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Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Royce Armstrong 
 
 Article Title :: Educational Toys - How Do Parents Choose The Best Toys For Their Child
 
The choices are mind numbing. Walk into any toy store or the toy section of any department store and there are shelves and tiers of toys labeled ‘educational toys’. There are books, games, dolls and the list just goes on and on. It includes everything from an infant’s building blocks to Leapfrog interactive games. The sheer variety is overwhelming. How does a parent or a grandparent choose the best educational toys for the children in their lives? Will the child like it? Will it hold up under the abuse of play? Will it accomplish the purposes for which it was purchased? And finally, is it a good value for the money?The first rule that parents and grandparents should keep in m  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: David Perdew 
 
 Article Title :: Nothing Like a Mother's Love
 
Travel is a common theme in my life -- probably started with the family vacation we took every year when I was young. But in all my travels, I have seen another universal theme, a common symbol of unity, love and Peace.Mom. She’s got the big love. From Ethiopia to Seattle, mothers protect us – the offspring. When we grow up, we may leave her house to build our own, and her cooking to add more flavors to our palates, but she’s still the woman that held us to her breast, nurturing and cooing to us, her most-loved child. She would do anything to protect her child.Koko is not a mother. I’m fascinated by her. She's a 33-year old lowland gorilla who, since infancy, has bee  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Chick Moorman 
 
 Article Title :: Banishing Bedtime Blues
 
“My son won't go to bed at night without a struggle. He keeps getting up with all kinds of excuses. It doesn't seem to matter what we tell him. Nothing works. What do you recommend?"This question was posed by a concerned parent in the middle of a fifteen-minute question and answer period following one of my Parent Talk System presentations. I knew a five-minute response to this important question was inadequate, but I offered advice anyway. I don't recall my exact answer - I think I mumbled something about consistency and the need to keep to a schedule. I'm sure I suggested returning the child to the bedroom as many times as he vacated it. I'm also sure my words were not very hel  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Chick Moorman 
 
 Article Title :: Winning The Whining War
 
Jason Meridith’s two-year old son whines when he wants more juice. Brenda Kreuger’s eight-year old daughter whines about having to take piano lessons. Connie Gustufson’s daughter whines about not getting enough playing time on the softball team. Each parent finds the whining annoying, but is unsure what to do about it. In each case, the parent and the child could be helped by the following guidelines.Do expect your child to whine. It is age appropriate at two, three, eight, thirteen, nineteen and every other age in between. Children will whine. Count on it.Don’t say, “Stop whining.” That doesn’t work. Children do not like being ordered around under normal circu  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Orly Szerman 
 
 Article Title :: Help! My Kids Don't Listen to Me
 
Does this sound familiar? Have your kids not listened to you when you wanted them to? This is one of the most common issues that parents bring to me seeking help and support. Parents tell me that instead of listening to them, their kids sometimes ignore them, walk away, don’t do what they are told, laugh at them, turn up the radio or TV, talk back to them or give them the silent treatment. Parents say that they feel tired, frustrated, upset and at times at their wits end. By the time they come to me they have tried everything without success. So what else is there to do?Let’s start from the beginning. Parents ask me to fix their kids so that their kids will listen to them. What  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Orly Szerman 
 
 Article Title :: Why Won't My Teens Clean Their Room?
 
Have you ever had this struggle with your teens? Did you get to the results that you were looking for? Did moving toward those results create an unexpected rift between you and your teen? Parents complain to me that when their teens won’t do their chores and, as a result, they punish their teens, there is conflict and a damaged relationship. Parents say that they don’t want their relationship with their teens to suffer. They say that they understand that discipline and order is needed in their teens’ lives, but are at a loss at how to encourage it in a way that allows their relationship with their teens to keep thriving. So what is there to do?I was asking that to myself last  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Andrea Patten 
 
 Article Title :: You Goofed? Hip, Hip, Hooray!
 
Certainly we all want our children to excel. But it takes most kids years to find their strengths; if they don’t try everything that comes their way --from kickball to spelling bees-- how will they discover their passions?One thing that parents can model is to value ‘effort’ and ‘risk’. Kids whose parents praise things like 'trying,' 'giving their best effort' and 'finishing what they’ve started' seem to have kids who try, give their best effort and finish things! While competition is a great teacher, there are also times that it is as important to reward participation as achievement.Rewarding the courage to compete builds confidence and helps to combat the sti  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Andrea Patten 
 
 Article Title :: If at First They Don't Succeed - What a Great Opportunity!
 
When kids try new things, sometimes it’s a ‘fit’ and sometimes a struggle.So what’s a parent to do when they find that a child is floundering in a new activity? What if your son is in over his head? Or your daughter is not doing as well as either of you had hoped? What if they even fail outright?Often, they’re tempted to give up. Just to quit. And with the busy schedule facing most families, supporting that decision can be a real temptation.But what’s the lesson from that? Quitting just makes it easier to quit again later, or, worse still, can stifle the urge to tackle future challenges.When faced with failure at a new activity, another option i  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Andrea Patten 
 
 Article Title :: A Quiz for Parents: What Are They REALLY Learning?
 
Picture this. Your child comes home with a special assignment from school. He's very excited about it and puts in a lot of time to perfect it. He's thrilled with the result and can't wait to take it to school.A few days later, he comes through the door, picks a fight with a younger sibling and bursts into tears. Finally, he manages to tell you that the project he was so proud of was 'unacceptable,' that the teacher wants him to do it over.What's your first reaction?a) Protective - "I'll straighten this out." b) Embarrassed - "MY son always gets good grades." c) Angry - "That teacher is picking on my son!" d) Worried - "This could be damaging to his  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Ryan Joseph 
 
 Article Title :: The Metamorphosis of The Brain: Raising Your child to be a Brainiac
 
The human brain never actually stops developing. Beginning formation in early prenatal life (just 3 weeks after conception), the brain's development is a lifelong endevour, endlessly under construction, constantly reshaping and redefining itself based on everyday life and the types of stimulation that we provide for it.When children receive loving care from a parent, neural connections are formed and strengthened between the brain cells. Warm responsive parents who speak to their kids, cuddle with them and provide challenging learning experiences, promote healthy brain development. But neglectful parents who hardly talk to their children (unless their typical sentence starts with t  (read full article)
 
 
 
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