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Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Gene Simmons 
 Article Title :: A Shift in Focus
A Shift in Focus by: Gene Simmons It’s a pretty well established fact that our genetics combined with the influences of our family and environment provide the foundation for how we think and act in our adult years. I call it programming. Not necessarily in a bad sense – it frequently works to our advantage too. It’s just the way it is. It should be apparent that our children – and all of us – benefit most from a positively oriented childhood. One that is filled with a combination of love and discipline. One that gives us a logical perception of right and wrong, an appreciation for learning and questioning, and a respect for those older and more experienced than ourselves  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Declan Tobin 
 Article Title :: Breastfeeding - Breast is Best
Breastfeeding - Breast is Best by: Declan Tobin Women have been feeding their children this way from the beginning, and it is of course natures intended food, therefore the best nourishment for your child. The decision to breast-feed is entirely up to you and each woman should make up her own mind, it is an individual choice. There are a number of reasons why a mother would decide not to breastfeed, including infection e.g. hepatitis or HIV this can be passed onto the baby through the breast milk, or if the mother is on long-term medication for an illness, in this situation it is advised to bottle feed instead. Some mothers can’t produce enough milk and others just do not like the i  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Declan Tobin 
 Article Title :: Pregnancy Planner - A Quick Guide
Pregnancy Planner - A Quick Guide by: Declan Tobin Weeks 1 to 3 are the first weeks of pregnancy. Week 1 begins on the first day of your last menstrual period. You will have no pregnancy symptoms yet, it’s too early right now. By week 4 nearly all of the organs and structure of the fetus have formed, you will start to feel the first pregnancy symptoms which will feel a bit like period symptoms such as tiredness and tender breasts. Weeks 5/6/7. By now mother’s breast have swelled and are sensitive as milk glands multiply. Morning sickness will kick in and your appetite will increase. The embryo has developed the heart and primitive circulatory system. The first heartbeats begin and  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Karen Denning 
 Article Title :: The Curse Reversed
The Curse Reversed by: Karen Denning Oh, that awful parental curse! At one time or another in a moment of desperation nearly every parent has spewed these venomous words upon their offspring: "I HOPE YOU HAVE ONE JUST LIKE YOU WHEN YOU GROW UP!" I'd always sworn I'd never say it but I can't lie. I did it too. I hang my head in shame whenI think of that horrible day 10 years ago when I wished the worst upon my 12 year old son. At the time I was truly puzzled by his folded arms, smirky grin, and ice cold stare. What was he thinking? Did he not understand the implications of this monstrous bequeathal? Many years have gone by since that fateful day and I've finally come to realize th  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Leroy Chan 
 Article Title :: Baby Cold Symptoms and How to Give Care
Baby Cold Symptoms and How to Give Care by: Leroy Chan Remember how miserable you felt when you last had a cold? Can you imagine what your baby must feel when he experiences a cold for the first time? Viruses are responsible for causing colds. Infected people spread the viruses when they sneeze or cough nearby healthy people. The virus gets into the nose and throat where it multiplies. What Are The Symptoms? When your baby has a cold, there will be a number of symptoms. He will be sneezing and have a runny nose. He may have a sore throat and it may be difficult for him to swallow. His glands may become swollen. He may not feel like eating much and he could become irritable.   (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Kimberly Chastain 
 Article Title :: Guilt Free Parenting
Guilt Free Parenting by: Kimberly Chastain I don’t know about you, but I do guilt very well. At times, it seems like I can feel guilty for almost anything. Also, as a parent I mess up routinely. I can be short with my temper and my words are not always pleasant. Also, there seems to be a new parenting article out daily that tells you how to parent and of course it feels like to me anyway that I always come up short. My hunch is I am not the only one that feels that way. So, how do I have the audacity to come up with an article entitled, “Guilt Free Parenting”? Actually, it wasn’t totally my idea. God placed the idea and burden on my heart to share it with you. Let’s look   (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Jean Tracy 
 Article Title :: Raise Awesome Kids! This 4-Point Plan Gets Results
Raise Awesome Kids! This 4-Point Plan Gets Results by: Jean Tracy Are your children truthful, kind, and helpful? If so, read no further. If not, please listen to Colby and his mom. “All my friends cheat,” announced 11-year-old Colby. “What?” exclaimed his mother? “You don’t cheat do you?” “Sometimes,” answered Colby. “But I never get caught.” “It’s not all right to cheat, young man,” scolded his mother. “How many times have I told you cheating is wrong? What is the matter with you?” Whether it’s lying, stealing, cheating or some other problem behavior, do you find yourself giving lectures on being honest while your child rolls his eyes? I re  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Alvah Parker 
 Article Title :: Dads Are Heroes
Dads Are Heroes by: Alvah Parker My friend, Dovid Grossman, who is the father of nine children, told me he intended to have a website and teleclass series dedicated to the Hero’s Journey for Dads. He wanted to use the framework of a Hero’s Journey to engage in a discussion with fathers on parenting. I was somewhat aware of the idea of the Hero’s Journey from the PBS series The Power of Myth with Joseph Campbell and Bill Moyers. Still I couldn’t see how he would use the model with Fathers. “What is it about the Hero’s Journey that interests and excites you?” I asked him. He told me he had just read Christopher Vogler’s The Writer’s Journey, in which Vogler says,   (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Barbara Freedman-De Vito 
 Article Title :: If You'd Like To Know Why Reading Matters
If You'd Like To Know Why Reading Matters by: Barbara Freedman-De Vito Here Are Some of the Reasons Why Reading Is So Important for Children Why Do We Tell Children to Read ? We're always telling children that books and reading are good for them, but have we ever really thought about why that's true ? Exactly what do older children get out of reading novels ? What do younger kids get from reading children's stories and being read to ? Does reading matter ? The purpose of this article is to say that, yes, it's true, reading really is important, and that there are some solid reasons why that is so. Let's begin with the practical benefits and then move on to the less tangible rewards   (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Jason Katzenback 
 Article Title :: Dinner Table Drama
Dinner Table Drama by: Jason Katzenback It has been a long day. Home from work, you put together a nice, healthy dinner for the entire family to enjoy. Gathering the family around the table, you sit down to eat and within a minute, a voice pipes up, “I don’t like anything.” Encouraging, you say, “I’ve made some of your favorite foods and even put a couple new things on the table that I’m sure you will like if you just try. I really think if you will take one bite, you’ll love it.” The response, “No, I don’t want to eat because I don’t like it.” If you think about the way in which food is perceived by adults and children, it is very different. For example,  (read full article)
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