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Being Responsible

Teach Children The Wonderful World Of Being Responsible

 Teach Children The Wonderful World Of Being Responsible It’s never too early to teach a child to start being responsible. In life, children assume their problems are everyone else’s and never their own. Young children have a hard time grasping the idea that everyone makes mistakes. When kids blame so ...
tantrums

How To Tame Those Tantrums

How To Tame Those Tantrums Toddlers go through many stages in life. The tantrum stage in child development requires a ton of patience. Children who throw tantrums typically are between the ages of 18 to 24 months, due to the brain still developing. A child’s motor skills during this time, develops fas ...
Top Ten Parenting

Top Ten Parenting Moments – Letterman Style

Top Ten Parenting Moments – Letterman Style Everyone has talked about Letterman and his last days on what is probably one of the most ground-breaking shows of our generation. He defined late night television and for many comedy. But the too smart for his own good personality he owned at the beginning ...
wetting the bed

All About Wetting The Bed And Breaking The Habit

All About Wetting The Bed And Breaking The Habit Nearly half of all potty trained kids end up wetting the bed at some point in their lives. If you have a boy, and he is still having trouble with wetting the bed, understand that you’re not alone. Developmentally speaking, boys mature slower than girls. ...
kids growing up

Are Your Kids Growing Up Too Fast?

Are Your Kids Growing Up Too Fast? Every parent will eventually ask themselves, “Are my kids growing up too fast?”  Over the course of an hour, your child has snuggled in your arms, walked around the room, sighed at the remarks you’ve given, imagined they were someone else, and then they a ...
alternatives to college

Alternatives To College For Any High School Graduate

Alternatives To College For Any High School Graduate Education is critical; college is not. While college is great for most students, alternatives to college are available for those who choose not to. There are many other options, such as healthcare, technology, building trades, operations, and transp ...
saying "no"

Saying No Without Saying The Word

Saying No Without Saying The Word According to experts, parents are saying no a total of 400 times a day. Studies have shown that when parents say no too much, they harm their children because language skills aren’t being broadened. It’s important to give your child positive feedback and explain to th ...
technology addiction

Freeing A Child From Technology Addiction

Freeing A Child From Technology Addiction The American Academy Of Pediatrics recommends the limit of technology for children older than two, due to many health effects attributed to television. Children under two, should have no visual contact with technology at all. Younger children particularly, are ...
household financial tips

Household Financial Tips for Newlyweds

Household Financial Tips for Newlyweds Experts and non-experts alike agree that more marriages fall apart due to bad financial management then just about any other reason. But, this problem doesn’t have to happen. Whether the cause is not making enough money to pay the bills or making the dough ...
Gender Stereotypes

Teaching Children On How To Break Gender Stereotypes

Teaching Children On How To Break Gender Stereotypes Gender stereotypes are an insidious concept. Mental categories and labels are necessary with this fast-paced world we live in and they help us to cope. Stereotyping is all around us, and if it wasn’t for stereotypes, we would have to re-learn what f ...