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Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Rachel Evans - 
 Article Title :: Managing Social Anxiety In Children With Autism
As a parent with an autistic child, you want to do everything you can to protect your child. We don’t want to place our children in circumstances that scare them, however, setting your child up in a program or providing them with social activities can help them to learn how to manage their social anxieties. First of all, when your child is diagnosed with autism, research the symptoms that are associated with this developmental disorder. The more information you have, the better you will be qualified to deal with certain situations. It will also help to join a support group for parents with autistic children. You’ll find other parents will be willing to share their sources of  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Rachael Cleipher - 
 Article Title :: Good Baby Care
New parents have many things to learn. Bringing home a new baby changes everything about the life of a family. A baby adds challenges to balancing work and home responsibilities. New parents need to learn how to get enough sleep and continue making progress in all of the areas of their lives while still making time for their new child. Learning proper baby care is one of the most new but important things that parents need to learn - quickly! There is more to excellent baby care than just changing diapers or heating bottles, though every experienced parent knows the importance of those things. The true road to becoming knowledgeable and skilled in baby care is much more complex a  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Deanna Mascle - 
 Article Title :: Why You Should Read To Your Child
As a parent you have many important priorities when it comes to your child. You need to keep your child safe, healthy, and loved. In today's hectic world, we often spend so much time engaged on those priorities we forget another important area -- mental stimulation. As parents we need to engage our children's minds as well as their bodies in order for them to grow and learn. One of the best ways to achieve this goal is through reading. There are a number of reasons why you should read to your child. If you are already reading to your child on a daily basis then these reasons should strengthen your resolve and if you are regularly reading to your child they should challenge you t  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Chris Roberts 
 Article Title :: 5 Reasons Why Parents Should Consider a Digital SLR
I am a first-time parent.It has been the most rewarding and the most difficult experience of my life.I have used reserves of patience I didn't know I had, and my son has taught me more about life, love and laughter than I ever thought possible.Through it all, I have set out to take pictures so that I won't forget how he grew and developed during his first year of life.I use a digital Single Lens Reflex (SLR) camera.When I talk to other parents who use compact digital cameras, I often hear complaints: "it's too slow", "all I get are blurry photos", "the kid is gone before the camera turns on".That's what generated the idea for the article you're re  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Ellen Braun 
 Article Title :: How To Instill Self-Esteem in Your Child
Prior to describing how to strengthen your child's self-esteem, let us take a moment to understand the value of raising children with healthy self-esteem.In order to define a thing’s importance, it is often helpful to look at what would happen without that thing. So, ask yourself this question: What happens to kids that grow up lacking self-esteem? How does their low level of confidence adversely affect their lives?Children who unfortunately lack self-esteem are plagued with self doubt and feelings of inferiority. As a result of the critical manner in which they view themselves, these youngsters do not apply themselves in school and at work. They do not feel deservin  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Ellen Mossman-Glazer 
 Article Title :: Social Skills and Feelings Education: Turn Your Kids' Favorite Media into Your Best Teaching Tool
These simple single-syllable words: sad, mad, and glad, are the easy first emotion words for children to use in ‘feelings talk’. Then, as they grow, and their every day vocabulary expands, the important job for parents, educators and caregivers, is to help their kids develop the awareness and the more expansive words to be emotionally articulate.Think of ‘anger’. In a second you can have escalating conflict on your hands and you’re off and running with the energy drain of mediating and consequencing. Feelings education teaches alternatives. It may not happen every time but an emotionally tuned in child stands a chance of responding to a challenge this way: “I feel   (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Rhonda Goetz 
 Article Title :: 5 Ways to Find Your Child's MySpace Profile
You know your child has a MySpace account but chances are you’ve never seen it. Unless your child is under 16 and says they are when they sign up for their MySpace account, their MySpace profile is open to the public and can be viewed by searching for it.There are several ways to find and view your child’s profile or “space.” Listed below are five search methods.Way 1: Ask them to show it to youDon’t be surprised if their face pales and they try to find a way to avoid showing it to you. The Internet is broken, MySpace is down, I’m too busy doing homework. Way 2: Google SearchGo to google.c  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: George Gallegos 
 Article Title :: "So Exactly What is Johnny Doing When he is Not Paying Attention?"
It is always interesting for me to enter a regular education classroom with the intention of observing a student who may be struggling with ADHD symptoms. The first challenge I normally encounter is that of entering the classroom quietly so as to avoid distracting the students. This usually tends to be an impossible expectation. Children almost immediately notice any “outsider” who appears amongst them. They not only wonder who you are and why you are there, but some actually go out of their way to approach me and ask these questions personally. Once their curiosity has been satisfied about a class visitor, they can more easily return to the expectation of completing their assign  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Rachel Incoll 
 Article Title :: Why Should Kids Get Allowances - The Top 7 Reasons
The question of whether allowances are right or wrong, is one that has been argued for many generations. Now it’s your turn, as a parent, to decide whether or not an allowance is the best way to educate your child about financial responsibility. There are many reasons given on why a regular payment of money to a child should or shouldn’t be done – ultimately I believe there is no right answer, it is up to each individual family to decide what is the best option for them. Through many years of working with parents and educators, these are the top seven reasons I keep hearing on the question of why should kids get allowances. They learn to be wise with how they spend the  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Laurie Hurley 
 Article Title :: When Your Child Is The Target Of A Bully Or Excessive Criticism
My seven-year old daughter is adopted from Kazakhstan. She came to this country when she was five and a half not knowing any English. She lived in an orphanage her entire life and knew none of the comforts most children experience when they are babies and toddlers. She was a scared, abused little girl who suddenly found herself in America with a strange family, attending a real school for the first time in her life. She was the target of some of the cruelest and meanest comments I have ever heard come out of the mouths of five and six year old kids.She is beautiful but had trouble with her balance and her gait. Her large motor skills were not fully formed yet. Her hair was chop  (read full article)
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