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Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Jeff Herring 
 Article Title :: Parenting: Dad-isms from My Dad
1. I worked for an athletic store called Athletic Attic in Orlando in the late 70's. This was about the time that it was becoming popular to wear t-shirts and other clothing items with company logos on them. You know, Nike, Adidas, Reebok, etc.My dad could not fathom the fact the people would pay money to advertise a company on their chest. He thought Nike should be paying me to wear their t-shirt and advertise for them.2. Whenever I needed to do something that was hard or face something difficult, his advice was always the same:"Stick to your guns, son."I learned persistence and not giving up from that one.3. If any of us left a door open, my Dad found   (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Jill Schoenberg Girma 
 Article Title :: Top Ten Journal Writing Tips for Preteen and Teen Girls
Daily journal writing can be an excellent tool of self-expression and self-discovery for preteen and teen Girls. Journal writing helps them to process the myriad of thoughts, feelings, and emotions they experience and becomes an invaluable tool for understanding their many life experiences. But, when faced with a journal full of blank lines or with the task of remembering to write each and every day, some youngsters are simply overwhelmed and unmotivated. To help encourage the healthy habit of daily journal writing by your preteen or teen, check out the following journal writing tips written especially for young, aspiring journal writers.Top Ten Journal Wri  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Jo Wildman 
 Article Title :: Success in School for Your Child
As parents, we all want our children to do well at school but are often intimidated by the education system. Often parents can do a lot more then they realise. Always remember that the parent is the first and most powerful teacher of all.Parental support is crucial to success. With a little extra effort we are able to enrich a child’s learning experience. There are countless fun activities that compliment what they learn at school. Remember the foundation of learning should be in the home.You can make a difference. It could be as simple as asking your child to help with the weekly shopping, design a card for a friend or read a leaflet for you. Remember a trip out, be it to  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Greg Ryan 
 Article Title :: Adopted Children - Do They Have The Right To Know? Part 2
At least with me once I found out who my biological parents were it became more difficult before it got easier. Still to this day it was the right decision on my part and my adopted parents.What made it more challenging was that my biological mother and adopted mother are sisters. For twelve years my mother who I thought was my aunt, and my adopted mother played opposite rolls. What was even weirder was my four cousins were really my half brothers and sisters. Am I still glad? Yes. Did I have a right to know this? You bet. Was it easy for everyone involved? No way!From the beginning of my life; my biological mother and siblings and adopted parents for that matter new there w  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Nancy Buck 
 Article Title :: How Do I Handle This As A Peaceful Parent?
My 14-year old son is doing a lot of swearing. He uses this language with his friends as well as on line through email. I am not happy about this. Is there anything I can do to get him to stop?For adolescence, swearing seems to be a way for them to have a greater sense of freedom and power. For a young person your son’s age this is not surprising. See chapters 6 & 7 of Peaceful Parenting® where ages and stages are more fully discussed. Essentially, teen-agers have a strong desire for increased power and freedom during their adolescence. Apparently your son has chosen swearing as one way to follow these urges.Just because your son has chosen swearing as his w  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Nancy Buck 
 Article Title :: Peaceful Parenting(r) Success Story I
Jane, mother of 13-year old Robert shares the following success story:"I have been trying to change my ways and follow the Peaceful Parenting® strategies more closely since I read your book last year. Understanding that I do not, can not, nor should try not to control my son’s behavior has been a challenge. I was willing to try since controlling his behavior not only did not work, it seemed to be damaging our relationship with one another. I share this success with you to let you know that I think I really have made the switch successfully.In March, Robert came home with a poor report card. He was full of excuses regarding his poor grades. He also wanted to blame me   (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Nancy Buck 
 Article Title :: Peaceful Parenting(r) Musings
The greatest gift is the passion for reading. -Elizabeth HardwickPaul was on the pitchers mound early in the baseball game. He had a love/hate relationship with pitching. Being the pitcher meant he was completely involved in the game. He had moments when he felt in control, as if there was a magic line between the ball leaving his hand and the strike zone. But he also hated the pressure of throwing the ball into the strike zone and out of the batter’s reach time and time again.David was behind the plate, catching. David was not ambivalent about catching. He flat out loved it! When Paul was on the mound David felt even more confident a  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Nancy Buck 
 Article Title :: How Should I Handle This As A Peaceful Parent?
My 12-year old daughter is an enthusiastic soccer player. She has played soccer for the last four years. This year things have changed. She is on a competitive travel team. Her new coach seems to have a very different attitude toward the game, practices and his approach than her previous coaches. He seems to spend a great deal of time yelling at the girls and berating them. When I ask my daughter about it, she says that’s just his style. She believes that he sometimes gets carried away by his passion for the game and desire to win. I see it as a form of child abuse. I am tempted to take my daughter out of this team all together. But any time I mention this she becomes angry  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Nancy Buck 
 Article Title :: How to Handle 'Unsolicited Advice' With Peaceful Parenting(r)
Think back to when you were pregnant. Did you begin hearing all of the horror stories of every other woman’s pregnancy and delivery? Did your mother, mother-in-law, aunts, cousins and godmother give you her best advice about what you should and should not be doing?When the baby finally arrived, did the advice continue? During a grocery store outing when your baby or toddler began a melt-down, did total strangers feel compelled to give you “good advice?” Now that your child or children are older, has every innocent question you ask of any other parent turn into a lecture leaving you feeling less competent or less able to handle your question?Let’s go at this from   (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Nancy Buck 
 Article Title :: Musings on Peaceful Parenting(r)
Not what you do but how you do it is the test of your capacity. -Mary Engelbreit“I’ll take care of your kids,” I heard myself saying to my sister Charlotte when her daughter Katie was two years old and her son Jonathan was 14-months old. “In fact, I’ll ask Susan if she wants to send me her children, Kevin (age 7 years) and Michael (age 10 years) to stay with me too. We can have a cousin’s camp out.”Charlotte and her husband Joe had been planning a two week cruise for over six months. The original plan was that my parents were going to baby sit Char’s kids. But my parents were unexpectedly called to North Carolina to take ca  (read full article)
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