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  • How Did My Child Get So Disrespectful?  By : Stan Dubin
    This is a question too many parents are asking these days. And it seems the age at which this problem manifests is getting younger and younger...
  • How Parents Can Help When Their Daughter Is Bullied  By : Dr Janet Hall
    A mother was very upset as she spoke about her eleven year old daughter who had a very possessive friend. The so-called friend wouldn't let her daughter play or get close to any other girls at school. She threatened her and was mean to her. The daughter was scared to go to school and had developed stomach aches and headaches.
  • How Parents Can Recharge Their Batteries  By : Dr Janet Hall
    Modern-day media has promoted a myth that children need quality time. In particular mothers fall over themselves to make sure that everyday, everyone of their children gets some special mother time. Why doesn't the same mother make sure she gets the same time for herself?
  • How Parents Can Teach Their Children About Respect and Responsibility  By : Dr Janet Hall
    Learning to be respectful and how to act with responsibility, are fundamental lessons for almost all children. Children are never too young to learn to say please and thank you, to ask before taking, pick up toys and tidy their room, or take care with the possessions of others.
  • How To Boost Your Children's Study Skills  By : Frank McGinty
    Once when touring the Highlands of Scotland, I came across a man who said something I will never forget.
  • How To Break The Biting Habit In A Child  By : Yannone
    Meeting the demands of parenthood takes focus. Sometimes just the simplest tip from someone more experienced than we happen to be can help us attain that focus. That is the intent of the tips provided below. They will provide the focus that so many of us need to step out there and meet the challenge of parenthood.
  • 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.
  • How To Deal With Night Terrors In Children  By : Shen-Li Lee
    Night terrors are a night time condition that differs from simply having a bad dream. This article examines what parents should do when their child has a night terror.
  • How to Deal with the Needs of your Special Child  By : Dr. Noel Swanson
    Following are questions asked by parents of special needs children:
  • How to Deal with Your Child Being Kicked Out of School  By : Dr. Noel Swanson
    The British have increased their media and news coverage regarding misbehaving children in school in recent days. The topic usually ends with a solution that centers around removing troublemakers from the traditional classroom setting.
  • How to Enhance Your Child's Self-esteem  By : Dr Janet Hall
    A woman called Jane told how she was badly scarred by boiling water when she was four and required a lot of surgery over many years. There are no photos of her in the family album from the age of four until she was sixteen, until she was clear of all her treatments to her skin to get rid of the scars.
  • How to Find a Nanny  By : Joseph B Moore
    Hiring a nanny is a big decision for any family. Who to hire is an even bigger decision. The safety of your family and children is paramount, so you do not want to take any chances while deciding who you let into your house. How do you make this important decision?
  • How to Handle Your Child or Teens Mean or Critical Comments  By : Kim Frederickson
    Handling mean and/or critical comments from your child/teen can be stressful. Read this informative article to get 11 tips on how to react if and when this happens.
  • 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.
  • How to Live Comfortably in Japan  By : yang
    There is a proverb going like this "When in Roman, do as the Romans do.". The proverb is to teach foreigners how to survive in other countries. However it is really not easy to live a comfortable live in Japan.
  • How to Name a Child  By : Aria Scherer
    The delight of parenting is most imminent when a child is first born.
  • How to pick your Baby’s Name  By : simon.dovson
    Picking the right name for your child is a lengthy process since you want the perfect name. Before baby is born parents trail through numerous books and check online for good names for their baby.
  • 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.
  • How To Reducing Childcare Costs  By : Cornie Herring
    Next to rent or mortgage payments, childcare often ranks as the second-highest expenditure in a household budget. But a little inventive planning can save you money without compromising the quality of care. Get some helpful hints from this article.
  • How to Teach Children Right From Wrong  By : Dr. Noel Swanson
    A typical issue that parents face is dealing with their children's behaviors. Let's say you are a parent of a five year old child that has just started school. She was a polite, considerate, and helpful young lady at home and in front of her teachers. However, her behavior has become inappropriate at home as it includes talking back, swearing, and discussing sex in general terms. She learned these behaviors from other children at her school.
  • 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.
  • If You Want To Be A Good Parent, You'll Want To Read These Tips  By : Armbrust Lowers
    Having children is an amazing event. Actually surviving raising those children takes some perseverance. Too many people are afraid to learn new ways to parent their children. Take some time to read this article and learn some great new tips that may help you survive the parenting years.
  • 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.
  • Improving Your Child's Behavior through Problem Ownership  By : Mark Lakewood, Relationship Specialist, Author, and Motivational Speaker
    The most effective ways to improve a child’s behavior is to make sure the child assumes ownership of his or her behavior. This article examines three ways that parents fail to have their child assume ownership of misbehavior and what they can do to
  • 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.
  • Instilling a Love of Science in Your Child  By : ray san
    Science toys are a great way to instill a love of science in a child. Here's a look at some good ones.
  • 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.
  • Intoxicating The Young Minds And The Restless Spirits  By : aseya
    The effects of media in value formation of the general public is very significant, especially to the youth, who may easily emulate with anything they see, hear or read.
  • 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.
  • Is My Toddler Ready for Toilet Training?  By : Dr. Noel Swanson.
    Toilet training often provokes great anxiety in parents. Many seem to see it as some sort of competition - the earlier they get their child potty trained the brighter their child must be, and the better they as parents must be. Total nonsense of co

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