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Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: smgenie 
 Article Title :: Things to Know About Selecting a Child Day Care Providers
Most parents think childcare is a baby-sitting service. This is a misconception, as childcare is a profession as any other. There are so many important things to note about the challenging and rewarding career of being a childcare provider. Childcare is a business and the providers are professionals. The childcare providers will have rules, regulations, work schedulesÂ’ and pay rates for the care provided. The provider will take his/her own time to create a handbook, contract, and other details that help to foster communications and understanding. Childcare providers and parents should be clear on the rules such as transportation, discipline approaches, food to   (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Janet Booth 
 Article Title :: 7 Safety Tips For School Kids
Travelling to and from school is often not very safe. However, there are some simple rules that can help to make the school journeys safer, ensuring peace of mind for both children and parents. 1. Waiting for the school bus in the mornings, while traffic is at it busiest, requires a degree of commonsense. Try to have a safe place for children to wait at away from the street and heavy traffic. 2. DonÂ’t let children move close to the school bus until it has come to a complete stop and the driver has signalled that it is safe to board. 3. At the end of the school day when children leave the bus, instruct your child to move away from the vehicle at leas  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Paolo Basauri 
 Article Title :: When Your Teenager Is Out Of Control: Troubled Teen Programs
Introduction to Troubled Teen Programs More than ever, teens today are facing an uncertain future. With political instability across the globe and unrest in local communities, itÂ’s no wonder that our teens are confused and scared about their place in the world. Just as they are trying to find their own adult identity, the teenage body is hit with an influx of hormones and unsettling emotions that they donÂ’t know how to control. Because of this, teenagers are particularly susceptible to conditions such as depression, oppositional defiant disorder (rebelliousness) and numerous personality disorders. Adolescent frustration can easily lead to behavioral problems, if the teen  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Karen Alonge 
 Article Title :: Stop "Shoulding" on Yourself: Parenting without Resentment
Parenting extroverted children sure can be exhausting for an introvert. Constant noise, questions, chatter. No room in my head to hear myself think. Actually, now that my kids are finally in bed, and I CAN hear myself think, I realize that IÂ’ve been having problems setting boundaries lately. When I have a project to complete or an email to write or a phone call to make, I havenÂ’t been remembering to just say so and declare a certain amount of uninterrupted time for myself. Instead, I try to write with one hand and help with homework with the other. And all I get is tired. It didnÂ’t occur to me before tonight how exhausting it is to fragment my attention.   (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Karen Alonge 
 Article Title :: The Day I Tried Saying Yes: Inspiration for Control Freak Parents
You know how sometimes the most profound conversations with your kids occur in the midst of totally mundane activities? Well, last night I was parking the car at the grocery store, and my 8 year old daughter says to me in a voice full of awe, “Mom, did you know that some kids assume their parents are going to say yes?” Sensing a bigger context here, I asked a few questions. She had spent some time over the weekend at a new friendÂ’s house. Turns out that she was really and truly amazed that her mom said yes with such regularity that her friend no longer bothered to ask her for permission to do things like eat cookies before dinner or watch cartoons. Quick  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Nomad Rick 
 Article Title :: Traveling For Thanksgiving - Keeping Kids Busy
Thanksgiving is a time for gathering the family, but how do you keep kids interested while in the car or sitting in airports? Have them keep journals. Thanksgiving Travel Nothing beats getting your extended family together for Thanksgiving. It is a great time to catch up and laugh about old times. The only aggravating thing, of course, is actually traveling to meet up. There are already stories of travel nightmares in the news two days before Thanksgiving. This can be particularly troubling if you have kids who become easily bored. In these days of the Internet and video games, the average child seems to have an attention span of about 30 seconds. If a  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Paul M. Jerard Jr. 
 Article Title :: Give Your Child Life Skills for a Lifetime
Many parents struggle with solutions to put their child on the fast track to success, and one such solution is not usually far from home. It is your local martial arts school. How will martial arts change your child's life? The difference could be, as simple as, keeping your child away from peer pressure that leads to drug abuse. Although, the answer is much deeper, martial arts will give any child the tools necessary to become a success in life. Goal setting skills (a major component in martial arts training) make a huge difference in anyone's life. By making accomplishments, your child develops a positive self-image. This "positive self visualization" develops ac  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Lisa Whatley 
 Article Title :: Indigo/Crystal Phenomena: ADD/ADHD Children
Who are these Indigo and Crystal Children? Am I one? How can I help my own child who seems to be one? There are many things that we can do to help these new breed of children, but the most important thing to know is that the Indigo/Crystal phenomenon is the next big step in our human evolution. We all are, in some way or another, becoming more like the Indigo and Crystal people. The more one chooses to consciously work towards change, the faster the results will be for that individual. This new breed of children (which truly isnÂ’t all that new, just massive amounts now) have come to show us the way as we have forgotten. They are our mirrors. Which simply means they mirror wh  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Kyle Thomas Haley 
 Article Title :: Tips for Moving with Young Children
Moving can upset children of any age. It frequently causes them to feel apprehensive and insecure. But, donÂ’t despair; there are many things you can do to make the moving experience less scary for your children. Involve Them from the Very Beginning. Tell your children as soon as you know youÂ’re moving; donÂ’t spring it on them at the last minute. Explain why youÂ’re moving in terms they can understand. Do you need more room? Are you relocating because of a new job? Be sure to explain what will happen so theyÂ’ll know what to expect. This will remove a lot of the fear and confusion they may be feeling. Tell them when the move will take place and ho  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Sarah Veda 
 Article Title :: Newborn Sleeping Positions
It can all be very confusing. Put the baby on her tummy, no her side, no her back. Over the years, weÂ’ve been told many different things about sleeping positions for babies. HereÂ’s the scoop, from my perspective, anyway. Years ago, it was common practice for babies to sleep on their stomachs. And, there was good reason – babies sleep more soundly on their tummies than in any other position. Most of us were put to sleep on our stomachs, and we turned out fine, right? But, now we have a little more information. Putting your baby to sleep on her back or side can reduce the risk of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) by as much as 50 percent. Therefore, most  (read full article)
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