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Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Carol Boles 
 Article Title :: Homework, Five Tips For Parents
Homework! Every child has it, so there's no getting around it. Try these tips when dealing with this after school ritual.Recess First:Children spend the entire day in a structured environment. Why not let them relax once they get home. Allow them to lay on the floor in front of the television for a time with a snack or play outside with their friends. After this recess from school their minds will be clearer and more receptive toward tackling homework.A Comfortable Place:Let your children discover what works best for them when completing homework. Most parents don't allow their children to watch television, or they expect them to sit at table or desk. Classroo  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Laura Browne 
 Article Title :: Humor for Women - Easter Eggs
Every Easter morning, we rush from our beds to find out what the Easter Bunny has left for us. My husband and daughter want to start the day off with some chocolate but I have a firm rule of no candy before lunch. I point out the healthy snacks that Mr. Bunny left too, but no one seems to be in such a rush to eat the real carrot sticks and sugar-free fruit chews.Then it’s off to the Grandparent’s house for a traditional Easter egg hunt. After all the kids have assembled, we set off with our baskets to find the hidden eggs. Sometimes there’s extra excitement when we manage to find an egg that had been hidden too well the year before. That’s when I’m really glad we don  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Linda Milo 
 Article Title :: Help Your Child Manage Their Own Behavior
Children, like teens, like to feel personal power. Power is mostly the ability to influence some aspects of our lives by the choices we make. Giving a child a choice is the most powerful way to build personal power and self-esteem for your child’s lifetime. Children exert their personal power when they refuse to go to bed, or decide not to take a bath, or have temper tantrums. To help your child use their power in a positive way and to strengthen your child’s sense of competence, give them the power to make positive personal behavior choices.A choice for any of us means that we are using free will, exercised by our own mind and judgment. A choice communicates to your child t  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Linda Milo 
 Article Title :: Putting The Fun Back Into Abiding By The Rules
Family rules are for everyone in the family. The rules you establish for your family’s benefit are the single most important aspect of helping your child learn right from wrong. The purpose of family rules is established so that both parents and children have consistent guidelines that help each family member know what behavior is expected and what isn’t expected. Family rules are there to encourage a sense of responsibility for each person’s behavior and it also helps a family get along well with each other.Family rules teaches your child what is acceptable behavior and what is not. Family rules are important because everyone in the family has rights. They have the righ  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Katherine Westphal 
 Article Title :: The Awful Truth About Television: Family Time Suffers When Kids Get Only 38 Minutes of Parents' Time
TV time adds upThe time spent watching TV impacts many aspects of life, most notably the family. According to the latest figures from Nielsen Media Research, Inc., the average American now spends 4 hours and 32 minutes per day watching TV. Per week that adds up to 31½ hours.Why is the family in crisis?In contrast with 31½ hours in front of a TV, the average American parent spends only 38 minutes per week in meaningful conversation with their children. Yet, pundits on both the left and right wonder why the American family is in crisis. As a parent, how can you have a meaningful relationship with your children, if you are so busy watching TV that you do   (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Katherine Westphal 
 Article Title :: The Awful Truth About Television: Why Kids NAG
Viewers log in 50,000 commercials per yearCommercials are another significant problem with TV watching. Viewer’s pocketbooks are the primary victim. The average person who logs in 4½ hours of TV per day also tunes in to more than 50,000 commercials per year. Even if adults can resist the manipulative marketing tactics, children do not have the ability to discern fact from fiction from cheap advertising.Marketers target children and teach them to nagWorse, during each of those cute commercials, your children are facing an army of ruthless marketers who want to teach and encourage your child to nag for their products until you purchase them. The marketi  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Katherine Westphal 
 Article Title :: The Awful Truth About Television: Sexual Content Encourages Teens to Experiment
Sex and violence look good on TVThe content of most programming is dangerous for many children. It is often not healthy for adults either. Sex and violence seem to be the natural programming for the media of TV. Scenes of gore or lust splash on the screen in vivid color. The abstract concepts of love, joy, and friendship simply do not fit as well into a box. It is not surprising then that the trend in television content has been towards more sex and violence.Sexual content doubled in seven yearsIn fact, sexual content has doubled in the last seven years. "Scenes featuring kissing, fondling, and talk about sex have nearly doubled on television since 1998,  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Katherine Westphal 
 Article Title :: The Awful Truth About Television: TV Violence has Real World Effects
Children witness 16,000 TV MurdersThe most commonly cited statistic is that by the age of 18 the average American will have witnessed 16,000 murders and 200,000 violent acts on TV. However, with the increase in viewing time and the trend towards more violence on TV, that statistic will soon need to be revised upwards.Cartoon violence can lead to misbehaviorContrary to public perception, cartoons are some of the most violent programs on TV. Cartoon violence is especially pernicious because it trivializes the violence, often making it humorous. For example, after one of his numerous attempts to kill the Roadrunner, Wile E. Coyote plummets to the ground. He  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Dr. Gary S. Goodman 
 Article Title :: Mom, I Got A High-Fail On My Chemistry Test!
The teenager wasn’t exactly beaming as he told his mom how he performed on his most recent chemistry test.But he wasn’t pouting, either.“How did you do?” she asked brightly.“I got a high fail on my chemistry test,” to which he added, “And that’s a move in the right direction!”The kid’s a natural optimist, what can you do?His last score was a “low” fail, so to be precise, he’s correct.He is moving in the right direction, however at this glacial pace, he won’t graduate from high school until the year, 2048.Mention this to him and he’ll probably reply, “You’re right, but time is on my side!”There are   (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Sue Blaney 
 Article Title :: Dramatic Truths from Young Adults with Advice for Parents of Teens
“Never let your freshman date a senior!” “Yelling will only make things escalate and will make teens want to rebel more.” “Don’t try to be “cool” with them – no matter what you won’t be and it will only hurt your relationship.” “Be strict with boundaries but rich in love.”These are real quotes from twenty-something young adults who are sharing advice and comments for parents currently raising teenagers.Three Sides of the Coin, A Survey About Parenting Teenagers is a survey project underway by Sue Blaney, author of Please Stop the Rollercoaster! How Parents of Teenagers Can Smooth Out the Ride. She is seeking comments   (read full article)
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