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Parenting Information

How To Help Your Child Learn


Just as every snowflake is unique, so is every child. The way that your child learns depends a number of different factors, which combined together, create his unique learning style.

Picky Eater Syndrome


'Picky Eater' is a label coined to describe the phenomenon that someone has discerning taste preferences different from their parents or others. These discerning taste preferences are dictated by their blood and body type.

From Childrens Stories to Study Skills: Help Your Children Succeed in School


IntroductionAs a parent who wants the best for your children, there are undoubtedly many things that you already do every day to help your children succeed in school. The purpose of this article is to provide some practical ideas for you to try.

Spend Time Not Money With The Kids This Winter


Spending quality time with your children doesn't need to cost a lot of money. What's most important, is that you take the opportunity to bond with them.

Relate With Your Teen And Gain Their Trust


We were all teens at one time for some many years ago even if we don't like to admit it. Many of us can look back and say our teen years were good, but with many ups and downs as we approached adulthood.

What a Parent Must Do to Stop Online Predators


Teens can freely access the Internet from computers at school, at their friends' homes and in public places such as libraries and even from cell phones and video game consoles. Internet is everywhere, that is why kids and teenagers (and their parents, too) should be well aware of its dangers to avoid them.

Signs of Child Sexual Abuse


Many families do not want to believe their child is being sexually abused even if the signs of child sexual abuse are staring them straight in the face. Unfortunately many families are in a similar situation where both parents are working full time and someone other than the biological parents are caring for their children.

Teenagers Taking Risks


It can be hard being a parent with a teen going through what I term the 'I'm Invincible' phase. This is the phase when teens start doing scary and dangerous things (according to us parents) as a way of testing out their physical limits.

Advising Teens? Getting Your Point Across


Giving advice to a teenager is very easy; getting a teenager to take that advice is another matter altogether. It's not only a case of the advice 'falling on deaf ears', sometimes the teenager seems to go deliberately out of their way to do the exact opposite, that's when you know you've got a problem.

Raise Your Child to Be a Leader Not a Follower


Your child's leadership skills begin at the family dinner table. In this day of working moms and fast food eating, sitting down together for dinner is sometimes neglected.

How to Help Your Children to Blossom


I am writing this from the beautiful mountains of Western North Carolina in the southeastern region of the United States.It is gorgeous here in April, with trees covered in white or pink blossoms, masses of yellow forsythia in bloom and flowers of many colors bursting forth in gardens and along the roadsides.

How Much Water are You Wasting?


Are you being smart about water conservation? Do you consider yourself an environmentally conscious person? Well, how do you wash your car? Do you do it in your driveway? If you wash your car in your driveway with a garden hose and shut-off nozzle, you will use five gallons of water to fill your soap bucket to get suds. You will then wet down your car for two minutes or more, soap your car and then rinse the car for four minutes or more.

Choosing Wooden Toys For Children


Wooden toys are one of the best alternatives for the huge number of toys made of plastic and other synthetic materials that you can find in all toy stores.In addition, most children's wooden toys are handcrafted.

The Great Baby Name Debate


Winifred or Willow? Thomas or Troy? The name you choose for your child will last a lifetime. Whether you're looking for something original that will stand out from the crowd or a traditional name that people will instantly recognize, choosing a name for your new baby is a huge responsibility.

10 Universal Laws for Parents of Teens


1 "Law of Belonging": The greatest need of teenagers (after music and the phone) is a strong sense of belonging. They need to feel they are a part of something bigger than themselves.

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What Factors Are Associated with Positive Parenting?
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Fatherly

Helicopter Parenting is My Dangerous Dad Default Mode
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Prince William Times

Co-op extension offers parenting help
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Parenting doesn't come with a handbook so the Prince William Office of the Virginia Cooperative Extension, or VCE, is offering classes to help parents in all stages of child rearing. Experts leading the Systematic Training for Effective Parenting, or ...



Steamboat Pilot and Today

Thoughtful Parenting: An early childhood community plan
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Whether you're a parent or not, early childhood education impacts you. The availability, affordability and quality of childcare, preschool and school-age programs shape not just the dynamic of a community, but also the economy. Parents face a nerve ...



The Tribune

Ready reckoners on parenting
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She has authored Parenteen based not just on her own experience but also on her her mother's, who influenced her parenting greatly. The topics that she touches reverberate with parents of every modern adolescent. The best part is that the book ...



Slate Magazine

My Toddler Has Become a Camel
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Forbes

Parenting The College Applicant As An Admission Dean
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What wisdom will I gain about both my career and my parenting as I brave college admission as a dad—will it be full of the angst and complexity that I often hear of, or will it simply make me better at my jobs? While time will tell, I asked admission ...



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Finding the middle ground of parenting: Your letters to the editor for July 15
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Babble (blog)

Funniest Parenting Tweets of the Week — 7/13 | Babble
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Prepare to laugh with this week's installment of Babble's funniest parenting tweets. (And don't worry, you can thank us later.)
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