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  • Successful Parenting Tips Just For You  By : Conine Morante
    Parenting is one of the most important and difficult jobs adults take on. It does not have to be made any harder, though, by trying to think up new answers to every question. Parents and childcare professionals have shared so much information on the subject of child-rearing that there is plenty of good advice to take in.
  • Surviving A Car Ride With A Young Child In The Car Seat  By : Shen-Li Lee
    Any parent will tell you that traveling with a young child in a car seat can be a real nightmare. Here are some practical tips for surviving the journey.
  • Tactics For Tackling A Toddler's Temper Tantrum  By : Shen-Li Lee
    Temper tantrums are a normal part of a toddler's development, however, dealing with them isn't necessarily easy. Here are some tactics you can use to manage a toddler's tantrums.
  • Take Charge of your Toddlers with Parenting Advice  By : Molten Marketing
    Ask any parent about the toddler years, and you are likely to be met with audible groans and eye rolling. Those few years are the ones that drag on forever, with endless repetition of the same question, temper tantrums out of the blue, and the inevitable potty problems. The good news is that there are ways to calm the little ones and regain control of your home and family. Parenting advice for the mothers and fathers of toddlers is something well worth checking out.
  • Taking Action with Bedwetting  By : Gail Metcalf
    Learning to deal with bedwetting calmly is a big priority. However, parents should not just allow themselves to be placated into taking no action at all. The fact is, bedwetting can still be a nuisance and a problem for your child, and there are many solutions out there.
  • Teachers As Leaders In The Curriculum  By : Kerry Beck
    Can teachers use curriculum to train your children as future pillars of the community? What other ways can you develop your children to become leaders in the future? The first thing to do is to change your own education paradigm.
  • Teaching Children In Love Part 3  By : Katheryn Hoban
    teaching children in love 4 part series
  • 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.
  • Teaching Your Toddler How To Properly Share  By : Yannone
    When people become parents to a child, good parents want to make sure that they raise their child in the best possible way that they can so that their child will grow up to be very successful. This can be a very daunting task. Below are some tips that will give you some assistance when raising your child.
  • 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
  • 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
  • Teen Parenting Introduction  By : Tony Hartmann
    Dear Parents: Introducing... Your Preteen!
    Something interesting happens to your child between the ages of nine and twelve. Like a caterpillar entering a cocoon, he begins to build his own world, separate from the one you have made for him as a youngster. In that cocoon, several transformations occur. There are the physical changes that prepare him for puberty.
  • Teenage Addictions  By : Monica Craft
    Teens believe itís cool to use marijuana because they hear songs about it and see it on Television and in movies. Regular marijuana users repeatedly develop breathing problems, such as chronic coughing and puffed. Marijuana contains the same cancer causing chemicals as tobacco.
  • Teenage Anger. Parenting Tips  By : Fiona Dimas-Herd
    I am commonly asked questions like "Why is my teenager always angry with me?" Parents DO NOT TAKE IT PERSONALLY! Teenagers are generally not angry with you they are just plain angry. This anger can vary from resentment right through to actual rage. What you are seeing is not the anger itself but a behavior.
  • 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.
  • Teenage Parenting: How To Help Your Troubled Teen  By : James DeSantis
    Is your teen son or daughter driving you over the edge? You are not alone! Parents of troubled teens around the world

    are realizing, that because of today's stressful life, they need help dealing with a son or daughter who is making poor decisions. There is help available if you know where to look.
  • Teenagers with Depression  By : Firoj Khan
    According to a survey 20 percent of teens will experience teen depression before they reach adulthood, 10 to 15 percent of teenagers have some symptoms of teen depression and 5 percent of teens are suffering from major depression. One of the most alarming facts to come from all the research; depression is affecting younger and younger people - adolescents and teenagers. So teen depression is a very common and dangerous disease.
  • 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...
  • Teens Gambling  By : Firoj Khan
    Today's generation is growing up with gambling all around them. During school holidays, they go to the casino. No names are necessary, users can chat freely. So using a fake ID, they began to make regular trips to the Casino. And they have Adolescent Gambling problem.
  • Teens pregnancy Today's major Problem  By : Firoj Khan
    According to a survey Seven hundred and fifty thousand teen girls get pregnant each year and thirty one percent young women get pregnant before 20. The birthrate for young teenagers aged 15-17 fell 8 percent from 2000 to 2001, reaching 25.3 births per 1,000 teenagers. So teenís pregnancy is one of the major problems. This is the one problem when teens did not decide what to do. They could not talk to their parents.
  • Teens with Problem  By : Firoj Khan
    There is nothing more frustrating to parents than to know that something serious is going on with their teen, but to have absolutely no idea what is at the root of the problem or how to get help. There are many number of parents whose teens are in tr
  • The Advantages of Hypnosis With Sexual Anxiety  By : Dr Janet Hall
    As a hypnotherapist and psychologist specializing in sexual issues, I suggest that "good sex is simply an erotic trance". Think of the similarities between hypnosis and satisfying sex. Effective hypnosis involves high focus and concentration on the intention and so does effective sex. In hypnosis, there is a strong response to suggestions; in sex, there is a strong response to stimulation.
  • The Advantages of Reading Parenting Blogs  By : Florence Jones
    Living in a digital world these days presents many advantages, especially for stay-at-home moms, who are able to read and write their own parenting blogs. Parenting blogs are a godsend to parents, not only because they offer so much tips, advice and suggestions about parenting, but also because they are sources of comfort because you know youíre not alone in traversing the long and often challenge-ridden road to raising children.
  • 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.
  • The Benchmarks Of Child Development Milestones  By : Florence Jones
    Child development milestones are important for moms and their kids. These are the periods of discovery, surprises, and memories made for lifetime by your little one. And tracking these moments can be a fun activity as well.
  • The Benefits of Using an Online Development Tracker  By : Florence Jones
    If thereís anything that your child will continually go through as he gets older, itís change. As a parent, you will need to be prepared and as such, you need a child development tracker to help you deal with these changes and raise your child well. Being able to deal with these changes will also help parents guide their children through the transition from child to adult easily.
  • The Boarding Schools for Your Defiant Teens  By : Firoj Khan
    Social and emotional growth are inherent components of the traditional private boarding school environment, there is no structured emotional growth component. Students are assigned advisors who offer support and guidance however they do not serve as counselors that is the big reason of that schools which are totally do work for troubled teens
  • 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.
  • The Dreaded SATS - A Child's and Parent's Nightmare!  By : Dr. Noel Swanson
    It's time again for the dreaded and stress inducing SATS. Teachers and students alike are stressing. The principal or head teacher wants to look good on the national league tables. The teachers want everyone to know that they're the best. As for the
  • The facts about breast milk Jaundice.  By : Narisa R.
    Jaundice is a effect of buildup in the blood of the bilirubin, a yellowish pigment that gets from the breakdown of old erythrocytes. It is normal for the erythrocytes to break down, although the bilirubin formed does not generally cause jaundice since the liver will metabolize them and then eliminate them in the bowel.

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