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From Frantic To Fabulous: Becoming a Miracle Mom
From Frantic To Fabulous:  Becoming a Miracle Mom Juggling the roles of work and home is no easy task. Successful parenting is NOT about you being perfect. Successful parenting is about you being as PRESENT as you possibly can in your mind, heart and soul in any given encounter with your preteens and teenagers . . . keep reading
How to Respect Your Teens' Wishes
Jamie P. Johnson
How to Respect Your Teens' Wishes As children move into the difficult yet important stage of 'teenage,' they begin making their own decisions and choices, asserting their independence. It sometimes becomes hard to accept your child's desires, wishes and wants, especially when you feel that they are incorrect and wrong. But before you put your foot down, think how much respect plays a vital role in a parent-child relation. Respect is always a two-way street. You need to give to get in return. To have a mutual understanding between parents and children it is really important to build a strong and healthy relationship. And respecting one's wishes, feelings, personality, needs and thoughts, etc., forms the very basic foundation for understanding. . . . keep reading
3 Parenting Styles and Their Effect on the Social Behavior of Children
Birgitte C
3 Parenting Styles and Their Effect on the Social Behavior of Children What type of parent are you? Beginning with studies in the 1960s, 3 parenting styles have emerged to help understand and explain the behavior and development of children. Observing the impact that parents have on child development has been a fascination for researchers and sociologists throughout the years; but, it was the work of Diane Baumrind that defined the idea of distinct parenting styles and the effects each method has on behavior, social skills, and maturity. . . . keep reading
Julia Sweeney has "The Talk"
Julia Sweeney
Julia Sweeney has "The Talk" Despite her best efforts, comedian Julia Sweeney is forced to tell a little white lie when her 8-year-old begins learning about frog reproduction -- and starts to ask some very smart questions. . . . keep reading
Ten Keys to Successful Parenting
Ten Keys to Successful Parenting It is important that we discipline in a way that teaches responsibility by motivating our children internally.The following ten keys will help parents use methods that have been proven to provide children with a sense of well-being and security. . . . keep reading
Parental Guilt and Kids with Special Needs
Parental Guilt and Kids with Special Needs For the most part pregnancies are met with the anticipation of a good delivery and healthy baby. Upon delivery parents do a quick scan of the child checking for ten fingers, ten toes and if unknown, . . . keep reading
Overprotective Parents
Overprotective Parents Is my child safe? When a child is born, it seems so fragile, feeble and tiny that it is only natural for parents to feel fiercely protective. . . . keep reading
Need help parenting a teen?
Need help parenting a teen? Some parents of teens confuse their parenting role with that of friend. In so doing, they abdicate their parental authority and minimize their ability to provide direction, guidance, limits and structure. . . . keep reading
Managing your Child's Fears
Managing your Child's Fears Babies are unpredictable. In the early days of their lives they are like fearless, intrepid explorers. They go boldly into the great unknown. Then overnight these brave adventurers become scared of their own shadows. . . . keep reading
Issues for Immigrant Parents and Their Children
Issues for Immigrant Parents and Their Children Immigrant families to Canada and the United States can face many issues complicating their adjustment to the new host culture. . . . keep reading
How to Empower Your Kids with Life Skills
Heligirl
How to Empower Your Kids with Life Skills When we empower our children, they develop the skills they need to have power over their own lives. In the short term empowerment plants the seeds for developing an "I can do it" attitude. . . . keep reading
Are Parents Fair to their Children?
Are Parents Fair to their Children? It's not fair? 10-year-old Vinay says, "Mummy always shouts at me. She never says anything to my younger brother Aayush. Just because he's small he can do anything." . . . keep reading
9 Steps to More Effective Parenting
9 Steps to More Effective Parenting Raising children is one of the toughest and most fulfilling jobs in the world and the one for which you may be the least prepared. Learning "on the job" how to be a parent can be fraught with pitfalls. . . . keep reading
6 Tips for Making Successful Transitions
6 Tips for Making Successful Transitions One valuable lesson I've learned in Positive Discipline is to take time and prepare my kids for transitions. I follow this religiously and have since Sweetness was about one year old. . . . keep reading
Friend or Foe: Be Prepared to Offer Tough Love to Your Young Adult
Hallie Crawford, MA, CPCC
Friend or Foe: Be Prepared to Offer Tough Love to Your Young Adult As much as you want to, you can't hold your adult son or daughter's hand for the rest of their life. Just when you thought all that sweat equity you put into raising your child had paid off, now may come the biggest challenge yet. . . . keep reading
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