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Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Michael Grose 
 
 Article Title :: 10 Steps To Prepare You For Life With Children
 
It's hard to explain to the uninitiated the changes that a child will bring to your life - nothing is quite the same again. If you are an expectant father (or even mother) or just considering the prospect of parenthood, do the following 10-step program so you can learn what you're in for.1. Go to the nearest doctor's surgery, pharmacy, clothes store, shoe store or sports store and empty your wallet onto the counter. This will be a regular occurrence well into the next millennium. The method of transaction may change but the continuous action of handing over your money will not.2. Set your alarm for midnight, then every hour after that. Get up and walk to the furthest bedroom  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Michael Grose 
 
 Article Title :: Teach Children The Skills Of Optimism
 
Optimists do better academically, socially and enjoy better health than pessimists.Helping your child look on the bright side is a significant life skill to develop. When children think that can succeed they are more likely to give things a try. In other word, if they think THEY CAN, THEY WILL.Optimists look at the flip side of negative events for some good, some hope and some reason to be positive. It means having a strong self-belief and confidence to deal with situations.Experts in the area of optimism agree that there are five building blocks of optimism:1. Having a go and persisting 2. Practising skills 3. Coming to terms with success and failure  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Michael Grose 
 
 Article Title :: Teach Your Children How To Resolve Conflict Without Using Anger Or Power
 
Teaching kids to deal with conflict effectively and peacefully is perhaps the biggest challenge facing adults today. Children’s disagreements both at home and at school can be noisy, physical and psychologically hurtful. The approach to conflict resolution learned and practised in childhood often stays for life.Conflict is part of daily living. Effective people resolve conflict in ways that protect relationships, honour feelings and lead to a resolution. They neither avoid conflict nor do they use power to dominate others or win conflict.It is useful for parents to provide a process for children to resolve individual differences peacefully and effectively. When two childre  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Stacy Tabb 
 
 Article Title :: Raising a Tobacco-Free Kid
 
We begin forming healthy habits at a young age. With all that we know about smoking, it is astounding that young people will still take that first puff of a cigarette just to see what it is like. Many will not stop at that first experimental puff. Here are three things you can do to ensure that your child will not be tempted to smoke cigarettes:1) If you happen to be a smoker, you need to quit. This is first and foremost. Do it for yourself as well as your children. Children are so quick to model the behavior of their parents. If they see parents using good manners, children will use good manners. If they see parents consistently eating healthy foods, they will be more likely to ch  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Azriel Winnett 
 
 Article Title :: Labeling is Disabling: Achieving Congruent Communication
 
A small town, somewhere in the world, was managed by a town council of seven or eight members. The council normally met once a week. One member - let's call him Bill - would invariably stroll intothe council chamber exactly ten minutes after the time scheduled for the meeting. For Bill's fellow councilors, this seemingly inconsiderate practice was very disruptive. At first, since Bill was known to be an extremely busy professional, they were prepared to assume that he had been unavoidably delayed. But when history repeated itself meeting after meeting, they began to wonder.. Then one day, the sleepy little town was overtaken by a crisis, and the mayor asked  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Brian Maloney 
 
 Article Title :: Why A Father Is Not A Dad
 
It can be said that any man who procreates is a father, whether present in that child’s life or not. While this is technically true, it really takes a man to be a dad!There is nothing more insulting than a cavalier man thinking he has every right in the world to see the child he helped to create, but was never there for him or her. It is as if he or she is obligated to him like that of a debt.As a child of a broken home and now as a father myself, I know the purest definition of being a dad is the time spent with your child that will always prevail in the end.Would you remember your father more if he was a millionaire but never there, or a near-penniless man who sp  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Michael Grose 
 
 Article Title :: Why Consistency Is The Key To Raising Well-behaved Kids
 
Being consistent when children are less than perfect can make you feel dreadful. However consistency is one of the most important elements in the relationship with your children, but it is the one most frequently overlooked.Consistency means dealing with the little misbehaviours and not letting them grow into bigger behaviours. It means saying no to children’s constant requests for five more minutes of television at night or a third serve of ice cream. It means following through and allowing children to experience a consequence when they misbehave every time. It doesn’t mean if children arrive home after dark from a friend’s place you ground them sometimes but at other times   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Michael Grose 
 
 Article Title :: Is Your Child Becoming A Praise Junkie?
 
Do you praise your child when he fulfils a basic bodily function? Do you praise your child for obeying the laws of gravity? Do you give praise for simple socialisation procedures that your child practises every day?No, you say. Have you ever praised your child for finishing all his meal? Ever praised a child for staying on his bike or perhaps staying vertical on roller-blades? Ever praised a toddler for their terrific smile and fantastic manners?In the last few decades parents in many parts of the world including the US. UK and Australia have enthusiastically followed the positive parenting teachings, but for some praise for a job well done has become like a nervous tic.  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Michael Grose 
 
 Article Title :: The Secrets To Improving Children's Behaviour
 
Most parents at some stage are driven to distraction by one or more of their children’s annoying habits or behaviours, whether it is a toddler who continually whines, a school-aged child who leaves clothes lying around or a teenager who uses a less than pleasant vocabulary.How to affect change is a challenge for many parents. Do you ignore a child’s annoying behaviour or do you pick up on it? A useful rule of thumb is to pick up on behaviours that are dangerous to the child himself or significantly infringe on the rights and comfort of others.Also ask yourself: Is this behaviour reasonable for the child’s age? For instance, it is reasonable to expect an eight year old  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Michael Grose 
 
 Article Title :: Five Ways To Build Super-Strong Relationships With Your Children
 
One of the questions I ask in parenting presentations is “How do you show your children you love them?”Participants usually cite verbal and physical ways of showing affection as the most common means of showing love. These ways work well for children of certain age groups and children with those relational preferences, but how do you relate to a child or young person who becomes a ‘conversational clam’ or one who doesn’t like physical closeness?Conversely, it is easy to miss the relational signs of children if their ways of relating fit outside our frame of reference. I remember Michael, behaviourally the most challenging child that I taught, would meet me in the c  (read full article)
 
 
 
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