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Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Martha Pope Gorris 
 Article Title :: Parenting 20-Something Kids - Still?
Aren’t we through with our parenting duties by the time our kids are 20-somethings? The truth is, we are still mom and dad but the change is in the way we do our jobs. What we used to do as parents of teen-agers no longer works in the transition years of becoming young adults. Our communication, the way we relate and speak, the ways we show love, even how much we give must be adjusted.No longer can we give unsolicited advice and expect a positive response. No “Ok Johnny, go get your hair cut, buy a new suit, and then send in your resume to this company.” All those things may need to be done, but blatantly giving advice and instructing are no longer effective. Instead, we   (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Joelle Davidson 
 Article Title :: Will Your Teen Make Money this Summer?
Summer is coming. Most teens start thinking about earning extra money during the months between school terms. Is your teen looking for a J-O-B or is he or she thinking of starting a business?Let’s look at the benefits of each to help you and him decide which way to go.1. Income Potential JOB: You’re guaranteed a set hourly income.Own Business: You earn money based upon your hard work, creativity and innovation. It is not guaranteed, but there is potential for more money if you work harder.2. Schedule JOB: Your boss determines your schedule. He or she may be flexible. Or not.Own Business: You schedule your own hours. This may mean w  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Joelle Davidson 
 Article Title :: Why Your Kids Should Start a Business
We all know the benefits of being your own boss. You set your own schedule. You have control over your future. Your actions directly benefit yourself and your family. But, what about your children? As soon as they get old enough to drive, they are oftentimes sent out to get a job. But is that really the only option for them during this season of young adulthood?Sure, the typical teenage job can help your child learn the valuable life lesson of learning how to work for others before working for yourself. But, have you considered, as an alternative, helping your teen to start his own business? Here are some of the benefits to having your teen work for himself, rather tha  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Rachel Incoll 
 Article Title :: What to Tell Your Kids About Money - The 7 Essential Lessons
If I had a dollar for every time I have been asked by a parent what to tell your kids about money, I’d be a millionaire. There are many different aspects of money management you can & should tell your children about. Here I will share with you what I believe are seven of the most important principles.1. Money can be exchanged for goods or services. This is one of the first few lessons you should teach your child once they are old enough to understand – usually around the age of 3 years. Next time you go down to the corner store to buy one or two items, let your child hand the money to the cashier. By doing so, they will gain a greater appreciation of the c  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Simon Ronald 
 Article Title :: How To Help Your Child Do Better in School
Whenever your child comes home with a poor assessment - anything from a D on a report card, a low grade of a test, a bad mark on a project, or a note from the teacher - it is difficult to stay calm. Your child may be upset by the result or may try to act nonchalant, but for a parent, a bad mark or grade can feel sickening.Don't despair though - there are a few basic steps you can follow to encourage your child and ensure better school results in the future:1. Control your own reaction. Your child will look to you for help – a strong emotional reaction from you can only make them feel worse. Even if you are upset or angry, take a deep breath and adopt a “let’s see wh  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Cindy Walker 
 Article Title :: Should Parents Worry About Kids Poking Their Eyes Out Because Of This Site?
I had to pull electric hair clippers out of my 7 year old son's hands a week ago. He was chasing around his big brother, crying because my 12 year old son cut a big patch of hair out of his head. Its times like these that make me doubt the power of "time out" and "go sit in the corner" type punishments! Without thinking I jerked my 12 year old son and started screaming at the top of my lungs at him. He was so scared that he immediately coughed up this site that "told him to do it".I was in complete shock for about a minute or so running on cruise control. I don't know how I got to this site, I was just so terribly shaken up. I just kept seeing my son lying on a hospital bed unable   (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Jenni Cargill 
 Article Title :: Frightful Witches and Kissable Toads: How Folktales Nourish the Soul
One day Baba Yaga’s two trusted toads said, ”You are truly terrifying!” “Good!” said Baba Yaga, “because that’s what I’m here for.”from The Wise Doll by Hiawyn Oram.As a professional storyteller, I have to confess my prejudices. I am totally and passionately in love with the genre of folktales. Yes, there are folktales that are boring or overly violent or model terrible values. These are the toad stories and yes, sometimes one has to kiss a few toads before finding the princes and princesses of story. Also, if your main exposure to the classic fairytales has been Walt Disney films or books, you may be unaware of the earlier, earthier and more sat  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Stephanie Foster 
 Article Title :: How to Cope with Stay at Home Burnout
Being an at home parent may be the best job you’ll ever get, but it’s HARD. You’re on call 24/7, and when you go on vacation, you still have the same responsibilities. And if you have a home business or work at home job, life can be even more challenging.The first step to coping with burnout is preventing it in the first place. Don’t overfill your schedule with activities for the kids or yourself. Take a little time for yourself every day. You don’t need to be alone, but you do need to relax a little. Whether this may be during the kids’ naps or when they’re in school, even taking just a few minutes for you can really help. Then you can take advantage of the time to g  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Helene Rothschild 
 Article Title :: 12 Keys to Successful Parenting
AN OPEN LETTER FROM EVERY CHILDDEAR MOM, DAD OR GUARDIAN,I love you, and I know that you want to be the best parent that you can be. I am very sensitive, and I can feel your warmth, your caring, and your heart’s desire to see me happy, healthy and successful in all areas of my life.I first want to thank you for being my parent; for giving birth to me and providing for my physical needs--food, clothing, and a home. Without you, I wouldn’t be able to survive. Thank you for all the wonderful things you do for me. I am pleased and grateful that you are choosing to be there for meI understand how difficult parenting can be--I did not arrive with instructions. I  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Cynthia Wilson James 
 Article Title :: First Time Mom Over 35: Finding the Support You Need
All first time expectant and new moms whether they are 22 or 42 underestimate the emotional and physical challenges created by pregnancy and the actual raising of an infant just to age one.Because we, older moms, have waited so long to give birth we are afraid or ashamed to admit many of our feelings, feelings that are common with pregnancy and motherhood. An older expectant mom may be at her wits end dealing with the discomforts of pregnancy. She wonders how she will survive the remaining months of discomforts.Or a new over 40 mom may secretly crave for and need time away from her little bundle of joy. In both of these cases, the moms may fear acknowledging these feelings  (read full article)
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