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Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Margaret Paul, Ph.D. 
 
 Article Title :: Caretaking Parents, Entitled Kids
 
Caretaking Parents, Entitled Kids by: Margaret Paul, Ph.D. Demanding children – children who have entitlement issues – seem to be common these days. Like the obnoxious child, Veruca Salt in Willy Wonka And The Chocolate Factory, who was constantly demanding that her father get her whatever she wanted (“I want an Umpa Lumpa! Get it for me NOW!”), we hear many children today uttering the fairly constant refrain, “I want ….! Give it to me! Get it for me, now!” They seem to be masters at instilling guilt in their parents through phrases such as “It’s not fair!” or “You don’t love me!” or “What about what I want?”, or by getting angry, shutting down or crying p  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Margaret Paul, Ph.D. 
 
 Article Title :: The Challenges of Single Parenting
 
The Challenges of Single Parenting by: Margaret Paul, Ph.D. Having worked with parents for the last 35 years and written books on parenting and relationships, I’ve discovered that one of the greatest challenges for us as parents is to be loving role-models for our children, showing our children through our behavior how to take personal responsibility for their own feelings and needs. Our children need to learn from our role-modeling how to nurture themselves within and how to create a sense of safety in the world. In families where both a mother and father are present, both parents can participate in nurturing the child emotionally and taking care of the child in the world, and bot  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Sarah Mitchell 
 
 Article Title :: Words of Wisdom for Single Parents
 
Words of Wisdom for Single Parents by: Sarah Mitchell The cost of being a parent and raising a child in todays world is constantly increasing. The risk of your child becoming involved in problem behaviour is also greater. Parents must work together as a team to ensure the brightest future for their children. But what if there is no team. No other person to rely upon. This is what millions of single parents deal with everyday. But it is not only the parent who sees this as a gloomy situation. Children are quite often left thinking that they are the reason for a separation or divorce. It is the child who must attend father and son day at school without a dad. They have to grow up with al  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Dr. Alvin Chan Kok Chuen 
 
 Article Title :: Attitudes-Based Learning
 
Attitudes-Based Learning by: Dr. Alvin Chan Kok Chuen The greatest discovery of my generation (about 1900) is that human beings can alter their lives by altering their attitudes of mind. William James 'Sow a thought, reap an action. Sow an action, reap a habit. Sow a habit, reap a character. Sow a character, reap a destiny.' Attitudes-Based Learning (or ABL, for short) is a program initiated in the year 2000 to inculcate positive attitudes and characters in children and teens in Singapore. During that period of time, there were many incidents around the world that deserved our utmost attention. The rise of terrorism around the world was televised around the world and the i  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Margaret Paul, Ph.D. 
 
 Article Title :: Start Growing Healthy Children Before Getting Preg
 
Start Growing Healthy Children Before Getting Pregnant by: Margaret Paul, Ph.D. When I was in my early 20’s, I read Adele Davis’s book, “Let’s Eat Right To Keep fit.” I learned from her that “you are what you eat.” I also learned that our babies are what we eat while we are pregnant, and then are what they eat once they are born. If you nurse your babies, then they continue to be what you eat as long as you are nursing them. My bible during my first pregnancy over 38 years ago was “Let’s Have Healthy Children,” also by Adele Davis. I started to follow her guidelines way before getting pregnant, knowing that my health had a big effect on my baby’s health. There is  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Patricia Gatto 
 
 Article Title :: Someone Stole My Book
 
Someone Stole My Book by: Patricia Gatto At a recent library presentation, a woman stole our book. Not the copyright, not the story, but a single copy of our children's book. Another person might view this as a compliment. The book has enough value for someone to steal it, but I disagree. I don't believe it's a compliment, nor do I view this action as a crime, but instead, I think it's a testament to this woman's character. Sadly, she missed the message of our presentation. Library presentations serve as our personal gift to the community. We devote our time to promote literacy and share our anti-bullying strategies to benefit the children. My husband and I speak about friendship and   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Dan and Suzanne Bond 
 
 Article Title :: Top Ten Reasons to Hold Family Meetings
 
Top Ten Reasons to Hold Family Meetings by: Dan and Suzanne Bond 1. Make stronger connections among individuals and, therefore, creates a closer family. In this very busy world, designating this time every week is one way to ensure that family members stay connected with one another. Relationships are living things, and must be nurtured. Family meetings are about nourishing our relationships with the most important people in our lives. Form the habit of connecting regularly. 2. Create family value statements and operating principles. Family meetings give you a chance to discuss what’s important to you as a family and to create family value statements, which reflect your collecti  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Kim Beardsmore 
 
 Article Title :: Relaxation Couldn't Be Simpler
 
Relaxation Couldn't Be Simpler by: Kim Beardsmore Many people use their sofa and TV to help them 'switch off and relax'. In reality, television programs can suspend you n stress for yours, with depressing or thrilling storylines, violence and madness! True relaxation is achieved when all tensions and thoughts are eliminated. Inside, you are calm, peaceful, yet alert and focused. You are in control and feel the strength of just 'being'. The good news is, anyone can do it. The aim is not to escape from stress momentarily for a 'breather', it is to develop the ability to maintain normal breathing and heart rate, so that you can stay calm and in control, in any given situation. All you   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Susan du Plessis 
 
 Article Title :: Dyslexia: Is the Shoe Perhaps on the Wrong Foot?
 
Dyslexia: Is the Shoe Perhaps on the Wrong Foot? by: Susan du Plessis Reading is the most important skill that a child must acquire at school, because one must learn to read to be able to read to learn. The implication of this is that the child who is a poor reader will usually also be a poor learner. Unfortunately poor reading skills, and therefore poor learning skills, have become a reality for an alarming number of people. The $14 million National Adult Literacy Survey of 1993 found that even though most adults in this survey had finished high school, 96% of them could not read, write, and figure well enough to go to college. Even more to the point, 25% were plainly unable to read.  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Kim Beardsmore 
 
 Article Title :: Minimize Stress in Your Life
 
Minimize Stress in Your Life by: Kim Beardsmore Use these simple tips to minimize stress in your day to day living. Lower your expectations and you will suffer less disappointment. Try seeing everything as already perfect and accept things as they are, then you can strive less and relax more. Learn to say NO. Next time someone asks you to do something, before the word ‘yes’ slips out, pause, say you can’t give an answer just yet – you’ll get back to them. This technique gives you time to think. Now you can choose to say NO, calmly, politely and kindly. Do one thing at a time. SLOW DOWN! If you are racing, so is your heart! Write yourself a list, prioritize your tasks and w  (read full article)
 
 
 
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