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Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Jean Tracy 
 Article Title :: Parenting Advice: When Your Kids Fight
Researchers tell us that 36 million acts of sibling rivalry occur every year. Some are severe. Most are normal. When your kids fight, they want you in the middle. They want you to be the judge and jury. They each want you to take their side. I remember my own mother’s reaction.When I was a kid, my brother, Art, and I fought constantly. We kicked, we teased, we shoved, we called each other names, and we rolled over and over on the ground punching each other as hard as we could. My mother said, “I was sure you two would kill each other.”Many fights started in our backyard. In my excitement to win the fights, my yelling grew so loud that the whole neighborhood kne  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Lance Winslow 
 Article Title :: The Hurricane that Hit on Halloween
This 2005 Tropical Hurricane Season has been truly horrific but will we see a Hurricane hit on Halloween? That would be much more scary than the little witches and goblins knocking on your door during Halloween day. In fact Hurricanes do not knock on the door, they knock over the whole house as we have seen along the shores of the Gulf Coast of Mississippi, Alabama, Louisiana and Texas during the recent Super Storms of Hurricane Rita and Katrina.If you are telling your children a scary story for the Halloween Season, tell them of the Horrific Hurricane that hit on Halloween. Make your children aware of the forces of Mother Nature, do not let them grow up and become the ones who ref  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Edi Sowers 
 Article Title :: Adoption: How to Defeat the "Waiting-for-Referral Syndrome"
"Why is it that as we get closer to referral, each day gets longer and longer?”Picture this scenario.Your Dossier has been sent. You’ve received notice that it’s been logged in at the country’s adoption office. You begin your wait.At first, there is a letdown. You’ve been so caught up in the paperchase 24/7 that you now feel a sense of purposelessness. What to do with all that free time?Next, you start communicating with your online adoption groups. You have 6, maybe 7 months to wait before any real chance of receiving your referral. The days come, the days go. You develop a routine with your work and family and the wait seems bearable.  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Bill Wainright 
 Article Title :: Tips On How To Conduct Background Checks For Nanny Services
Hiring a nanny is a sophisticated process that involves searching, interviewing, checking references and extending an offer to the right candidate. When the nanny has accepted your offer, the final step is conducting a criminal background check. Your offer should be contingent on the outcome of those results.What to check?It’s hard to imagine that in this era of the Internet and computerization there is no reliable national criminal database that is accessible by the public. The “gold standard” for checking a nanny's background is to first run a search using her Social Security Number to see where she has lived in the past seven years. This is done so that a decision c  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Lisa Mathey 
 Article Title :: National Adoption Awareness Month
It is the wish of almost every child in foster care to be adopted. Either by a caring relative or family of strangers. Just someone who is there at night to provide comfort in the dark after a storm. Someone to watch them play a sport or act in the school play. November is an important month in making their wish come true. It is National Adoption Awareness Month.According to the National Adoption Council (NCA), states are not required to report the number of completed adoptions in a given year. However, the National Center for State Courts (NCSC) reports approximately 127,000 unrelated domestic adoptions were completed in 1992.Statistics from the U.S. Department of He  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Nelle Frances 
 Article Title :: Asperger's Syndrome - Should I Tell My Child of Their Diagnosis?
To tell or not tell your child or others of their diagnosis of Asperger’s Syndrome. It’s really a personal decision that has pros and cons on either side. Some parents may struggle with telling a 3 year old they have Asperger’s Syndrome, fearing they may not understand; that it could frighten them.While saying directly “The doctor says you have Asperger’s Syndrome,” may be unnecessary, talking about the characteristics of Autistic Spectrum Disorder in a way the child can relate to is vital in helping the child towards self-acceptance as they mature.Being open about your child’s different way of thinking and processing, and connecting those traits to Asperger’  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Joan Bechtel 
 Article Title :: Up to Your Neck in Parenting Dogma-Doo? 5 Warning Signs That Big Mother is Watching
WHO’S MAKING YOUR PARENTING DECISIONS?You or the Mommy Police?The Mommy Police? They’re just a fiction--an adult version of the Bogey Man, aren’t they?Well, maybe they don’t actually inhabit the bodies of the living dead like your mother-in-law, your ex-pediatrician and that busybody next door. But there is one place this Gestapo may be alive and well and controlling your life. And that’s inside your own head—enforcing the Shoulds, Shouldn’ts and Shame of Parenting Absolutes.YES, BIG MOTHER IS WATCHING.The pressure is intense. Good parenting can seem like a mixture of magic and luck. Lives are at stake and one screw-up can  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Hyacinth Fraser 
 Article Title :: Great and Fun Activities You Can Do With Your Children - They Never Have To Be Bored Ever Again
1. Take day trips.2. Spend some time at the seaside.3. Have fun at theme parks.4. Playtime in the park.5. Go swimming.6. Have friends round.7. Stay at home and get your children to create stories and act them out.8. Visit a museum.9. Visit the cinema.10. Use the computer.11. Play computer games.12. Play sports activities/games.13. Homework or study.14. Reading.15. Watch TV/Videos/DVDs together.16. Create an activity project, such as painting.17. Attended summer school.18. Go to a play centre.19. Go to summer camp.20. Bake something.21. Make papier-mâ  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Destry Maycock 
 Article Title :: How To Use a Token Economy To Shape Your Child's Behavior
A token economy is a behavioral modification technique that was first used in mental institutions to reinforce and establish desirable behaviors in their patients. Today you can find token economies being used in schools, treatment programs, and some families have found it useful in shaping their children's behavior. The token economy is a system in which targeted behaviors are reinforced with tokens (secondary reinforcers) and are later exchanged for rewards (primary reinforcers). Tokens can be in the form of fake money, buttons, poker chips, stickers, etc. While rewards can range anywhere from snacks to privileges/activities.To establish a token economy in your home first you mus  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Lance Winslow 
 Article Title :: Trick or Treat Safety Tips
Parents should accompany kids on trick or treating on Halloween. It is imperitive that we keep all out children safe. While chaperoning your kids and their friends it is best to stay about 10 to fourteen feet behind them so you can observe the surrounding situation and be certain that there are no approaching threats. Also it allows the kids to enjoy themselves and not feel as if you are bothering them. It is their night to remember and we must remember to make it enjoyable for them. You should remember to bring your flashlight. Perhaps also have your children wear or carry a glow stick so you can identify them by this as they run up the driveways to the porches.Always position you  (read full article)
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