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How to Teach your Child to use the Toilet

November 20, 2017

The great thing about potty training is you have no control over it. Your child has all the control and they do know it, even if they are ready to be potty trained. You can ground them, spank them, take things away from them. Bottom line is they have the control whether or not they […]

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If Children Behave Badly Parents are to Blame – Parents

November 20, 2017

Parental responsibility comes with accountability for our children’s behavior. If children’s behavior were to exactly model the behavior of adults, something would be wrong. A child is someone who is freshly coming out into the world. A child depends on an adult for direction in that world. Of course, there are some children who are […]

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Bath Time Tantrums

November 20, 2017

Toddlers often have tantrums and they can sometimes appear to come out of nowhere. They can be very difficult for parents to get control of as the toddler thrashes around and has their tantrum. Sometimes though it is possible to avoid tantrums from occuring and also it’s possible to maintain control over the situation so […]

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How to Stop a Toddler from Throwing Things

November 20, 2017

Toddlers like to test their limits, and throwing things is one of the limits that they love to test.  Stopping this behavior can ba a challenge for any parent, especially since there are certain things that they are allowed to throw.  However, by setting limits, and letting them know what they can throw, when they […]

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How to Stop a Toddler from Fighting

November 20, 2017

A few young moms get together, Their toddlers are going to share in a little play time, and for the moms a visit with others that share common ground. Though there seems to be something of a bully in the gathering, this otherwise sweet little darling is just full of dominance and aggression.  And you […]

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Discipline and Tantrums

November 20, 2017

Tantrums- everyone has heard of them, seen them or experienced them at some time or another. I am sure that I pitched a few as I was growing up, and I have most definately seen more than enough through my three boys.  I have seen tantrums started with my children because of homework, the television, […]

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How to Teach your Pre Schooler to Clean their Rooms

November 20, 2017

Once a child turns three, it is time to begin teaching them responsibility. It will be a few more years before they can do chores, but they can begin by cleaning their rooms. A stay at home mom can make this into a two birds with one stone scenario. When it’s time to clean up, […]

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Ways to Calm Aggression in Young Children

November 19, 2017

Many parents’ at one point or another have had to deal with their children’s tantrums and their incessant cries when they want something, or when they are making a scene. As normal as this is, there comes a time when aggression can become too much, and this can escalate to be a problem between parents […]

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Development of a Human Brain from Infancy

November 19, 2017

A child’s brain develops in stages beginning from the fetal stage until the age of twelve. Normally, at this time the brain is considered fully grown. Each of these three stages work toward the time when the brain can process information and send messages important to the child’s overall makeup, according to their personal blueprint – […]

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Anger Management Techniques for Children

November 19, 2017

Anger management is a skill that all children need to learn while they are young. While anger is often thought to be a destructive emotion that you should teach your children to avoid, there are going to be times that children do get angry. When they get angry, rather than trying to get them to […]

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