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  • When your child cries what should you do?  By : JuliaArticleSub
    Crying is a physiological process in the life of a normal baby. All to communicate with others.Sine they can not express their feelings in words crying is the only way for communication. If an uncomfortable feeling she just cry.Normally babies cry in situations like hunger, wetting also heat or cold, tight cloaths, pain ect. Some children need the presence of someone else will cry simply.Crying without any cause in some normal babies.
  • 2008 Financial Crisis Affects Parenting Stress  By : Andrew Van Vooren
    The article describes the increase level of stress parents are exposed to because of the current 2008 Financial crisis. How the stress affects the entire family and simple suggestion on how to lower the stress levels for the entire family during difficult financial hardships.
  • Ideas For Finding Unique Baby Gifts  By : JohnJamesPnP
    Gifts for babies are in different categories. Some are historical. Some come in form of toys and some come in cash. Parents must make the best use of their children's gifts judiciously and effectively. In other words, if you are a parent it's important to value every gift your baby receives, no matter how small or insignificant you think it is.
  • Curb Your Kids With A United Parental Front  By : James DeSantis
    If you and your mate are not presenting a United Parental Front, I guarantee your children will become more and more uncontrollable. The earlier you can nip bad behavior in the bud, the better for every member of the family unit, especially, you! Here's how.
  • Effect of Divorce on Teens Life  By : John David
    It is a fact that parents are the important resources for children. They provide emotional support to them and give advice to them in problems. Parents are the role models for their children. The children are shocked when they hear the news of divorce of their parents. Each child will react differently when they hear the news about the divorce of their parents. Initially, they express anger or fear. Some of the children feel shame and they hide the news from their friends.
  • Internet Safety For Your Family May Create Family Conflict  By : James DeSantis
    People are now, more than ever, able to share their expertise on specialized subjects, and help out those in need through the ease of online communication. But, this ready access is a double-edged sword that cuts in both positive and negative ways. Many times, children are severely damaged in the process.
  • Teaching Children Life Lessons Through Gardening  By : Mark Rollen
    My children enjoy working in the garden. They like to plant seeds and then watch them grow into sunflowers, tomatoes, peaches, and even pears. It is something they have grown up with. They watched their grandfather plant his vegetable garden and their grandmother her flowers and when they were old enough, they were allowed to help. They enjoy seeing the fruits of their labor and eating the delicious fruit grown on the trees on the family farm.
  • How to Keep The Bottle Feeding Clean?  By : Travis Olague
    Formula milk provides your baby with all the nutrients he or she needs and bottle feeding is as safe as breast feeding if you know what guidelines to follow. It is very important to know what sterilizer is more functional and easy in use and how to wash your baby's feeding bottle to keep it clean and germ-free.
  • Choosing the Most Favorable Toy  By : Travis Olague
    A mature can keep their most auspicious toy for many years but it can be new in his or her memory during all his life, because this very particular toy was the one he or she was keenly fond of. Purchasing such a teddy bear for your toddler is a challenge but it can convert into a real pleasure if you keep an eye on the instruction and ideas.
  • Buying a Twin Stroller Soon? Tips for You!  By : kirby
    What makes people buy certain things like twin strollers? What motivates them to choose a particular brand over others? Do they do research on strollers before they buy or would they rather rely on the opinions and testimonials of other parents who have purchased twin strollers in the past?
  • Jack and Jill Went up the Hill to Celebrate a Baby  By : Kevin Hart
    There's a growing trend within the United States right now that's bringing both Mom & Dad together to formally celebrate the birth of a child; the Jack & Jill baby shower. The Jack and Jill baby shower is basically a co-ed baby shower bringing couples and single friends together to talk, exchange gifts, and generally enjoy some time together.
  • Quality Adventures For Single Moms  By : Rob Carlton
    If you are a single mom then the opportunities to go on a vacation are usually quite rare. This means that when they do come along you should not let the chance of visiting a new country pass you by! What?s more, it is likely that you will not get another chance to go on holiday again for a long time afterwards and so it may be a good idea to do something really memorable. Something such as world adventure travel trips for single moms.
  • Can Drug Treatment Help Our Teens..?  By : John David
    All drug abusers will have a medical condition of his/her own only one of its kind drug treatment and psychoanalysis. They all share a general aim: to become physically and mentally free from drugs. How they go regarding achieving that objective, however, is as diverse as snowflakes.
  • Mommy, I Feel Sick And My Skin Hurts  By : Andrew Van Vooren
    Childern exposed to the sun and its negative effects. How to avoid the negative effects of the sun. Also, Pointers on how to get parents and childern ready for a day in the sun.
  • Glue Sniffing - The Dangers of Volatile Substance Abuse for Teenagers.  By : Christopher Evans -
    Volatile Substance Abuse is one of the most dangerous types of substance misuse. Learn more about what VSA is and the facts parents need to know.
  • Cannabis / Marijuana Information - What Every Parent Should Know  By : Christopher Evans -
    General Cannabis / Marijuana information for parents and concerned family members. How is it used and what are the dangers. Learn how to recognise the signs and symptoms of abuse
  • Helpful Hints for Parents About Teens, Dating, and Sex©  By : Kim Frederickson
    Do you have teenagers and need advice about how to talk them about sex, contraception, and STDs? Read this informative article for questions and answers you may need before talking to your teen.
  • Helpful Tips to Help Parents with Their Dating Teenager©  By : Kim Frederickson
    There are many new and wonderful experiences that teens often can’t wait to delve into. For parents, this season of parenting brings excitement for our kids as well as fear about what they are getting themselves into. Dating is certainly in this category.
  • 7 Parenting Pitfalls When Trying to Establish Chores  By : Kim Frederickson
    Kids and chores...those 2 just don't mix. Read my article to avoid common parenting pitfalls when establishing chores for your kids.
  • Incorporate Effective Toddler Discipline Without Spanking  By : Neelima Reddy
    Toddler discipline is nothing but teaching, guiding and nurturing your toddler. There are ups and downs in parenting and there are chances of making plenty of mistakes along the way.
  • 10 Tips for Baking Up Memories with Kids  By : Chef Gayle "Gigi" Gaggero
    What better way to create lasting memories than cooking with your kids! They love to do it and you can sneak in some educational information along the way. Here's the recipe for success in your next baking adventure!
  • Making the Holidays Happy for All!  By : Chef Gayle "Gigi" Gaggero
    Use these helpful hints to make sure that the holidays are enjoyed by young and old alike. Not only will they cut down on your stress, they’ll make sure the children in your life have the most memorable holidays!
  • Seven Secrets To Start Loving Your Kids Again  By : Rita Offen
    Of course we love our kids – they're part of us. They can be funny, cheeky, sweet, loving, polite, giving, peaceful and cuddly, but equally they can be difficult, stubborn, hateful, rude, dishonest, selfish, noisy and demanding. Deep down we know they don't mean it. They're just being kids, but even though we know this, it can be difficult understanding, accepting, and dealing with them.
  • How To Raise Kids Who Are Popular With Their Peers  By : Rita Offen
    It is possible to raise our kids to be popular with their peers without buying them the latest must-have toys. We can raise our kids to be confident, independent individuals.
  • Bullying: The Hazards of Growing Up  By : alexis
    Bullying is a significant problem in schools and is associated with a range of problems, including poor mental health and violent behavior. Being bullied can damage lives. It lowers self-esteem, increases anxiety and can cause serious depression.
  • Bullying And Its Effects  By : cathy
    This article is about bullying and how it can affect kids. Bullying can be classified as direct or indirect. Direct bullying deals more on physical aggression where bullies push, shove, assault or beat their victims to submission. Indirect bullying or social aggression is done by outcasting a person, mocking his personal beliefs, insulting him for his difference or inability. Constant bullying may cause the victim to develop inferiority complex, anxiety, and depression.
  • The Attack of the Nerds: Bullying in Cyberspace  By : mjb
    Cyber-bullying is a distressing form of bullying prevalent in student populations with access to various information communication technologies such as mobile phones and the Internet. It is a repetitive and malicious way to gain power over the victim through humiliation, torment or threats.
  • Broken Homes, Broken Children  By :
    According to a research, the top five reasons why people got married are; to signify a life-long commitment, to make a public commitment, for legal status or for financial security, because of religious beliefs, and security for children. However, when parents get divorced, the children's security and well being is seriously at risk.
  • Parenting Techniques Explained  By : Robert William Locke..
    Who would have thought that being a parent was so difficult? It was never like this when we were children, or was it ? Our generation is faced with child disorders and disabilities which often put a strain on the quality of the attachment between parent and child. As if this was not enough, many parents insist on using the same parenting techniques even though the child's behaviour does not improve.
  • Binge Drinking: A Sober Risk for Teenagers  By : aseya
    When it comes to heavy drinking, the phrase “binge drinking” comes to mind. It used to mean heavy drinking that lasted for days, now, the meaning has changed. To most people, binge drinking brings to mind self-destruction and unrestrained drinking bout lasting for at least a couple of days.

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