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Tag Archive: Parent

New Year’s Resolutions For Teenagers

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Although setting resolutions for the new year might seem a little cliché to adolescents, it’s still a great idea for parents to sit down with their kids to figure out their future goals.… Continue reading

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Mothers Baby – Fathers Maybe

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It is easy for a woman to know that she is the parent to the baby that has just been born, but for the father there has to be a lot of trust.… Continue reading

Parents In Jail: The Life Changing Effects It Has On Children

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In jails across the country, there are people who are arrested and detained for various crimes. Their children also suffer with them as they face hardship and developmental risks as consequences of the… Continue reading

How Do You React When Your Child Is Angry?

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By Lubna Nadia Ahmad Anger may be a defense to avoid other feelings and is associated with low self-esteem, but how do you react when your child is angry? Anger is a normal… Continue reading

Moving Out at 16

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By Ondre Roger Agusilva There is an ongoing worldwide practice to push our kinds towards independence at the earliest convenience possible. While this act may seem just from the parents’ point of view,… Continue reading

Dieting Young – The Growing Numbers Of Anorexic Children

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By Marcea Hibbert-Roye There has been a sharp rise in the incidents of children being admitted into hospital for Anorexia. The most startling thought to comprehend is the ages of the youngest children,… Continue reading

Surefire Way To Get Tweens To Enjoy A Family Vacation: Bring Cornhole

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Taking a family vacation with a sullen tween might be one of the least enjoyable activities a parent experiences.  They whine about time with younger siblings.  They hate the patchy cell phone service… Continue reading

Helping Your Daughter When She Is a Teen Mom

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By Kerry B Johnson What do you do when your teenage daughter comes and tells you she is pregnant? Strangling her isn’t an option. Parents’ response: The “real world” is already too hard… Continue reading

R-E-S-P-E-C-T Find Out What It Means to Kids

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By Corey Szwarcok Respect – An age-old term parents and educators beg of children with exhaustive repetition. If only children were respectful, we probably wouldn’t need rules. If children were respectful, they would… Continue reading

How To Keep Your Children Happy

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Keeping your children happy is something most parents strive towards throughout their lives. It is somewhat a mythical talent with their wants seeming rather insatiable. Parents are faced with the extremely difficult task… Continue reading

How To Get Children Involved With Household Chores

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It is really important to encourage your children to do household chores from an early on to guarantee that everyone participates in keeping the house in order. It will also make sure they… Continue reading

Peer To Peer Kids’ Fashion

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Clothing kids can be a nightmare. Not only are younger and younger children developing an interest in fashion but the little darlings keep growing. Not only are parents having to shell out a… Continue reading

Teen Drama Or Not, My Daughter Needs To Learn A Lesson – Discipline Ideas For Rebellious Teens

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Disciplining a rebellious teenager is probably the most difficult part of any parent’s life. You always have to weigh the pros and cons of the punishments. For example, if I take away her… Continue reading

How To Make Children Do Their Homework

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“You can’t really make me do it!” “Why do I have to do my homework now?” “Mom, please, can I go to sleep now?” Do any of these sound familiar to you? Homework… Continue reading

How To Teach Kids To Get Along With Other Children

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Some adults seem to lack basic cooperation skills. Just a glance at the evening news highlights story after story of opponents who cannot seem to get along even when it seems obvious that… Continue reading

Take Your Child Swimming For A Real Bonding Experience

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Most parents would agree that sometimes it gets very difficult to think of creative ways to spend time with your children. We get ourselves into routines and patterns, and very often we get… Continue reading

Saving Your Children’s Artwork – Ways To Preserve Their Valuable Masterpieces

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Children can create numerous pieces of artwork and parents are given the daunting task of finding creative ways to display and store them, as well as throw out those that are old and… Continue reading

How to Improve Listening Skills As a Parent

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By Trevor Johnson Listening skills are something that a lot of us could do with improving, whether it’s dealing with children or other people. But in this article I’m going to concentrate on… Continue reading

Top Reasons Why Teens Rebel And Land In Juvie Hall

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There are so many things that can break a parent’s heart, and one of the most painful heartaches is when a good teen goes bad. You treat and pamper all your children the… Continue reading