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Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Shelly Walker 
 Article Title :: Parenting Styles -- How to Stop Fighting and Start Working Together
Do you ever wonder how your parenting style turned from “parent team” into “parent competition?” Picture this: your 8-year-old wants to go see the new PG-13 movie that you know will be too graphic for him. You say “no” and at the same time your spouse says, “Sure.” You look at her in disbelief. You begin to argue with your wife while your son not only watches, but jumps in on her side with his own opinions. How often do you find yourself arguing for your way in front of your kids?When it comes down to these parenting battles, how do you come to a decision, preferably without arguing, definitely without arguing in front of your children, and both feel validated  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Shelly Walker 
 Article Title :: Single Parent Strategies
I was a single parent for the first four years of my son’s life. Now, there are two kinds of single parents: those who are co-parenting with a non-resident parent and those who are simply raising their children alone. I was in this latter category and you know what? I liked it. Of course, there were times when it was hard and I felt resentful and angry at having no one to share the burden – or the first smiles – with. But for the most part, I was fine being a single mom for one reason: I didn’t have to compromise with anyone about how to raise my child. I knew he would never be spanked; that he would be raised in a positive, loving environment; that he would be taught my spi  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Dore Frances 
 Article Title :: Does Drug Testing Your Child Destroy A Trust Between Parent And Child?
There are two main schools of thought: It’s the parent's right It may damage the trust within a family and generate distance between a parent and a child. Both positions have merit. In the end, it comes down to what you as a parent choose is right for your family.The truth is that kids don’t always tell their parents what they need to know. Sometimes kids don't know when they're being led down a risky pathway. It's easy for a kid to get caught up in a situation and not know how to get out of it or how to tell their parents about it. In reality, parents are responsible for their child's actions and are the first to be held responsible when a c  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Jean Tracy 
 Article Title :: Help Kids Discuss Success and Build Character with 3 Simple Questions
Do you know how your kids really think? Would you like to find out and build character too? Here are 3 simple questions that you can use. Recently, my granddaughter, Daniela (Dani), rushed home to tell her mother, "I can tie my shoes!" Andrea hugged and praised her.At our Sunday breakfast, Andrea proudly announced, "Dani can tie her shoes!" Daniela's grin widened as everyone congratulated her.Having counseled kids for years, I know the joy of understanding how children think. Helping kids discuss their successes is a great way to understand their thinking and build character too.Later, while Dani and I sat on the sofa, I used my 3 simple questions to help Dani discu  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Paul W Wilson 
 Article Title :: Seven Tips For Effective Parenting
The birth of a child changes lives forever. Becoming a parent brings with it several concerns and responsibilities. And, the central concern becomes “effective parenting.” While parenting comes naturally to most, the many concerns of the modern world and it’s fast paced existence make parenting a many tiered concern.Parenting in simple terms just means loving your child, and teaching him to be a rounded and caring individual. Children need understanding, love, as well as a certain guiding hand which will help them make appropriate choices.The keys to effective parenting are:1. Understand that you child is an individual with the ability to think. Never try and mo  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Michael Russell 
 Article Title :: Children and Television
Televisions have become essential and irreplaceable in most households for a long time. Children are very fond of watching TV and some parents are happy about that because it may stop their children playing around and destroying things.Watching TV is a good way to enlarge your children's knowledge as they will get to know more about music, new ideas, countries and cultures all around the world. Small children will get used to colours, shapes and even learn about the alphabet and learn how to count. Besides, it also stimulates the children's curiosity and encourages them to find out about new things from books or ask their parents. In addition, children will learn about differen  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Barb Desmarais 
 Article Title :: Kids and Chores
I read a lot of articles related to kids and chores. There are experts who believe kids should have assigned chores and it’s a necessary part of growing up. Maybe it is. Maybe it isn’t. What I know for sure is that arguments and tension in families are often centered around getting kids to do their chores.Growing up we had very few chores to do. I don’t really think it was a conscious decision on the part of my parents. I think it was just easier for mom, who was the person in charge of all the housework, to do it herself. My dad just went along with what ever she decided was appropriate or not when it came to issues relating to us.My best friend had a lot of ch  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Lesley Spencer 
 Article Title :: The Balanced Mom - Fact or Fiction?
It's a pretty well known fact: Moms are pulled in many directions and their to-do list almost never gets completely crossed off. There's the kids, the husband, the house, the chores, the errands, the laundry, the meals, the appointments, the kid's activities, the birthday parties and on and on. It's an intensive job that requires some great time management and organization to ensure that everything gets done (or almost everything), and there's still enough time to spend relaxing and enjoying your family.Here are some tips to you find some balance:* Use a calendar to stay organized. Keep track of home, school and work activities and appointments on your calendar. It may work   (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Paul W Wilson 
 Article Title :: Create An Indelible Bond With Your Child
Every parent aims to bring up a child that is loving, giving, confident, happy, and a part of a closely knit family. Parenting is a natural process and more often than not it is not books, counselors, or doctors that will guide you but it is your in born instinct and bonds with the child.When a child is born it trusts its mother without questions and looks towards her for sustenance and protection. A mother in turn instinctively holds the child close to her bosom and knows without words when the child is well and when it is ill. This connection must be maintained as the child grows. Never allow a distance to creep in. If you want to be close to the child and always be there for him  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Steve Hill 
 Article Title :: Child Motivation Tips
I have two children and even though I love them to bits, I have to say that at times they need motivating to do their homework or to help out around the house, for example. This article describes how I go about this child motivation. The methods have helped my own children no end and I am sure they could help other parents in a similar situation.I remember when I met my step-daughter who is called Taryn. She was five years of age and quite a character. I felt a bit sorry for her however as she spent a lot of time at a childminders. The childminder would take her and pick her up from school. On some days her mother would not be able to collect her until around 8pm.After a few  (read full article)
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