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Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: David Perdew 
 
 Article Title :: Teaching Our Children -- We're Always Demonstrating How to Live, Right or Wrong!
 
I'm a man.A man's man.As an athlete growing up in small-town Indiana, I lived for baseball. I spent long hours by myself in the woods hunting and fishing. Dad was more than a role model to me, more like a God. It was much later that I was willing to see flaws in him -- passed on to me.I imagined myself as a brave, take-no-crap kind of guy, who would have been the one in combat to throw himself on the grenade.So when I felt tears rolling down my cheeks years ago, when puppies and babies were cast in the golden light on Kodak commercials, I was really scared. "What's happening to me?" I thought, but dared not ask anyone. How could I admit this? I went to movies a  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: David Perdew 
 
 Article Title :: Work as Life: How to Get New Answers to Old Questions
 
Sometimes we hear things from those we love and trust, and what we've heard becomes a fact without question when it truly was a lie. It's worse when the lie was never intended as a lie, but as a true belief passed on as training.I've been haunted for years by one of my dad's oft-repeated old sayings when I was growing up:There's no better way to kill time than work it to death.I never questioned the truth of that statement. First, I love my dad. He's a really good man. Second, work is good. Third, work is what we're all about, right. Right? Lie number 1: We don't get anywhere in life without working hard. Lie number 2: T  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: David Perdew 
 
 Article Title :: Children Learn What You Teach -- So Be Careful What You Teach!
 
On our swing through Tennessee last weekend, we stopped to see my daughter -- my oldest child -- who had moved there from Atlanta last year. She took a new job in the whitewater rafting business.She loves the outdoor recreation industry. Her old job was in the same business, but she worked in an office building in Atlanta managing several outposts in north Georgia. She decided it didn't make much sense to live in the city if she loved being in the country. I'm proud of her for making that rational decision that helped her move her life in a more peaceful direction.From an early age, I pushed my kids to do well, to be the best, to see no limitations, to succeed in everything.  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Mira Halpert 
 
 Article Title :: Stop the Homework Fights: Working Smart, Not Harder
 
Jen had reached her wit's end. After a long day at work, she used to look forward to coming home and spending time with her kids, even if it was just the time in the car on the way to soccer practice. Lately, homework fights had killed any "quality" out of the quality time they spent together. Jen's older daughter, Katie, had always had an easy time with school. She never had to be nagged to do her homework, and often didn't even need any help with it. Her younger brother Jeff, on the other hand, avoided homework like the plague.Jen knew Jeff was smart- he could talk your head off about the iguana he saw at the zoo- but when it came to reading, he just couldn't do it. Jen woul  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Destry Maycock 
 
 Article Title :: Ten Tips to Help Your Picky Eater
 
If you have a picky eater, mealtime may make you feel like you want to pull your hair out. It is very frustrating for parents to watch their child only fiddle with their food at dinner or not even touch it, claiming “I don’t like it.” Then what happens? An hour later, guess who is coming to you saying, “I’m hungry.” You guessed it. Your little picky eater. Jamie’s mother was concerned about her lack of interest in food. She told me, “Jamie never wants to eat anything I fix for dinner. What can I do to encourage Jamie to eat the meals that I have prepared?” I provided her with the following ten tips. You may find them useful as well.TIP: Involve Jamie. You could h  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Sue Blaney 
 
 Article Title :: After-School Care for Teens; It's 3:30, Do You Know Where Your Teen Is?
 
The start of a new school year brings schedule changes for many families. Working parents of middle school students, in particular, are wondering if the after-school program that worked when their child was in elementary school is still appropriate for young teenagers. What are appropriate solutions for that critical time period between the end of the school day and family dinner time? What do parents need to know?Keeping kids safe: Let’s begin with the facts: It is between the hours of 3p.m. and 6p.m. on weekdays that the majority of episodes of high-risk behavior occur, including sexual activity, substance abuse, and criminal actions. Lack of adult supervision has been   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Dawn Miller 
 
 Article Title :: It's Not the Great Pumpkin Stepmom, It's the Ex
 
This past weekend my husband and I loaded up the gang and roared off into the countryside to experience that grand family fall tradition – pumpkin-picking.My stepdaughter and stepson are now in their teens – but they still love pumpkin-picking – in all its hokey farm-fun glory. We had a grand time singing along on the hayride, trotting thru the corn maze, and picking apples to take home for pies and jelly. We even tried out the kiddy corn maze for fun. And still got lost.As we merrily tripped over pumpkin vines in a picked-over patch – the kids were all business – doggedly hunting those rare prizes – perfectly shaped pumpkins. Finding one is truly an art – find  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Dawn Miller 
 
 Article Title :: Ten Ways Your Family Can Help Hurricane Victims
 
Good things can come from sour lemons – at least sometimes. Today at our church a merry gaggle of children organized a “Lemon-Aid” stand – complete with splattery hand-lettered signs. The lemonade tasted great, the customer service was fabulous and dollar bills fell into the collection basket. All of the proceeds will go to relief efforts for Hurricane Katrina victims.It was a bright spot in a bleak week. If you’re like our family – you’ve watched the images on the news showing horrific devastation, separated loved ones, people pushed to the brink of endurance, and communities on the threshold of despair. The human suffering oozing from our TV screens is overwhelming   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Dawn Miller 
 
 Article Title :: The Schoolhouse & the Stepfamily - It's Time to Communicate
 
When my oldest stepson went to college last year, it was the first time I felt “in the loop” educationally with my stepchildren. We talked over the dinner table about his classes and what life away from home would be like. Our first parents’ club newsletter with dorm move-in advice and university booster news arrived right away.I can’t say that communicating with my other stepchildren’s schools has been as easy or stress-free. My husband’s ex-wife chronically neglects to share report cards with him, and he’s resorted to bribery and other maneuvers to obtain them. Last year we finally landed on the school mailing list and got information directly.Thirty percent  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Dawn Miller 
 
 Article Title :: Tech-Savvy Kids: The M Generation at Home
 
If you’ve wondered how your teenager can “do homework” while talking on the phone, instant messaging and watching TV all at the same time – you’re not alone. Lots of parents and stepparents are asking how to handle a generation that is media-saturated.A new study of 8-18 year olds by the Kaiser Foundation portrays "Generation M" as always wired to media. Four hours a day are spent with television and nearly 2 hours with music. Nearly seventy per cent of all kids have a television in their bedroom and thirty-one per cent have a computer. Today’s youth are efficient multi-taskers – cramming 8 ½ hours of media exposure into only 6 ½ hours.Even though ratings sys  (read full article)
 
 
 
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