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  • Not Just Parenting: Good Parenting  By : James Monahan
    As what happens in the past is what influences the future, it is the duty, and moral obligation of the parents to provide good parenting to their children to equip them for the future.
  • What Kind Of Parent Are You?  By : Hege Crowton
    In today’s society children seem to be getting in trouble at a very early age. This kind of trouble is not just kids playing pranks, these are serious criminal offences.
  • Choosing an Ohio Child Support Attorney  By : Jean Mahserjian
    Choosing an Ohio Child Support Attorney is a significant decision making process. Your well being may depend upon the capability of the professional that you hire.
  • Proper Parenting: The Best Lesson of All  By : Sandra Stammberger
    No true parent can ever declare that they are perfect. No matter how much we try, it can never be done.
  • Tips for Good Parenting  By : Sandra Stammberger
    Being a parent is very enjoying, but it is also a tough job and entails big responsibility and commitment.
  • The Significance of Parenting Class Online  By : Sandra Stammberger
    Parenting is indeed a very difficult profession. It starts from the time that your baby was born until the time that your child has grown up.
  • Parents - Make Bedtime Fun  By : Carlie Edwards
    Bedtime can be fun! By following a few simple steps you can avoid being awakened in the middle of the night...
  • Is A Private School Right for My Child?  By : Keith Allen
    A school run by private authorities is a private school. Schools run by government are public schools. Although there are various demarcations between a private school and a public school, yet of late the gap between them is decreasing gradually.
  • Teen Depression  By : Keith Allen
    Bad moods, loneliness, irritability, and a persistent feeling of helplessness are characteristics of teen depression. There is no limit for the occurrence and existence of teen depression; it could be days, weeks, months, or years. However, early dia
  • Answer The Whys  By : Katheryn Hoban
    answering children's questions of why helps them to define their universe.
  • Teaching Children In Love Part 3  By : Katheryn Hoban
    teaching children in love 4 part series
  • Parenting Teens  By : Keith Allen
    Teenage may be a confusing period for the teenager but parenting teens is an equally confusing and intriguing responsibility. Besides, every teenager is unique and poses different challenges. Hence, parenting teens is not a smooth sail and you have..
  • The Relation between Troubled Teens and Parents  By : Firoj Khan
    "Many parents know they have a troubled teen on there hands, as these warning signs will help tell.
  • Teen Drug Use Warning Signs  By : Keith Allen
    Problems of teen drug abuse are common among most teenagers of the day. Drugs are chemical substances with both harmful and therapeutic properties. Intake of drugs having high concentrations of gold, lead, or silver is beneficial to your health. Howe
  • My Teen has Run Away  By : Keith Allen
    It is imperative to look for your runaway teen immediately after noticing the absence. Dial 911 at once and file a police report right away. Keep a record of the police officerís name with the badge number and telephone and fax numbers too.
  • Does my Child need Therapy?  By : Keith Allen
    Often children and teenagers unable to cope with certain emotional events are in need of teen therapy. It is difficult to identify existence of specific problems necessitating teen therapy. Some of these problems surface in early childhood while some
  • Teens and ADHD  By : Keith Allen
    ADHD teens refer to Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder in teens. It is more common in boys than in girls. ADHD teens are present among three to five percent of growing teens. This is a brain disorder, which makes it difficult for teenagers...
  • A 3O Year Old Child  By : Robert Elias Najemy
    Both Phyllis and her husband Hank experience inner conflict because their thirty-year-old son has not yet become economically independent.
  • Adopted Teens Behaviors  By : Firoj Khan
    It can be difficult to know if your adopted teen's anger is normal and within the range of typical teenage behavior. Most teenagers get angry, especially during the years when their bodies are changing and the hormones can bring quick and severe mood swings. All teenagers are searching the world trying to find out who they are and what they want to become. They all want to know how the world will affect them and how they will affect the world.
  • The Crucial Parent-Teen Relationship  By : Firoj Khan
    Parents want the most for their children: the ability to achieve goals, good friends, positive self-esteem, a strong family relationship, physical and emotional health, self-control, joy and satisfaction in life.
  • When teens struggle parents suffer  By : Firoj Khan
    The same research indicates that gang intervention programs, which often focus on teens' peer relationships, could be more effective if they also addressed the parent-teen relationship.
  • What You Need to Know About Foster Parenting  By : Dean Caporella
    Foster parents are resilient people, generally with a lot of courage to bring up foster children and welcome them to their lives with an open heart.
  • Creating Effective and Efficient Relationships with Your Parents  By : Francis Lua
    Understanding parents feeling and positioning yourself in the right way creates an effective and efficient relationship.
  • How to Bring Family Closer Together  By : Francis Lua
    If I forget or am tardy with the question he is quick to remind me so it is clear the ritual is important to him, but it is also important to me because I love seeing what really matters to him.
  • Importance of Christian Boarding School in your Teens Life.  By : Firoj Khan
    Parents are struggling more than ever to keep their children on the right path amid social pressures, pop culture, and the noise and distractions of today's fast paced world.
  • Struggling Issues for your Teens  By : Firoj Khan
    As the treatment progresses, the teen-agers return home in an effort to begin to rebuild the family relationship. In the next stage they are allowed to take a newcomer into their home each night. And then they return to school or work to learn how to deal with negative peer pressure. They are expected to report to the facility after they get out of school or work.
  • How to Deal with the Needs of your Special Child  By : Dr. Noel Swanson
    Following are questions asked by parents of special needs children:
  • Teenage Girls having Problems with Boys !  By : Firoj Khan
    There are some youngsters who feel that they are entitled to experience everything under the sun, irrespective of the high risk involved. These are individuals who experiment with drugs, alcohol and tobacco and also with multiple partners.
  • The Origins of Fighting with your Teenager  By : Dr. Noel Swanson
    For 13 years you have slaved and worried. You have changed diapers, nursed them through chickenpox, cried on their first day at school, cheered for them in the school Christmas play, patched up skinned knees, and packed their lunch box for their first day at secondary school.
  • When Violence Destroy Your Teens Life  By : Firoj Khan
    "Violence can be socially transmitted from person to person in a community through exposure." Both the adolescents and their primary caregiver -- usually their mother -- provided information for the initial assessment.

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