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Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Linda Moore 
 Article Title :: Bed Wetting And Your Child
Primary Nocturnal Enuresis also known as bedwetting can be a very traumatic situation for children as well as their parents to handle on a daily basis. For the children, it can be embarrassing, for the parents, it’s a frustrating issue that they may not understand. While this isn’t an easy issue for children to deal with, by being informed parents, you can help them get through this trying time.Kids that have this problem are often described as deep sleepers by their parents. They may be hard to wake up and may even sleepwalk or have nightmares on a regular occasion. It is a common consideration among doctors that a child who is a bed wetter is a girl over the age of four an  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: B. Bryan Post, PhD 
 Article Title :: Traditional Parenting Techniques Linked to Brain Stress
Until recently, traditional parenting techniques such as consequences, points and rewards, and spanking have been used by parents throughout the world as effective measures of correction for behaviors deemed socially inappropriate. In fact, schools continue to use all of these, including spanking, as a measure to deter problem behaviors in children. New findings from the field of neuroscience are demonstrating that such measures may in fact be detrimental to healthy brain development in children and may even be one of the major causes of the over-prescription of medication. What Science Reveals The amygdala is an almondshaped cluster of nerve fibers which is  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Dennis Conner - 
 Article Title :: Constipation In Children
If you think your baby has constipation just because he has infrequent stools, then you better think again. Having infrequent stools does not really mean constipation although this malady is characterized by erratic bowel movement. Constipation is a result of a deficient and wrong diet, inadequate intake of fluids or a problematic colon. Babies who take in too much refined food can be candidates for constipation. So how does one know when a child has constipation? A child may have constipation if he has very dry and hard stools. A person’s feces or solid waste passes through the colon because the latter normally gets rid of the water that is within the stool. How  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: paul wilson1 
 Article Title :: Seven Tips For Effective Parenting
The birth of a child changes lives forever. Becoming a parent brings with it several concerns and responsibilities. And, the central concern becomes “effective parenting.” While parenting comes naturally to most, the many concerns of the modern world and it’s fast paced existence make parenting a many tiered concern. Parenting in simple terms just means loving your child, and teaching him to be a rounded and caring individual. Children need understanding, love, as well as a certain guiding hand which will help them make appropriate choices. The keys to effective parenting are: 1. Understand that you child is an individual with the ability to think  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Bill Ellis 
 Article Title :: Review: Paths of Unlearning: Escape to Self-Reliance
Reflections on Unlearning Escape to Humanity -- Escape to "belonging""Unlearning," "deschooling," "deculturing," and even "learning" all have the same goal, to help people think out-of-the-box. To help us transcend those beliefs that we don't even recognize we have because they are taken for granted in our cultures. Particularly in the dominant EuroAmerican cultures those beliefs are centered around materialism and the social/economy of measuring a person's worth by material ownership.The personal stories in the pamphlet, "Paths of Unlearning," are from seven young people who have transcended this cultural pattern in both word and lifestyle. They are about   (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Matthew Keegan 
 Article Title :: Teaching Student Drivers: 9 Tips To Keep Everyone Safe And Sane
I have had the experience of teaching several people how to drive. Some were youngsters, but I have also taught a few adults how to drive too. Let’s just say that I am more than glad to have “retired” from this practice as teaching someone how to drive can be taxing mentally as well as physically. Still, not everyone has the funds to go to driving school or an available friend to help out. So, if you are one of the “lucky” ones playing the role of instructor, here are some tips to help keep you sane and your student listening.1. Set A Schedule. Keeping teens on a schedule can be nearly impossible as they juggle their busy lives with after school programs, work, hom  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Jeff Herring 
 Article Title :: Parenting Tips: Beware the "We Parent"
I've been working with teenagers and their parents for over 25 years. If I had a buck for every time I've heard what I am getting ready to tell you about, I could retire.How the "we parent" shows upWhile the we parent can show up in any number of ways, the most common subject is around school. Usually the we parent will say something like:"We did not do well in school last year.""We got a D in geometry.""We skipped school today."Are you getting the pattern?This is when I usually say something like:"What a minute, what's this "we" stuff?The reason I make a big deal out of this is because the we parent is usually over-inv  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Angie Lewis 
 Article Title :: 5 Ways to Develop Your Child's Self Esteem
I have been profoundly blessed with three sons. They are almost all grown up, and it makes me absolutely miserable to think that in a few years I won’t have my three big guys around the home forever and that saddens my heart. I’m very close with my sons because I have had the most wonderful opportunity to home educate them. My sons have never stepped foot in a public school. They are still virgins; they don’t cuss, smoke, drink, or do drugs of any kind. They are polite, respectful, intelligent, and honest young men.Did you know that in general home-educated children have better self-images? If your child is home schooled there is no bullying going on, no drugs being offered,   (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Norma Schmidt 
 Article Title :: Being What We Want to See: What a Bag of Peaches Taught Me About Parenting
My parents had just come home from a farmer's market and noticed an extra bag of peaches."You have to take these back," my mom told my dad. "We have kids. We can't keep something we didn't pay for."My mother had put her finger on an essential truth: Kids absorb the values they see adults putting into action.Ever notice how quickly kids spot any inconsistency between what we say and what we do? Long before kids can spell “hypocrisy,” they notice when our actions fall short of our words.“Don’t worry that children never listen to you; worry that they are always watching you,” author Robert Fulghum says.Kids need to see us "walking the talk."  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Sally Bacchetta 
 Article Title :: The First Six Months- An Adoptive Parent Primer
What you really need to know:The same baby who sleeps peacefully slumped over a rock in 96-degree sunshine during a Blue Angels Air Show will awaken from a deep slumber in the middle of the night if you drop the cap to your toothpaste.Begin now to live every day as if you will be snowed-in for a month starting tomorrow.You can not imagine the things you will extract, touch, sniff, sample, examine and discuss. You will do so without hesitation, and you will even save some of them. (I didn't believe it either.)Pray for the generosity of friends who cook.Ultimately, everything is washable. (I just took a shower with an exersaucer.  (read full article)
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