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Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Margaret Paul, Ph. D. 
 Article Title :: The Challenges of Single Parenting
Having worked with parents for the last 35 years and written books on parenting and relationships, IÂ’ve discovered that one of the greatest challenges for us as parents is to be loving role-models for our children, showing our children through our behavior how to take personal responsibility for their own feelings and needs. Our children need to learn from our role-modeling how to nurture themselves within and how to create a sense of safety in the world. In families where both a mother and father are present, both parents can participate in nurturing the child emotionally and taking care of the child in the world, and both parents can role-model what it looks like to do this for themsel  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Margaret Paul, Ph. D. 
 Article Title :: The Courage to Be a Loving Parent
Most of us really donÂ’t like it when someone is angry at us. We donÂ’t like it when people go into resistance to helping us when we need help, instead of caring about us. We donÂ’t like it when people withdraw from us, disconnecting from us and shutting us out. We donÂ’t like it when people make demands on us and do not respect our right or need to say no. Many of us will do almost anything to avoid the soul loneliness and pain we feel when people treat us in angry, resistant, demanding and uncaring ways. It takes great courage to stay loving to ourselves and others when faced with othersÂ’ angry and closed behavior. It especially take courage when the people we   (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Michael Grose 
 Article Title :: Why first borns fuss, seconds are resilient and youngests like to laugh
How can two or three children in the same family be so different? They are brought up in the same broad social environment, under a similar set of rules and an identical family value system. They also come from the same genetic pool yet they can be so different in personality, interests and achievement. While they may be born into the same family they are not born into the same position. The effects of their birth position have a significant impact on children, their behavior and their personalities. In order to really understand children it is useful to look at how their position in the family impacts on their development. If we look at the big three in birth order – first,  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Margaret Paul, Ph. D. 
 Article Title :: Do You Want Your Children to Be Like You?
There is an old saying regarding children: “Do as I say, not as I do.” Whoever coined this phrase didnÂ’t know much about children. Children often do not “do as we say.” We are the role models regarding how our children learn to treat themselves and others. We are the role models regarding whether or not our children learn to take personal responsibility for themselves – physically, emotionally, financially, relationally, spiritually, and organizationally. Do you avoid responsibility for your own feelings with substances, activities, or with shaming and blaming behavior toward yourself or others? Are you always late and is your desk a mess? Do you eat poor  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Dr. Brenda Shoshanna 
 Article Title :: How To Grow A Zen Child
When children are raised naturally, in keeping with their own true hearts, there is nothing that we need to teach them about Zen. In fact, the children then become our teachers, reminding us of what is important and expressing themselves naturally. To grow a Zen child, means to raise a healthy, expressive, creative child--a child easily in touch with who they truly are. This child is naturally curious about life, experiencing each day as an adventure, going to sleep happy at night. This is a child to whom sharing comes naturally, who can laugh when things are funny and cry when they're sad, who is not terrified of the consequences of their behavior or focused unnecessarily upon  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Michael Grose 
 Article Title :: The keys to raising happy kids that Super Nanny doesn't tell you
There are many things to like about the television show Super Nanny that has captured the public interest recently. First, the nanny character is very likeable, if a little scary at times. She has that old-fashioned school-teacher demeanour that says, ‘Listen up. I know best and I am in charge here.Â’ Many of the families featured need someone who takes charge. Second, if you are a parent, how can you not get involved in a show that gets you into the challenges of child rearing in such a nitty gritty, warts nÂ’all way that doesnÂ’t involve you? Okay, it is voyeuristic but it is doesnÂ’t relate to you, does it???!!! Importantly, this program has got p  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Michael Grose 
 Article Title :: Meet the Twixters!
There is a new stage of development for parents to consider. The stages of development are roughly the following: children move from infancy, to early childhood and onwards to middle childhood. These stages take roughly the first ten or so years of life. Our children then move into a long stage known as adolescence (with a number three sub-stages) that is a transition phase into adulthood. ThatÂ’s it, right? No, it seems that we have another phase that links adolescence with adulthood. The twenty-first birthday used to signify a move into adulthood and all its accompanying privileges and responsibilities. Now the years from 18 until 25 and beyond seem to have bec  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Greg Writer 
 Article Title :: New Internet Filter and Kid Safe Web browser keeps Internet safe for kids.
Finally there is a solution for parents and grandparents who want to allow their children the freedom to surf the Internet without the fear that they may stumble across the “wrong things” online. ChildrenÂ’s Educational Network has designed a very unique, free Internet filter and parental control multiple themed “Kid Safe Browser” which is the gateway to what they call TUKI. Most everyone with children has either experienced first hand or knows someone with children who have stumbled across negative content (either innocently or intentionally). The Kid Safe Browser is designed to give parents the ability to have a say as to what their kids are looking at. Pare  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Michael Grose 
 Article Title :: The secrets to improving kids' behaviour
Most parents at some stage are driven to distraction by one or more of their childrenÂ’s annoying habits or behaviours, whether it is a toddler who continually whines, a school-aged child who leaves clothes lying around or a teenager who uses a less than pleasant vocabulary. How to affect change is a challenge for many parents. Do you ignore a childÂ’s annoying behaviour or do you pick up on it? A useful rule of thumb is to pick up on behaviours that are dangerous to the child himself or significantly infringe on the rights and comfort of others. Also ask yourself: Is this behaviour reasonable for the childÂ’s age? For instance, it is reasonable to expect a  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Paddy Swan 
 Article Title :: School Safety – Protecting Children From Criminals In UK Schools.
It is well known that following the death of two 10 year old girls in 2002 murdered by Ian Huntley, a 31 year old school caretaker, at Soham in Cambridgeshire in England that there were failings in the screening system used to check the murdererÂ’s background. The screening system is referred to as Disclosure and a full system of Disclosure was actually in place at the time of the Soham murders. This system was set up to ensure unsuitable persons did not come into contact with children but reports showed that it failed the two girls murdered by Huntley. It failed because information regarding HuntleyÂ’s background which included burglary, indecent assault,4 allegations of   (read full article)
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