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Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Ellen Mossman-Glazer 
 Article Title :: Social Skills Training for Parents and Educators: "Ground Rules? So What is Expected of Me?"
The words you use to state your rules supply important directions for how to get somewhere. When someone gives you driving directions, can you get there with: “To get to my house go west and turn right in about 15 minutes”? Too general. Too many possible choices. Vague. A well-stated rule is clear in its directions, describing exactly where you want a behavior to go.Do your Rules Inspire Action? A rule answers the question "What is expected of me?" A well-phrased answer turns your rule into an action that can be clearly seen or heard. As an example, let's explore a very short important rule, posted in every classroom and found in some way everywhere we go in life.  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Lance Winslow 
 Article Title :: Working Mom Debate; a Discussion
Sometimes young men set goals to make a lot of money so they can provide for their family and they do not want their wives to have to work, but rather stay home with the kids. The old barefoot and pregnant thing and perhaps not to that degree, but rather a more traditional approach to the family unit.Often this is bothersome to their potential mate, as it disregards their goals and dreams. Of course much of this of this of course is the upbringing from family. Traditional thinking. Personally I admire strong women. Of course I despise all weakness and mediocrity and dishonest people. Working women often say that “there is NOTHING wrong with wanting to do things differently than y  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Alex Rader 
 Article Title :: L-E-A-R-N the Basics of a Sane Parental Relationship
Hey PARENTS- Hassling with your "hip-hopper" making you Holler?!!!Hey TEENS- R u having trouble getting the 'rents off your back? Well, No matter what the case, I have the solution. Just follow these simple guidelines:L.OVE your parent/child unconditionally. This is an easy step that if missed, can screw-up a person's life majorly!!!E.NVITE open conversation on why you're hurt or upset, etc. Open conversation is always nice because you always know that, as long as you're not interrupted, you'll always be heard through!!!A.GREEMENTS should always be met when everyone has said all they want to say. This balance the fairness out a lot!!!R.ESPECT your parent's/chi  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Carrie Lauth 
 Article Title :: Teaching Your Kids Conflict Resolution
If you're like me, you want to teach your kids how to resolve their little conflicts by themselves. Tattling is inappropriate attention-seeking behavior, and the tattler is rarely 100% free of responsibility.Unless someone is bleeding, coughing up a lung or otherwise in danger, the rule in my house is: no tattling. Besides, a parent could spend their entire day mitigating sibling skirmishes! While saving yourself time, you could be teaching them an invaluable life skill.Here is a great formula for conflict resolution:1) Tell the person what you didn't like2) Tell the person how it make you feel3) Tell the person what you want in the future4) Perso  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Anne Arthur 
 Article Title :: Catching ZZZ's - Tricks and Tips For Getting Two Under Two To Sleep
Challenges of Parenting Closely Spaced SiblingsParents of closely spaced children face many unique challenges. This is especially the case for parents that have two children under two or three children under three.Most times children this young have varying sleep schedules. That means you may have one or more children that isn't yet napping regularly or sleeping through the night.Children that aren't sleeping through the night can incite even greater sleep deprivation in their parents, who need all the energy they can possibly get during the day just to keep up with their closely spaced children.Getting enough sleep is vital for managing your temperamen  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Jyotsna Sreenivasan 
 Article Title :: Help Your Son Express His Emotions
Like most parents, I want my sons to grow up to pursue their own interests without being limited by society’s gender stereotypes.I thought I was doing a fine job. My husband and I strive to create an “egalitarian” marriage: we both have our time for work and time for spending with the boys. I expose my sons to gender-boundary-stretching toys (such as dolls, weaving kits, and jump ropes), and to books featuring girl heroines. When my older son, as a four-year-old, wanted to try on his best friend’s dress, I didn’t bat an eye.However, I recently read some books which made me realize I could be doing better. A number of books have come out within the past several year  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: CD Mohatta 
 Article Title :: About Fatherhood
For most of us, our first father is God. A large majority of the world considers God as their father; or rather call God as their father. God is father to all in such believing families. What about biological fathers? How does one become a good father? What are the yardsticks by which we measure the goodness of a father?This is a subject for discussion and application of thought. Who is the final judge about the goodness of the father? The mother? The children? The society? What qualities should a man possess to be called a good father? These questions generate a bigger debate.Can a mother judge her husband about his goodness as a father? That judgment can depend on so many   (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Carl Bromley 
 Article Title :: A "FUN" Parent Quiz and Helpful, Too
What's in a 'parent quiz' of only one question?Giggles from the kids because they see Mom and Dad going through what they get in school. From the parents, I have seen genuine concern over not knowing the answers and MAJOR GUESSING!! MAJOR!!! Don't they know quizzes are supposed to be fun? Don't they know there are a LOT of right answers?Ok, now that I've proven I'm a goofy guy, here's the question and I may give you all the answers here or I might give you a couple of answers here and clues where to find the rest. hmmmm... : )The question:"Do you know how making paper airplanes can help your child in life?"It migh  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Bryan Post, PhD 
 Article Title :: Parenting the Attachment Challenged Child
There is much literature on how to parent challenging children these days. Unfortunately, much of that literature does not typically address the child with special parenting needs and a special parenting understanding. A child that has been diagnosed with reactive attachment disorder, oppositional defiant disorder, or even depression, requires an understanding not of the behavior itself, but rather of the underlying dynamics driving the behavior. Take for example the analogy of an iceberg. Typically when we refer to an iceberg, we are referring to what we see above the surface. However, 90% of every iceberg is invisible, lying under the surface. What you consider to be an iceberg is reall  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Carolina Fernandez 
 Article Title :: Keeping the Spirit
On Friday night, I learned my limitation. I took ten pre-teen girls to the ice rink--along with little brother Victor, who had never ice-skated in his life.At fortysomething, I had no deep-seated desire to skate; the girls afterall would skate by themselves and completely ignore me. I was cold. I was sore from my early-morning tennis game and half-hour workout with weights. In tiny Ridgefield, Connecticut in January, ice skating on a Friday night is as good as it gets: the place was packed. Clearly two hundred children and hormone- impaired middleschoolers were lacing up, while little Victor begged me to skate alongside him, at this never-before-seen rink, with an almost-d  (read full article)
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