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Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Michael Grose 
 Article Title :: Nurturing Your Child's Thinking Skills
How can you nurture your child’s thinking life in the pre-primary and primary years? The purpose is not so much for your child to excel at school, but to instil a desire to learn and the ability to think for themselves and be resilient enough to resist following the crowd in thoughts as well as actions. Children spend more time at home than at school yet parents often feel most children’s learning occurs behind the classroom door. Learning is natural and has no boundaries and can happen anywhere.Parents teach their children both implicitly and explicitly. Take advantage of your role modelling position and take an active interest in your child’s learning and in the activitie  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Jean Tracy 
 Article Title :: This Logical Consequence Helps Kids Discuss Solutions
When your children misbehave, would you like them to take responsibility? If you answer "Yes" to any of the following questions, use your kids' reasoning powers to show you how.• Do your children sass? • Do your children whine? • Do your children avoid chores? • Do your children fight? • Do your children lie?In my counseling practice, parents didn't want to be judge and jury. Instead, they wanted their kids to take responsibility for their own actions. If your children exhibit similar behaviors to the above, you can get out of the middle and help your children change. Below is a method that works with children from elementary grades through high  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Ellen Mossman-Glazer 
 Article Title :: Fathers: Ten Parent Qualities You Can Model For Your Children Every Day
Fathers, whom did you look up to? How do you want your child to look up to you? Though he is no longer here, my dad left me with wonderful memories of qualities I wanted to have, and behaviors I wanted to choose. It is with a smile in my heart that I remember what my father modeled for me:1. Humor is a strategy. It is often quite OK to joke in a serious situation. Laughter and stress have a hard time co-existing. My father had a knack of diffusing tension at just the right time with just a few words that shifted the mood and had us all laughing despite how important the problem was or more often, was not.2. The truth is fixed. My dad used to say to us "The   (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Marsha Maung 
 Article Title :: Time Out... for Moms
No matter how pleasurable, enjoyable and worthwhile you think motherhood is, there will be times when you just feel like peeling yourself away from the screaming, fighting, endless amount of work, cleaning, cooking, feeding, bathing and umpiring. There’s no end and you’re only human! Human and every human being’s got a threshold for pain. As a mother, you have to find your threshold; recognize and acknowledge that threshold because if you don’t, you’re going to end up in the house of Loonies!Just today, I was on the brink of just calling it quits! The kids have been throwing massive tantrums all day over nothing, refused to eat their food (which I have painfully prepared   (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Adwina D. Jackson 
 Article Title :: How to Teach Your Baby to Read
Teaching your baby to read? You probably think it's ludicrous. A baby reads? How come?Well, the answer is: yes, it's possible. You may not realize that babies are smarter than we imagine.They develop miraculously. Starting from the moment of birth, babies learn to cry and adapt to their atmosphere. They cry when they're hungry or uneasy with the clothes parents put on them.Later on when they get older, children absorb a lot of information and perform unexpected, funny things we've never thought they would do. And they get the knowledge by reading.Here's the secret, actually. And indeed, it's the secret which Glenn Doman found out throughout his researches. He b  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Michael Grose 
 Article Title :: Sibling Fighting - Teach Our Kids to Resolve Conflict Peacefully
After 18 years of working with parents and families I have finally worked out the cause of sibling fighting. Having more than one child. Sibling fighting tends to come with the parenting territory. It is born from rivalry or competitiveness between siblings and shows itself through mindless arguments, noisy squabbles, physical means, verbal put-downs and even long silences. Kids have L plates on when it comes to resolving conflict with their siblings. They can learn better ways of resolving conflict than resorting to reflexive means such as hitting, shouting and generally playing the person rather than the “ball”.The key is to help childre  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Katherine Westphal 
 Article Title :: Getting Kids Away from TV: It's Not "Mission Impossible" for Tom Cruise
Tom Cruise joins Madonna in abstaining from TVTom Cruise has come out of the closet. The world-famous actor does not allow his adopted children, Isabella, 13, and Connor, 11, to watch TV, except for movies on weekends. He also forbids video games. He joins superstar Madonna in parenting decision that will benefit his children in many ways. Although some of Cruise's recent stances have been controvercial, taking firm control of the TV his kids watch is a sensible parenting decision.Reportedly, he also does not allow video games and "forces" his children to play outdoors and do chores. In these choices he is certainly making the most sensible decisions h  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Judy H. Wright 
 Article Title :: Feeling Words and Expressions
If you came from a family where you were not allowed to express your true feelings, you may not even be aware of the range of feelings that are normal and experienced every day. In communication with your family you may find yourself overusing the old stand by’s of “Mad, Sad and Happy.”Communication based on mutual respectMutual respect means that children and parents allow each other to express their beliefs and feelings honestly and without fear of rejection. You may not agree with what is being shared, but you do agree they have the right to their feelings.Use of “I” statementsWhen we start a conversation by saying “You always..  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Judy H. Wright 
 Article Title :: Consistent Boundaries Makes Disclipline Easier
Homes should be run by parents, not children. So many times, however, either the children are in charge or the parents are so eager to be liked, that whatever rules and standards are talked about; few are enforced, especially on a consistent basis.Children, whether they are two or 18, feel more confident when they know that you, the adults, are in charge and that their environment is predictable and safe. They need to be taught what is right and wrong, what is acceptable and what is unacceptable, what is appropriate, and what is rude and out of place.Though they will get mixed or conflicting messages from the television, magazine and friends, they need you to set and en  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Judy H. Wright 
 Article Title :: How to Get Teens to Listen to What You Say
“Idunno” becomes the answer of choice for children from ages 14 to 18. You would almost wonder if perhaps they had lost the power of speech, but somehow they can communicate when they want something.Most teens in a recent study indicated that they want to spend more time with their families and are grateful when their parents care enough to make the effort. However, from a parent’s view point, the effort is frequently met with a cold shoulder, blank look or the ever ready shrug of the shoulder.”Parents get frustratedThere are a number of tough subjects that simply must be discussed in a rational, calm and cooperative setting. For instance; school, dr  (read full article)
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