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Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Colin Gallow 
 
 Article Title :: Stimulating Young Minds
 
How much should I teach my child? Should my child be able to read or write, or both, before school? If my child can’t read before going to school, will the teachers think that I haven’t shown enough interest?These are just a few of the concerns many parents have when their children reach the age of 3 or 4 years-old. The answer of course is ... DON’T PANIC! Naturally, we all want to do the best for our children, but putting the child under pressure to learn is entirely unnecessary.Being involved in your child’s early education is important, but the most important thing to remember is that any form of learning should be fun.Uniquely individualChild  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Stephen Kaye 
 
 Article Title :: Steps Into Fathering
 
With divorce and remarriage becoming increasingly common, there are an ever-increasing number of stepfathers today. Because children usually remain resident with their mothers after divorce, there are far more resident stepfathers than there are stepmothers. Of course, there are reasons other than divorce & re-marriage for a stepfather to exist, such as the premature death of the birth father.In 1993, approximately 1 in 8 children would experience living in a stepfamily during part of their childhood. The statistics today are more likely to be closer to 1 in 6.The ‘Evil Stepfather’ image of storybooks is generally not the case today. Stepfathering has come of age, wi  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Sally Bacchetta 
 
 Article Title :: My Pompei
 
I know exactly what I was doing when you were born, because it’s still unfinished, just as I left it. My private Pompei.I was cleaning my office. Not cleaning it, actually. On my way to organizing Important Things I stumbled on the assorted This and That of the last several years, and meaning to spend only a few minutes visiting, looked up just in time to see the last light tiptoe from the room, having whittled the whole day away right from that spot.Everywhere are piles of ideas. Some that I abandoned, others that abandoned me. Outlines and rough drafts, clever titles, opening lines, unresolved poems, manuscript middles without beginnings or ends. A writer’s unbo  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Jean Tracy 
 
 Article Title :: Family Meetings Help Kids Discuss and Build Character Too
 
When my boys were growing up, soccer, football, and basketball kept us on the run. Both my husband (Jim’s a psychologist) and I were therapists. We helped others manage their lives yet our own lives were spinning out of control. We knew we needed to make face-to-face time with our boys. We wanted them to share our values, to learn how to solve people problems, and to have family fun together.Worried about who’s influencing your kids? Are your family members too busy for each other? Do activities, television, and computers replace family time? If so, there is an answer.We decided to start Family Meetings so we bought one of those books with empty pages. We schedule  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Christoph Puetz 
 
 Article Title :: Breastfeeding - The Emotional Benefits
 
Breastfeeding is the ultimate gift of love that a Mom can give to a baby. The main reason for breastfeeding is, of course, to provide nutrition to the baby. Everyone knows that breast milk is best food for a baby. So far no formula or artificial substance has been developed that comes close to match the benefits of breast milk. Scientists have tried this often, but the original is still way ahead of any formula out there.How about the spiritual and mental aspects of breastfeeding? If you haven't yet had a baby, you are probably a little skeptical about the hype that surrounds breastfeeding. When starting with breastfeeding several problems can arise. The baby has to learn his part.  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Karen Alonge 
 
 Article Title :: Pulling the Plug on Virtual Reality: Tips for Parents of Teenage Mouse Potatoes
 
Any parent of a teenager today who sees their child’s face in full frontal view is lucky indeed. Many of us are accustomed to addressing the back of our offspring’s head, silhouetted against the glowing blue light of the computer screen.It seems like pretty basic common sense that it can’t be great for a kid’s growing body to be sitting motionless in front of a screen all day, so I won’t bore you with all the research. However, the computer is today’s vehicle of choice for the social connections that are so critical to a teenager’s world.The developmental task of the teen years is to master autonomy. Toward this end, many parents wisely allow their teens ple  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Herbert Benjamin 
 
 Article Title :: Coping With the "Lung"-A Parent's Point of View
 
Beepppppppppppp...My turn, as I fumble out of bed and into the room heading to the door and down the hallway. I reach her room and look at the numbers, all red and 0's. Looking into the Porta-lung I see the probe has come off her finger again. Shutting off the ventilator and the pulse oximeter I prepare to open the chamber up and reattach the probe to her finger. I re-close the chamber and turn the machines back on and wait for the numbers to come back up to normal. I head back to my room and glance at the clock, 3:35am.Back in my room I sit listening to the "gurr-lunk" and "wheeze" of the "iron lung" in my daughter's room on the monitor. I wonder if the alarms are going to   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Holly Jahangiri 
 
 Article Title :: Time-Out: Self-Control vs. Punishment
 
What are we punishing anyway?When my daughter was little, we learned that "time-out" as punishment simply doesn't work well. The rule of thumb was "one minute of time out for each year of the child's age." That sounds reasonable enough. Set aside a place, tell the tantrum-throwing, misbehaving child to sit there for two minutes, and see what happens. It's tempting to add another minute each time the child stomps a foot, yells, whines or talks back.That two minutes can quickly grow to five, or 10, or -- the parents finally yell "Go to your room!" so they don't have to hear any more of it. "Go to your room!" is an effective punishment for the sociable child, like Katie,  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Everte Farnell 
 
 Article Title :: Child Behavior - Parenting Tips and Parenting Advice to Make Sure Your Children Behave
 
What is with these kids today? I just found out my nephew physically moved my sister-in-law out of the way when she was blocking him from entering a room the other day. I couldn't believe it. I insisted she let him come live with me for a few months and she refused. When I was talking to her, she said the kids he goes to school with make him look like and angel! What! I told her to get him the hell out of that school, no matter what she has to do. I can not imagine a child physically moving a parent out of the way. He didn't attack her, but she knows some parents who have been attacked.Let me tell you, that would not have happened in the Barbarian's culture, and it shouldn't   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Andy Mackay 
 
 Article Title :: The Child and the Older Dad
 
Hi everyone,I’m certainly not unique in that I’m “basking in the glow” of being an older parent. (Does 45 represent older?)There’s lots like me. You’ve seen them, ministering to their kids in the play area or pool, instantly recognisable with the silver highlights in their hair and possibly careworn demeanor…However, the older Dad faces both challenges and opportunities.His world view may be a little jaundiced - yet he must meet the expectations of a bright-eyed, eager to learn and absorb toddler. Not always easy when your take on the world is tinged with a little pessimism? That same pessimism might also come with an appropriate level of knowled  (read full article)
 
 
 
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