....
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My Epic Diaper Failure - Everybody poops. But babies have a special power, I guess. Well, that's the only thing that they can do, apart from eating of course, and we all did the same when we were babies too....
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Play: Why Is It Important? - Children are like clay. At the young tender age, they tend to mould themselves based on their interaction with the world around them, just as a lump of clay does....
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A List of the Baby Care Products for Happy Parenting - When searching the creative toys and baby carriers or slings to care your baby, it recommends looking for the options just introduced to the modern market. There are so many baby care options introduced to keep your baby healthy, engaged and comfortable....
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Baby Bottle Feeding Advice and Guideline - Congratulations. You are new MOM and need to know how to feed a newborn baby guideline and tips. Follow the advice and feed your baby nicely....
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Whether to Give Your Baby Vitamins - Parents know that the growing years of a baby has its own challenges. Everyone wants the child to grow healthy, strong and fit. And when it comes to the food and vitamins intake of your baby, you'll probably get to hear varying views from everyone you encounter....
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Things I Consider Inevitable As a Parent in 2018 - 1. I don't put much stock in New Year's resolutions, but I do see January as a month for new starts. The new year is filled with new opportunities and challenges....
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How to Get Your Child to Read More - How do I get my daughter to read more?' The mother sitting across from me is not the first parent to ask me this question. In fact I would go so far as to say that as a tutor, it is one of the most common questions asked by parents looking to boost their child into the next grade level or help them achieve that extra 10% or get them into the best grammar school....
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How Parental Involvement Affects Student Achievement - Parental involvement is often seen as a cornerstone of a child's education. It can make a considerable difference to your child's school life, both in academic success and in general enjoyment at school....
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A Daughter's Love - This letter is to all the "daddies" out there who strive to show up for their families every day. We are looking forward to seeing you show up....
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4 Ways to Raise Optimistic Children - It's easy to get sucked into negativity these days, but you don't have to. Raise your children to be optimistic by teaching them how to look on the bright side of things, because positive children are happier in life and more well-adjusted....
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Why Are So Many Teenagers Getting Depressed? - Why is teen depression and suicide is escalating? Anti-depressants might help, but not always. What can parents do?...
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Are You Shouting at Your Kids? Know What It Does To Them - Most parents resort to shouting at their children when they don't seem to listen. But what does it do to them? Read what the Psychologist say on how to handle Kids without actually shouting at them. Let's just agree, no one likes yelling. It could seem like the right thing to do for your kid at that time, but it'll always make you feel bad later. Also, it does not seem to work on the children, too. They'll be back at what made you mad in the firs...
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Holiday Tips for Recently Divorced Families - Having difficulties with your kids during the holidays after a divorce. These tips may help....
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Is Too Much Screen Time Bad for Speech and Language Development? - This is the 2nd article in the series "The Impact of Technology on Childhood Development." If you missed the 1st article, it covered the Hidden Hazards of Blue Light and Digital Devices on Kids Eyes. My friend's three and a half year old was showing signs of delayed speech development. As parents, they did what any concerned parent would do and took him to their pediatrician....
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Tenderness at a Child's Rebuke - AS I read a story to my son during his bedtime routine, I received a sharp albeit respectful rebuke. All I had said was the street, "Riverbank Close." It did happen to be "Riverbank Rise," so he simply said, "Riverbank Rise!" to which I said, "Yes, that's what I said," not thinking. "No," he said, "you said Riverbank Close!" "Yes," I said, having given it further thought, "you're right, I did get it wrong." There was no gloating in him as he hear...
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Does Technology Benefit Young Children's Education? - Parents battle with their kids with their use of tablets, mobile phones, TV, and streaming services. How can a parent balance a child's use of technology with education?...
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Borderline Personality Disorder Awareness Month Is Throughout the Year Because It Must Be - In any year lately, Mental Illness Awareness is announced for various conditions. Borderline Personality Disorder will be on the increase in 2017 and 2018, and this means a lot of adult children away from home will be struggling with reality itself in struggling with powerful mood swings. Borderline Personality Disorder - BPD - strikes many young adults in their mid-twenties....
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Precious Little Moments, Surreal Little Wonders - "MUM, when I'm an adult I want to marry you," I heard my son say to my wife as I washed dishes and she helped him brush his teeth for bed. In that moment I wondered what her response would be. I was curious. Then I heard her say, "Sorry darling, but you can only be married to one person, and Mum is married to Dad." Then I chimed in and said, "But you could marry someone like Mum." The conversation continued for a few more moments, but we could te...
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When to Expect Those First Words - Babies do not start talking instantly. It is a series of phases of hearing, grasping, speaking and understanding! The first time when the child speaks something understandable such as mama or dada, parents are undoubtedly excited but a little disappointing fact is that they don't really mean it and they don't know the meaning of words that they just spoke....
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When Will Your Baby Understand a "No"? - Parents try to answer every call, and their attempts would be always positive to satisfy the baby with a "Yes". However, it is essentially not possible for all parents under the sky to satisfy the baby every time. No matter how resourceful the parents are, there are certain phases where they have to restrict their children with a "no" for the best interest of their child....
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The Greatest Gift to Give a Child - Teach Empathy - SITTING with a little girl in tears, Aaron, himself just a little boy, doesn't say a word. He just sits there with her, trying to imagine how she feels. She soon felt a little better....
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If Wishes Were Horses, And Clicks Were Purchases - Single parents juggle with multiple responsibilities primary being managing finances and being by their kid, ensuring they have access to all amenities of a healthy development. While there are problems there are solutions as well. We delve into the subtle emotions of a single mom, peeping into her desires....
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12 Reasons Exercise for Kids Is Beneficial for Growth and Development - If someone had told me, when I was a kid, to stare at a screen for 4 hours instead of play outside, I would have told them to stick it where the sun don't shine! I ran a lot as a kid, as did all my friends. We were in constant motion running through the fields, to the woods, over the creek, onto the tennis court, through the pond, under the bridge It was not the norm to watch TV all day; it was just not done in our household. Being outside was o...
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How Technology Affects Children - Over the past few decades, technology has completely changed every aspect of our society, beginning from how we work to how we socialize and everything else in between. Technology has helped mankind with many advancements and comforts, but it also presents with some adverse consequences for our children. Technology does have many benefits for learning, but it can also have many negative effects in the development of a child....
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Is Teaching Critical Thinking Skills Important? - Children need to be thinking for themselves and asking the what now follow up question; these skills are what employers today and tomorrow are looking for. The ability to analyze a situation or problem is important skills that demand from employers will only grow as we continue to adopt technology throughout our lives....
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The Former CEO of Panera Bread Teaches Us a Few Lessons About Parenting - The article profiles the former CEO of Panera. His rise to success in the business world reveals-though unintended- some valuable strategies for parents....
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How to Keep Your Kids Safe in Playgrounds - Check out the playgrounds where your children play. Look for hazards such as rusty or damaged racks and dangerous surfaces. Report all dangers to the school or the local authority that the playground has....
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Forced Family Fun - When was the last time you unplugged, created a family adventure and experienced conversation and bonding together in a setting atypical of everyday life? Be courageous, implement Forced Family Fun, make it a habit; everyone who participates is a winner!...
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It's Flipping Awesome! - As savvy parents of the only children who don't own smartphones we discovered a hi-tech solution to keep our teens' social lives in tact. It's flipping awesome!...
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Tips for Getting Back Into the Homework Routine - Does the thought of doing homework make your kids cringe? It can hit everyone in the family hard, especially when it's still early in the school year, so find out the best ways to approach the often-dreaded subject of homework....
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Create Effortless Back to School Routines - We know kids thrive on routine, so how do we harness their energy to create effortless back to school routines? Begin with easy checklists and rewards to help take the pressure off Mom and Dad!...
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