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How To Be A Good Parent

How To Be A Good Parent

Showing your love and affection — Most parents are quick in showing their anger or displeasure to their children when they make a mistake, but very few show their affection, when it’s time to express their feelings. All you have to do is say a ‘Love you’ or give your little one a hug to how him/her that you care. …

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In Touch With Grandparents

In Touch With Grandparents

In the olden days it was common for children to grow up surrounded by grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins and siblings. Today we see many nuclear families living far away from other members of the family, primarily due to career considerations. Of all such relationships the most significant is the one of grandparents and grandchildren. While physical distance becomes a big …

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Parenting – Nurturing Success: Capitalize on Existing Successes

Parenting - Nuturing Success: Capitalize on Existing Successes

In building success into a relationship with children, take advantage of what they already have going for them. Utilize the interests and successes that already have going for them. Utilize the interests and successes that already exist. Find some way to make a child feel successful, then build more success upon that success. When Tommy came to me, he experienced …

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Parenting To New Born Babies

Parenting To New Born Babies

Parents should listen to their instincts and pick up their newborn babies when they cry, Queensland University of Technology researcher Professor Karen Thorpe said. A joint study with QUT and the Riverton Early Parenting Centre has found many parents of infants up to 12 weeks, were uncertain about how best to settle their crying baby and whether or not it …

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Parental Control Software Reviews

Parental Control Software Reviews

Best Parental Control Software — Most online review websites provide reviews and recommendations based on one, most important fact: Their highest recommendation often goes to the software company that also pays them the most for your sale. If you have ever seen the same annual awards appear on a multiple of vendor websites, then you understand what we mean. Best …

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Parenting – Nurturing Success: Build Success into the Relationship

Parenting – Nurturing Success: Build Success into the Relationship

A sense of success grows slowly in children, since they are prone to feeling inadequate around adults. To help children succeed, create situations where failure is least likely. It also helps if you can be alert to their fear, embarrassment, and likely areas of failure. You will learn to notice their hesitancy in such areas. Rather than pushing or forcing …

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Parents Lack Time For Their Children

Parents Lack Time For Their Children

Parenting experts warned that the economic downturn could force families further apart by contributing to a “long-hours culture”. Research into family life also shows a dramatic disparity between London and the South East and other regions in terms of the amount of time parents spend with their children. The research was carried out for the state-funded Family and Parenting Institute, …

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Parental Alienation Syndrome

Parental Alienation Syndrome

The hate, vilification or bias adopted by a child towards a parent due to behavioral impression or teachings of the other parent is termed as parental alienation syndrome. It is commonly observed in kids whose parents have a deep animosity between themselves, or in kids who have a single parent. This term was first subjectively defined by Richard Gardner in …

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Single Parenting Made Double

Single Parenting Made Double

My son, Adweit, peeks from the photograph lying on the desk, oblivious to the world around him. Actually no. He’s not. He’s pretty aware of what is happening. He is an amazing kid, and I often wonder how I would have coped with my ‘burden’ without him by my side. Holding my hand and showing me that no matter what …

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Super Parenting Vs Balanced Parenting

Super Parenting Vs Balanced Parenting

All of us are operating in an increasingly competitive, efficiency-driven atmosphere. While being a super employees or a super boss may have its rewards, but when it comes to parenting, is being a super parent really good for either ourselves or our children? All that Super Parents are really trying to do is to prove to themselves and to the …

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