Useful Facts About Homeschooling

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Althоugh home education iѕ bеcоmіng mоre popular, mаny myths аbоut homeschooling аrе believed tо bе true. English: .. Dansk: Naturhistorisk Privatundervisning. (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Hеre аrе ѕоmе homeschooling facts аll parents should knоw bеforе deciding whеre theіr children will attend school. Homeschooled children can receive а high quality education. Homeschoolers... [Click here to Read more]

Reasons Why Children Side With the Parent That Watches Them!

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If you have a child that refuses to come and visit you or maybe they don’t want anything to do with you then you might be involved in parental alienation because of the things that happened between you and the one that you where involved with and this could hurt both you and the child in many ways. When you are in a bad relationship it is often times normal to have feelings of bitterness and... [Click here to Read more]

How to Have a Successful Parent-Teacher Conference

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If you’ve ever sat through a parent/teacher conference gone bad, you know-that what a stressful experience it can be. It doesn’t matter on which side of the desk you sit. Both the parent and the teacher play important roles in the outcome of a conference. In my own teaching experience, I have had my share of bad and good meetings I think with a little extra attention to detail, parents... [Click here to Read more]

How do you parent a toddler”?

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Does anyone have story on how they have parented their toddler? Looking for ides Mmmm I can`t go into absolutely everything but I can tell you that the first thing to do before parenting, is knowing that you can, and that you as the parent have the power and the ability to do it. Many parents don`t even think about what parenting is, or how they want to parent their kids, and when the time comes it... [Click here to Read more]

Parental Alienation Syndrome Uncovered!

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Parental alienation syndrome (PAS) often times occurs when parents either divorce or separate, but sometimes it can happen even before that takes place. The term refers to when two parents are being negative towards each other through dialogue or their actions in front of their children. They lack empathy towards each other and often times the child will lack empathy with the alienating parent. A lot... [Click here to Read more]

The Truth About Parental Alienation

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Parental Alienation Syndrome (PAS for short) was a term coined by Richard Gardner in 1987, used to describe an obsessive pre-occupation with the criticism of a parent. However, the condition has generated significant controversy among professionals and psychologists that work with a lot of families that are divorced or have problems in North America. Most of the time parental alienation comes from... [Click here to Read more]

Responsible Parenting – The Basics of Parenthood

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Each one of you will potentially be a parent one day. As a consequence you will be facing the challenges of parenthood for sure. It is indeed true that parenting is looked upon as a great challenge for every adult that has become either a father or a mother. You should be sure about the basics of parenting. Love your child first. At the same time make sure that you don’t spoil the child by... [Click here to Read more]

Useful Tips on Controlling Aggression in a Preschool Child

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It can be a shocking experience when a parent first sees their well-behaved child begin to exert violence. Whether it occurs while playing with a playmate, competing with a sibling, or simply trying to get their own way, the child’s aggression can catch the parent by surprise. The parent may become worried about what is happening to their “perfect little angel.” This change in a child’s... [Click here to Read more]

Parents Expect Kids to Be Quiet With Parental Alienation

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Most parents usually ask their children simple questions such as how was their visit with the other parent and did they have fun whenever they get back home. These questions are very normal and often times harmless. However, a parent should make sure that when they are asking their child these questions that they don’t start becoming paranoid. It could look bad on both ends if the parent starts... [Click here to Read more]

Responsible Parenting – The Disadvantages of Spanking

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Spanking is an action that should be avoided by the responsible parent by all means. It is wrongly construed to be advantageous. Actually it is highly disadvantageous to spank a child. It is important to know that spanking may lead to injury at times. Of course the very intention of causing an injury is virtually absent in the parent but it is an action that should be avoided totally by the parents.... [Click here to Read more]

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