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How to find time to spend with your children

December 16, 2017

Spending time with your children is paramount to help develop their self-worth and confidence, and to give them a sense of security. Children need to feel loved, and like they belong. Parents can often feel like they have little time, with many responsibilities to keep on top of. With life being hectic for most and […]

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How to stop nail biting in children

December 16, 2017

A child with a nail biting habit can pose a big challenge to parents.  Nail biting is a nervous habit, so reacting with anger or harsh discipline may only serve to make the habit even worse than it already is in the first place.  Another challenge with a child who is a nail biter is […]

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Having a Baby what to Put on your Hospital Checklist

December 16, 2017

When it is time to head to the hospital to have a baby the last thing on a pregnant woman’s mind is what to take to the hospital. It is important to have a bag packed and ready to go prior to heading to the hospital so that mom only needs to concentrate on the […]

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When a parent’s rage is wrong

December 16, 2017

Anger is one of the most basic emotions felt by a person, and by its nature, it is the most difficult to control, as well as the most destructive. However, it often seems to be that nobody else can  irritate quite like your children, or your parents. Parents’ anger toward their children is a normal […]

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Preparing Child for High School Senior School what to say and do

December 16, 2017

When your child is about to start high school it is a tense time all round. You, as a parent or guardian feel unsure what to expect, even if it is not your first child going through this as the schools change in as little as one year. Your child will be unsure, they are […]

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Snow Activities for Kids

December 16, 2017

If you live in an area where snow is a usual occurrence, your kids will surely bug you about how much they want to play in the snow. As an adult, you may not be very fond of the idea, but, if you plan some snow activities for kids beforehand, you will find that playing […]

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Fatherhood Parenting Absent Father Daddy

December 16, 2017

I speak to women regularly who are in a state of turmoil because their husbands have left them. Maybe he left her for another woman, maybe it was for drugs, or maybe it was because he was not ready for the level of responsibility necessary to have the title of Daddy bestowed upon him. He […]

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The many Benefits of Support and Encouragement

December 16, 2017

While growing up, it became more obvious each day how fortunate a person is to come from a loving family and home. These days, there are many terrible stories about abuse, divorce and misguided children from broken families – a constant, dreadful collection of tales which makes a person from a home built with love […]

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Restoring the value for stay-at-home Mothers

December 16, 2017

A college professor was overheard lamenting that a wife who did not provide a monetary contribution to the family was no better than a legalized prostitute. She believed that both spouses had a duty to work and provide financial contributions to the home.  The shock of that audacious statement still reverberates. Gone are the days […]

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Tips to get your Toddler to Eat Healthy

December 16, 2017

Parents want to teach children how to be the best that they can be for their future. This can vary from things that make them happy in life, how to live a full life, and most importantly how to live a healthy life. Eating healthy at an early age is one of the most important […]

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