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Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Sarah Veda 
 Article Title :: Staying at Home or Working - Which is Best for You
Most mothers struggle with the question of whether to stay at home with their children or work. If you’re trying to make that decision, you know that it can be very difficult, because there are advantages and disadvantages to both sides. Here are some things to consider when making your decision.Can you afford to stay home?This one seems obvious, but the question requires consideration. There are costs associated with working, such as child care, gas, wear and tear on your car, clothing, lunches and parking. Deduct these expenses from your paycheck and see what’s left. Next, look at other expenses you can cut. Would it be worth it to you to cut back on vacations and l  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Toni Schutta 
 Article Title :: Parents: Got Defiance? 9 Ways to Get More Compliance!
Dealing with a defiant child can be exasperating! Children who are defiant will readily enter a power struggle and wear a parent down. The key is not to enter the power struggle with an oppositional child. Listed below are 9 options you can use to gain more cooperation from your child.1. Use positive communication. Try phrasing your parenting command in a positive way versus a negative way. For example, if your child says “Can I watch TV now?” instead of just saying, “No. You can’t.” you could say “You can watch TV after dinner.” Or “I can tape this show for you to watch after dinner.”2. Give the child two choices. As a parent you can pick two choic  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Pauline Aubin 
 Article Title :: Best Online Parenting Advice
All of us want to be the best parent we can be, but we sometimes doubt whether we are doing what's best for our children. Good parenting skills are learned; we're not born with them. But where should you go for parenting advice and tips? There are hundreds of parenting websites. Which ones offer the best parenting resources? Take a look at these sites for valuable parenting tips.1. Gerber Foods, the baby food manufacturer, has an excellent parenting website, http://www.gerber.com/, filled with information on parenting issues for those with infants to toddler-age children. Particularly useful is their Parents Resource Center, a 24  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Laverne John Riley Jr. 
 Article Title :: A Wealthy Man Has Time
College went fast and soon I had a big time career working for a fortune 500 company as a company executive. More money, more things, more accreditation were my priorities. I envisioned myself as having the best of everything someday, and no one would keep me from achieving my purpose in living! As time went on I achieved my goals; however, I still felt incredibly empty. With all my things, I felt mysteriously poor.In the summer of 1987 I met the woman of my dreams at a local super market. She was checking out my grocery order; and to say the least I was checking her out too! After one date it was a done deal; we were married the following spring. It was a nice scenic wedding upon   (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Carol Boles 
 Article Title :: Ten Ways to Help Your Child Get Ready to Read
Pre-school reading and kindergarten curriculums in most public schools teach the alphabet and its corresponding sounds. However, today more and more school districts are assessing children's letter name and corresponding sound knowledge prior to enrollment. Why? Because most children come to school with this knowledge. Many children's television programs teach this content and many parents take it upon themselves to teach their children these concepts as well.Ironically, even though public school curriculums teach these concepts, schools consider children who have not mastered these concepts to be behind their peers. Therefore, parents should consider applying the  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Ellen Mossman-Glazer 
 Article Title :: Helping Your Child With the Homework Load: Six Ways Parents Can Get Involved
For some children, the biggest homework problem they have to solve is the volume they have to manage. Following are six specific 'jobs' for parents that will help keep things moving when the work load is weighty. These tips are especially useful with ADHD, Asperger Syndrome, High Functioning Autism or LD issues.1. Be your child's Admin Assistant. For example, to lighten the writing load, your child dictates while you type at the computer. Print it out and paste into a notebook if that is where the answers are supposed to show up.2. Get them talking on the subject. If she’s stuck starting something creative in nature, such as a story or essay, coach her to sto  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Barbara Rose, Ph.D. 
 Article Title :: 10 Guidelines for Positive Spiritual Parenting with Children of All Ages
1. Always validate your child’s feelings and perceptions even if you do not “see” or "hear" what they do.2. Place yourself as your child’s equal, rather than "above" your child.3. Always explain why you are asking your child to do something so they learn and understand, rather than say: "Because I said so."4. Every day or evening give your child your undivided time and full attention so they feel that they are worthy by your actions.5. Each day ask your child to share three good qualities about themselves, and validate them each day.6. Be unconditionally supportive, without criticism, and allow your child to learn their life’s lessons, while yo  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Carolina Fernandez 
 Article Title :: It's All About Process
The northeast corridor got clobbered by heavy snow and ice this week, leaving many parts of the New York City metropolitan area without power for several days. Our tiny town was no exception; most of Ridgefield was without electricity all day Wednesday. Extended empathy for victims of Katrina and last year’s Asian tsunami immediately bubbled to the forefront of my thoughts. And everyone in our family reflected with some sadness at the extent to which we rely on electricity and running water. No water, no coffee, no phone, no internet.There went my plans for the day. Enjoying a morning shower (something I take for granted after a tough workout) was like hanging my hat upon a star,  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Ellen Mossman-Glazer 
 Article Title :: Homework and Emotionally Intelligent Parenting: Seven Tips for the Tougher Days
To keep your child feeling calm and capable at homework time, it is important to think about who they are as an individual. A child who feels capable and successful is at his best as a student and a person. Emotionally intelligent parenting at homework time involves nurturing feelings of strong self worth when the work is frustrating and just plain ‘too hard!” These seven tips will help you create an approach that will support your child through the tougher work loads.1. Help your child remember his strengths at the times he is challenged by his weaknesses. Remind him of some recent progress. “I am so proud of how far you have come in Math.” Encourage him to do bet  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Mary Gardner 
 Article Title :: Championing the Child That Has Challenges
The world is screaming for our attention! Every single one of us has more information trying to enter our brains on any given day that at some point we have to just tune it out and say: NO! I’m full for now and I can’t take any more! I feel like that a lot, but its hard to ignore it when others show their own ignorance.Today, I was wishing that someone at my child’s school had taken a few extra minutes before today to learn about Sensory Integration Disorder and the treatment that comes with it. Because when I entered the nurses offices with my 5 year old son, to request a bit of quiet time to “brush” him with the occupational brush; this certain “someone” asked if  (read full article)
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