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Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Callie Johnson 
 
 Article Title :: Dating...A Parents Worst Fear? It Doesn't Have to Be!
 
Parents with Teenagers... be Prepared!!I am writing this brief article to parents who have or will have teenage girls. I want to share this because if necessary precautions are taken you will save a lot of pain, heartache, and tears!At the age of 16 my daughter became ill, headache, throwing up, nausea and tired. Yes all the symptoms of pregnancy, as I know the symptoms well as I have brought four girls into this world.My daughter’s first response when I asked her if she had been having sex and thought maybe she was pregnant was “No, Mom.” Okay, so I thought possibly I was jumping the gun and she had the flu, but being a mom I knew deep inside something did not   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Alvin Poh Hee Kwang 
 
 Article Title :: Music Develops The Child Brain
 
Music has the ability to train our brain for higher level of thinking - the kind of thinking for problem solving, comparing and contrasting the similarities and difference between objects, analyzing, reaching conclusion, synthesizing, and evaluating information.In recent research, it was found that music can help in developing human's spatial-temporal reasoning skill. Spatial-temporal reasoning is the ability to perceive the visual world accurately and form mental images of objects. It is the mind ability to see in very detailed images and to recognize, compare and find relationships among the patterns and details on an object. The temporal element involves a child's ability to th  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Jeff Herring 
 
 Article Title :: Birthday Sleepovers: 6 Universal Laws for Survival
 
The Law of SeptemberMy oldest son has been in a small school with the same 15 or so kid for 6 years now. Five of these boys, including my own, have birthdays in September. This means we are in the middle of the birthday party and birthday sleepover marathon.The Law of SleepForget about it.Seriously, here is a trick I have discovered. Wear them out. Take them swimming. Have light saber fights in the front yard. Keep them moving. Then gather them all in your TV room, sleeping bags spread all over the floor, and put in a movie. Very few will see the end of the movie.The Law of Friday NightRelated to the Law of Sleep, we always ho  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Jeff Herring 
 
 Article Title :: Problem at School? Universal Laws for Talking Wtih Your Child's Teacher
 
The Law of AleadyIf this is the first time you have spoken wtih your child's teacher this year, well...shame on you. You really need to have done this already.The good news is you can start over again next year with the next teacher.The Law of Not My KidOne of the most difficult type of parents teachers have to deal with is the Not My Kid parent. An NMK parent is the kind who believes their child could do not wrong and any problem is always the fault of someone else.A couple of years ago we had to talk to the elementary principal of my son's school about a bullying issue. My wife is a school teacher and I'm a family therapist. The poor prin  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Nicky VanValkenburgh 
 
 Article Title :: How to Get Your Child's Attention when They're Engrossed in a Video Game
 
Do you struggle to get your child’s attention when they're playing a video game? Perhaps you have dinner on the table, and want the kids to come before everything gets cold. Your objective is clear, but your child is engrossed in a video game. Their eyes are focused on the TV screen. Their hand is on the joystick. They’re playing the game, and you’re being ignored. As a result, you feel frustrated, angry and stressed. What can you do to get your child’s attention?Try the “Pause and Eyeball” technique. First, get control of the situation by asking the kids to pause. Tell your child, “Time out! Stop you’re doing and listen to me.”Your child may be so engross  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: E Bouchard 
 
 Article Title :: Get Ready for International Peace Day!
 
Peace. What a lovely concept. What an elusive dream. The idea of peace seems so unrealistic, so out of our reach, especially when we think about it in world-wide dimensions.What if peace could be attainable, right here, right now, in real and tangible ways? What if small, individual contributions could make a significant difference in the world?These are the kinds of questions running through the minds of the people who initiated International Peace Day, which is celebrated on September 21st.Most of my readers are not aware that the creation of http://www.blended-families.com and the StepHeroesTM newsletter came out of heartfelt prayer about what I could personall  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Jana Beutler-Holland 
 
 Article Title :: Resiliency: Teaching Children How to Cope with Adversity
 
“Life is not a matter of holding good cards but of playing a poor hand well.” —Robert Louis StevensonResiliency, or the ability to “bounce back” from adversity and challenge, is a trait (or perhaps a skill-set) that I’m sure all of us as counselors, parents, and/or educators, hope to foster in our children, our students, our clients, and even in ourselves. We know that being resilient is necessary in being able to maintain perspective, move forward, and overcome setbacks. Without resiliency, an unfortunate event, accident, or loss can result in giving up, learned helplessness, hopelessness, and a lack of social interest.Whenever I think of resiliency, I can’t   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Laura Gillson 
 
 Article Title :: Coping Strategies for Parents Who Have Children with Disabilities
 
The only thing more devastating than enduring a disease or disabling condition is when it happens to a loved one, especially your child. For me, growing up while going blind might have been an altogether different experience, and I may have become someone very different than who I am, if it were not for all the things my parents did to give me a full life. As a blind adult, I consider myself among the most fortunate of daughters. A disability does not have to be a barrier to your child’s sense of self-esteem or her ability to live her fullest life. You may be grappling with feelings of guilt, anger and frustration, unsure where to turn. Below are a few coping strategies that may hel  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Laura Gillson 
 
 Article Title :: How to Break Assistive Technology Barriers for Low-tech Parents
 
For a parent who has yet to acquire a cell phone, set the timer on the VCR, or is unaware that most people no longer use VCRs, they may wonder how assistive technology could fit into their lives. After all, you may have never even used a computer much less taught a child how to use one. This is sometimes referred to in the media as “the digital divide,” where due to social, economic or educational circumstances, a person may not have access to technology. Any parent might feel guilty at not being able to provide the very best of everything to their child, but for a parent of a child with a disability, the intimidation factor of assistive technology may add to their feelings of help  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Jeff Herring 
 
 Article Title :: Parenting Your Teenger: You Know You Are Growing Up When
 
It happened today in my office. I kid that had been going at it with her mom over every single issue said the magic words:"It's been a pretty good week, I got some things done even though my mom was bugging me to do it."One of the clearest signs of a maturing teenager is when they can do somthing even though their parents want them to or even suggested it.Rebellion gets oldOf course the rebellious stage gets old for parents. But did you know it gets old for the teenager too?When every issue becomes a battle for independence, even the strongest of heart can wear out after a long period of time.Not only does making every issue a battle for in  (read full article)
 
 
 
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