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Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Shannon Miller 
 Article Title :: Wondering Minds Want to Know
Being a mother of 5 children, ranging in age from 5 to 15 years, our household could get out of hand really quick. Before I had put my suggestions into play myself, some days were unreal what my children would argue or fight over. I would like to share suggestions that will help keep children’s wondering minds from making the household utter disaster like mine once was.• Try your best to get a routine going in your home. Stick as close as you can to that routine. I know that sometimes things come up like an unexpected guest comes over, but try to stay with the routine. This is the most important one.• When your children are in school or preschool by the time they arriv  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Diane Mierzwik 
 Article Title :: Helping Your Child Face the Hidden Curriculum
Wes came home from school one day and I had done something he didn’t agree with.“I’m sorry.”“Sorry’s not good enough.”I was dumbfounded.“Yes, it is.”“No, I tell Mrs. Slayback I’m sorry and she tells me it’s not good enough.”It is good enough. When we do something wrong, we tell God sorry and He forgives us. You tell Mrs. Slayback the next time she says it’s not good enough that sorry is good enough for God; it is good enough for anyone.” I don’t remember what it was that I had done wrong to have to apologize and I’m sure I didn’t even ask why Wes was having to apologize at school, but I was dismayed that a teac  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Sandra Sinclair 
 Article Title :: Managing Tantrums in Autism Spectrum Disorders - When Consistency Doesn't Work
When dealing with tantrums and difficult behaviors in autism spectrum disorders, using behavioral approaches alone can sometimes fail. What is the missing piece to managing these behaviors that a behavioral approach alone may not address?To start, we need to look at the reasons for behavior. According to behavioral approaches, most of the behavior we see results from one of three reasons: a request, seeking attention, or a sensory reason. Let’s look deeper at these three reasons for behavior and the ways we currently handle them.Handling a request is fairly straightforward. To put it very simply, a request is usually something externally controlled by both reinforcing appr  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Lance Winslow 
 Article Title :: Read This Article If You Want To Stop Your Teens From Doing Drugs
Teenage drug abuse is running ramped in the United States and we need another Nancy Reagan type to get the kids to ‘just say no.’ We must do something as it seems that everywhere in the country the kids are doing the crystal meth. Many seem to get addicted and they are filling up our jails, rehabilitation centers and causing a real labor problem in this country.The problem is so bad that many employers assume everyone who comes in to get a job has drug problem or they would already have a job, so it hurts the good kids too. Some parents having grown up in the sixties and seventies thing that well the kids are going to try it. Indeed, but this is not the same types of drugs they  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Katie Spencer 
 Article Title :: Military Family Children- Tips for Parents and Teachers
For children that have to deal with parents that are on active military duty it can be very stressful. With all the coverage on the news, their fears can become heightened. Below are some tips and suggestions that parents and teachers can use to help children in military families cope with the situation.1. Keep in contact. Its important for children to keep in touch with their parents overseas so allow them to email or call them if possible. If not write letters or send packages.2. Make a scrapbook. If a child’s parent is going to be away for an extended period of time, have the children create a journal, scrapbook or photo album of current events taking place to share  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Marilynn McLachlan 
 Article Title :: Family Rituals - The Glue That Binds
It’s important for individuals to become both independent and autonomous in this day and age – we all know this. Particularly in Western culture, independence is perhaps one of the most important and sought after goals. We want our children to be independent at increasingly earlier ages. We want to be independent in our communities, in our careers and in our finances.The importance of independence is something that is inherent in us all. It comes from an ideal, what psychologists call altruism – the ability to be true to ourselves by reaching our ultimate potential. No harm in this, right? Not in and of itself, but problems arise when independence is revered.The   (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Jill L. Ferguson 
 Article Title :: Teen Dating Violence - What You Need to Know
Debbie, a high school junior, appeared to everyone to have the ideal life: on the honor roll, decent part-time job, played three instruments, active in her church youth group, and she was dating a senior, the band’s drum major, Brian. What few people knew about Debbie was that often she sported bruises on her inside upper arm or stomach where Brian would squeeze her arm or hit her during a jealous rage. When Debbie confided in a close friend, the friend asked why she put up with it. “He doesn’t mean to hurt me,” Debbie replied. “He just loves me so much he can’t stand even the thought of me talking to another guy.”Debbie’s situation may sound far removed from tha  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Jill L. Ferguson 
 Article Title :: Drowning Prevention Tips
The death of any child is a tragedy. But nothing prepares parents for unexpected, accidental deaths of infants, toddlers and preschoolers—especially when that death is by drowning. According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, drowning is the leading cause of accidental death among children under the age of five. Many of these children die in less than two-inches of water in the bathtub, toilet, pools and buckets.Drowning can happen in a small amount of water because the immediate reaction of a young child lying face down in water is to either cry or breathe, causing the inhalation of water into the lungs.How can we protect our children, from infants through their teena  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Nelle Frances 
 Article Title :: Asperger Syndrome - Children and Tantrums
Children with Asperger’s Syndrome the world over share a common trait – meltdown – otherwise known as a tantrum, a “birko”, a “go-off” or “spack-attack”.The visible symptoms of meltdown are as varied as the Asperger children themselves, but every parent is able to describe their child’s meltdown behaviour in intricate detail.Meltdowns can be short lived, or last as long as two hours. They can be as infrequent as once a month (often coinciding with the lunar cycle/full moon) or occur as frequently as 4-6 times a day.Whatever the frequency and duration, an Asperger child having a meltdown is difficult for parents/carers/teachers to deal with.M  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Laura Browne 
 Article Title :: Humor for Women - My Pre-Teen Daughter's Clothes
My daughter said that would rather go to school naked than wear clothes that I picked out for her. I think she was kidding, but I didn’t want to test her. The last time we went shopping for clothes, she made me promise that I would only buy her clothes that she wanted, not clothes that I liked. Of course I told her that I would only spend money on clothes that I thought were appropriate for her to wear to school. I know that seems obvious, but nothing is obvious when you’re shopping with a pre-teen that wants to look good for her friends.It used to be so easy shopping for clothes when she was a baby. I could pick out the cutest outfits with little pink bunnies on them with  (read full article)
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