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Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Angie Dixon 
 
 Article Title :: Talking to Your ADHD Child's Teacher
 
If your child has ADHD, talking to his teacher may be the most important thing you can do to help him function more effectively at school in spite of his ADHD, and maybe even because of the ADHD.Most teachers want to help their students, and most teachers have had ADHD kids in their classes before, if they've been teaching long. In general, teachers want to understand ADHD and the ADHD child and in particular they want to understand your child, their student.Your first step in talking to a teacher about your ADHD child should be to simply explain that your child has ADHD, that it ADHD is a common childhood illness, and that you and your child's doctor are ready to provide an  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Sara Noel 
 
 Article Title :: Frugal Winter Fun with Kids
 
Winter is upon us. The kids get cabin fever quickly when their outside free time is limited. You’re looking for some fun things to do before you all start climbing the walls. You don’t need a wallet full of cash to enjoy the cold, snowy days. There are all kinds of frugal ways to enjoy the winter season together both indoors and outdoors. Here are a few frugal boredom busters to have as your 911 “plan” for the winter blahs.Outdoor Fun1. Homemade Snowman Kit It’s just not winter fun without building a snowman. Assemble a snowman kit to have handy. Your kit can contain the following: A hat, scarf, mittens, plastic carrot nose, charcoal briquettes, (place in pla  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Paul Jerard 
 
 Article Title :: Facts about Success Programs for Kids (Part 1)
 
What is the importance of an early childhood success program? What is a good success program for kids? When should my child start a success program? Can’t I just wait and let my child make up his or her mind?These are questions we answer every day, at our wellness center in North Providence, RI. In relation to early childhood development, we have Yoga and martial arts programs for structure, focusing, goal setting, and many more life skills. As you can imagine, there are a variety of options. Let’s address each one, and you can design a plan that fits your family’s needs.What is the importance of an early childhood success program?There is no shortage of s  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Paul Jerard 
 
 Article Title :: Facts about Success Programs for Kids (Part 2)
 
What is a good success program for kids?Anything that will motivate your child toward success is a plus. This could be a hobby, activity, social group, or sport. The object is to spark ambition from within, and let your child develop compassion for this activity.Although you might initially choose a particular program, be flexible in your thinking. Let your son or daughter be a part of this selection process. For example: You cannot make him or her love baseball. There has to be some inherent passion for the particular program within his or her mind.Hobbies would include: Music, arts, crafts, and collecting. These are primarily mental activities, and it is fairl  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Paul Jerard 
 
 Article Title :: Facts about Success Programs for Kids (Part 3)
 
When should my child start a success program?The short answer is: As soon as possible. Why do I say this? A child’s development cannot be put on hold. He or she will learn something new every day, and you want to make sure the information learned is structural and positive. You can take control of your child’s destiny when you understand that everything is an influence.That said - most sport programs, such as gymnastics, dance, martial arts, and league sports, are best learned around school age. The main reason is the attention span because children will have a hard time learning while jumping up and down, break dancing off the floor, and talking at the same time, a  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Greg Ryan 
 
 Article Title :: Adopted Children - Do they Have the Right to Know?
 
Speaking from direct experience, I do believe the child has every right to know. Why do I believe this? I was that adopted child wanting to know. Did my adopted parents hesitate and frown at the idea of telling me? Sure they did. However, at the age of twelve it was made known and who it was as well. Did they have to tell me who? No, but they did. Did it change our relationship? Yes, for the better and for the rest of ourlives.Seventeen years later I found and met my biological father. Was it scary? You bet. Was it necessary. You bet. Was it right? You bet. Do I still love my adopted parents? More than life. My personal opinion is; I would not have found who I am, and where I came   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Ellen Mossman-Glazer 
 
 Article Title :: Social Skills Training: Rejection - Tune In to Help Your Kids Tune Up Their Group Acceptance Skills
 
As parents, educators and caregivers are we paying attention to whether our children are excluders OR the ‘excluded?' Rejection shows up in many ways. Here are a few: Hurt in the words.Sarcasm in the voice.Behaviors that say, "You don't belong." "You are not wanted." "You are not safe here."Feelings of profound sadness. Isolation.The kids who are the last to be picked for the team.A visibly ‘different’ adult sitting alone at a party.A recent tragedy underscores how crucial it is to pay attention to situations where people send out a loud SOS for help with rejection. William Freund, a 19 year-old young man   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Dorothy M. Neddermeyer, PhD 
 
 Article Title :: If You Love Me-Set Me a Limit
 
It is a psychological fact of life that children are looking for limits, guidelines and boundaries for their behavior. Children any age experiment, test and seek to discover what the world has to offer and how what they do affects themselves and their surroundings. Although children protest loudly when limits are set, without boundaries they feel out of control. Without limits, appropriate impulse control does not develop. If children are unable to find limits, they continue to push, becoming anxious when there seems to be no end to how far they can go. With their immature, inexperienced egos and impulse control as their only defense against the world, they unconsciously want someone to s  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Dorothy M. Neddermeyer, PhD 
 
 Article Title :: It's Okay to Seek Help Parenting Your Children
 
It isn’t easy being a good parent. Even in the best of circumstances, the challenge of parenthood can be overwhelming when there are problems in the home, dysfunctions in the family and/or an inability on the part of the parent(s) to manage the family system—thus leaving the parents and children at high risk for emotional upheavals and devastation.Raising a family can be one of the most rewarding and frustrating jobs a person undertakes. Most parents aren’t prepared for the hassles, worries and constant demands of parenting. What’s more, everyday problems can be overwhelming to a parent who often expects the joys of family life to resemble “The Bill Cosby Show” or “Ro  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Jeff Herring 
 
 Article Title :: Parenting: Mom-isms from My Mom
 
1. My mom's answer to my insisting I should be able to do something because my friend David could: "If David stood on his head in the middle of the street at three in the morning in his underwear, would you?" Probably would have.2. If you drank out of the house or did not wash your hands after using the bathroom, you would get something called the epizeutics (wonder what the spell checker will do with that word?) No one knew what the epizeutics was, but we knew we did not want to get it.3. If I left a door to the house open, she would ask if I was born in a barn. It took me 16 years to come up with the response of "I don't know, you were there." I thought this was hilarious  (read full article)
 
 
 
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