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8 Useful Tips How to Become Friends with Your Child

If your family has a teenager, the tips that I want to give you a uniquely useful as to find a compromise with teenager is always not easy. What is puberty? This is the time when the body grows, the hormones are dancing, going wild emotions, anger often spills out uncontrollably. The task of parents in this period is to be patient and always willing to help. And here are some simple tips:

1. Give their freedom…

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Added by Stacy Green on June 21, 2016 at 6:31am — No Comments

Don't Raise Your Children, Raise Yourself (Part II)

 
As our children grow up, we tend to advise them every now and then. There is nothing wrong in guiding them but most of us actually try to instil fear in them through our…
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Added by Dr. Swati Lodha on May 10, 2016 at 2:03am — No Comments

Don't Raise Your Children, Raise Yourself (Part I)

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Added by Dr. Swati Lodha on May 9, 2016 at 2:07am — No Comments

Don't Raise Your Children, Raise Yourself

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My Mother's Day gift to my mom and my daughter.

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Added by Dr. Swati Lodha on May 8, 2016 at 7:07am — No Comments

A Pushy Parent At Home, An Authoritarian Leader At Work

When you go for a football match session where your child is playing, do you feel a surge of emotions based on his performance? Do you witness some parents who clap over zealousy, shout advices, even abuse the referee or other players?

These parents who play in their minds alongside their children…

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Added by Dr. Swati Lodha on May 2, 2016 at 1:56am — No Comments

Are You an ISLAND PARENT?

I have presented to you a Rainbow of parents, starting from YES PARENTS and BULLETPROOF PARENTS on the one end of the spectrum to POLARISED PARENTS and ISLAND PARENTS on the other end.…
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Added by Dr. Swati Lodha on April 29, 2016 at 3:52am — No Comments

Are you a POLARIZED PARENT?

Do you disagree with your spouse about various decisions relating to your children? 

You want your kids to grow up in a certain way, while your spouse has quite an opposite view

This is a proliferating breed of parents whom you will identify with immediately.

With…

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Added by Dr. Swati Lodha on April 28, 2016 at 2:12am — No Comments

Are You a YES PARENT?

Are you the parent for whom the childish tail ends up wagging the parental dog?

YES parents fail to figure out how and when to say no to their children. They not only allow their kids to indulge…

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Added by Dr. Swati Lodha on April 26, 2016 at 3:24am — No Comments

Age Is Just A Number! And Other Life Lessons From ‘The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel’

This article was first published on Womens Web on 20th April, 2016

Age Is Just A Number! And Other Life Lessons From ‘The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel’

The-Best-Exotic-Marigold-Hotel-e1461138966506 The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel teaches us that age is just a number – we can seek and find happiness, or try out new things at any…

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Added by Dr. Swati Lodha on April 26, 2016 at 1:54am — No Comments

Am I still a Bulletproof Parent?

Last weekend, my daughter was invited for a birthday party and I dread these invitations. First, I don’t know the child’s parents. Second, I keep waiting for a call from the …

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Added by Dr. Swati Lodha on April 25, 2016 at 12:55am — No Comments

Are you a DESIGNER PARENT ?

I recently met a mother who had bought a $360 Burberry coat for her 10 year old. I asked her if she didn’t find it expensive as she would outgrow it soon. She simply said that she valued her child more than money .

Ask yourself if you consider Exclusive and Expensive as the best.…

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Added by Dr. Swati Lodha on April 22, 2016 at 1:53am — No Comments

Are you a ‘SUPER PARENT’?

Have you ever tried to find out your parenting style. Diana Baumrind had given us three parenting styles in the 1970’s but I find them too compartmentalized for the present.I have tried to divide parenting styles into seven…

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Added by Dr. Swati Lodha on April 21, 2016 at 1:09am — No Comments

3 Life Long Gifts From Parents To Children

This post was first published on www.madratgames.com on 1st April, 2016 - …

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Added by Dr. Swati Lodha on April 19, 2016 at 12:39am — No Comments

9 Ways To Help Your Child Get Better Grages

Parents want their children to excel in all aspects of life especially studies. The standard of education has climbed to a very high level in the past few years. Things that were taught in fourth grade are now part of second grade's syllabus. Some children find it hard to cope with the…

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Added by Mamoona on April 12, 2016 at 7:10am — No Comments

Bring On More Parenting Advice!

Why? Because one can never have enough! Well, at least that's my view and stance on the subject. I've received so much advice along the way on my journey of parenthood & I've learned to embrace everything I've been told: good or bad, agree or disagree. I've taken what I've found useful and implemented them in our lives, and I've tucked away the "other" advice for reference (because sometimes what NOT to do is important information too). Then the journey itself lends experience &…

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Added by Maria E on April 11, 2016 at 3:11pm — No Comments

When Parenting Gets Hard Pray

When Parenting Gets Hard Pray

Added by Cassandra L. Pinson on March 28, 2016 at 9:38pm — No Comments

Mommy-Itis

If you are looking for a legitimate excuse to get a day off work, Mommy-Itis is not the answer, although it sounds pretty justifiable, right? As a matter of fact, Mommy-Itis doesn’t affect Mommys directly at all, it affects young children, so if you need a day off work, I suggest eating an under-cooked piece of chicken.

Mommy-Itis is defined as the complete and utter obsession of a young child with their Mommy, whereas Daddy is, in the young child’s mind, incapable of doing anything…

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Added by Lauren Segal on March 27, 2016 at 9:00pm — No Comments

The Anxiety Monster

Originally published at https://takethesechancesblog.wordpress.com







Tonight, my 8 year old had a full blown anxiety attack.



Tears streamed down his face. He tried to express to me, through stuttering sobs, that he was scared of failing. My heart broke for him, as we share this struggle. It is not something I would ever want my child to have to deal with.



The subject was a book he’d checked out… Continue

Added by Kalista Thompson on March 22, 2016 at 9:20pm — No Comments

Raising My Boys in a Consent Culture

I've always taught my boys to respect women. In general, just be respectful to anyone & everyone. Now that they are in the 5th & 7th Grade, our conversations have become deeper and I've been talking to them about more grown-up topics. Yes, we have talked & continue to discuss S-E-X, all age-appropriately & I try to make sure I'm only giving them the information they need at the moment that they need them. Surprisingly, I've fared rather well in dealing with this stage in…

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Added by Maria E on March 10, 2016 at 4:11pm — No Comments

Bad Parenting Moments| Baby & Dead Squirrel | Blabbermom on MomCaveTV

Ah, babies. They have no concept of death and love to snuggle furry things.

In this all new episode of Blabbermom, Bad Parenting Momentscreator, Bethany Theis, tells about a time her toddler got a little too friendly with a dead squirrel.

Bad Parenting Moments on Blabbermom | Baby & Dead…

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Added by Jennifer Weedon Palazzo on March 3, 2016 at 2:45pm — No Comments

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