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Tips to keep Children from getting Lost in Crowded Public Places

March 27, 2018

Losing a child at a public venue is the fear and dread of all parents. What’s more losing sight of a child briefly is something all parents have done.  One cannot completely safeguard a child under all circumstances, but there are nevertheless things we can do to prevent a child from getting lost. Losing a […]

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Knowing when its okay to Leave your Child Home alone

March 26, 2018

All parents must ask themselves whether they can feel okay about leaving their child home alone. They may be wondering whether they can leave their child at home alone for a few hours or for an extended period of time. Although age may have something to do with it, there are many more factors to […]

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How to Find me Time as a Parent

March 26, 2018

For some parents, the idea of “me time” can seem like an ancient myth.  Something that you can dream of, but not something that’s actually tangible.  Though it can feel like time just for you is impossible when you’re shuttling kids around and keeping up the house, all it takes is a little extra planning […]

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Would you allow your Child to Marry someone of another Race – Yes

March 26, 2018

People living in the United States make up a rich mixture of cultural, ethnic, and racial groups. Over the years, a thankfully drastic reduction in segregation has taken place. Save for those who remain stubbornly ignorant, most have finally realized that people are people, regardless of skin color, and that anyone can fall in love […]

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Kids Acting up in Restaurants how to Make Eating out less Stressful

March 26, 2018

Dining out with young children can be a hassle worthy of staying home until the kids have moved out and are adult enough to go out to eat on their own. One bad experience and you can be banned from a restaurant for life. It’s embarrassing when a toddler spills his drink for the tenth […]

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How to help your Teen Battle Peer Pressure

March 26, 2018

Peer pressure is extremely common in teenagers due to the large amount of time they spend together in a closed environment. It occurs when a group or individual forces another individual to do something out of character for them such as smoking, drinking alcohol or taking drugs. Most parents dread their teenagers falling victim to […]

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What can Children do during Summer Break

March 26, 2018

Summer break is a great time to encourage children to play with friends, explore new interests, and develop expertise in their hobbies.  It is also an ideal number of weeks to create memories, go on vacations and trips, and spend quality family time.  Keeping in mind that school occupies the majority of a child’s year […]

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Values Family Social Pressure Media – Yes

March 25, 2018

Even the meaning of what Family Values IS has changed from past decades.  In the most general sense, all things are cyclical. Some cycles spiral up or down or laterally and there are always some amount of fear of where things are going. Family Values is a vague term that has been exploited and promoted by […]

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Teaching Children to be self Sufficient

March 25, 2018

How to be self-sufficient is probably one of the most important lessons you will ever teach your children.  After all, you do not want your children to be unable to care for themselves when they are in their 30’s and 40’s, making you their caretaker for good.  Unfortunately, many people will overly coddle their children, […]

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Top 7 Ways to Raise Healthier Kids

March 25, 2018

Raising healthier kids nowadays isn’t as easy as the good old days. Video games, junk food and sedentary lives keep children from being as healthy as they should be. However, using the following seven tips, parents can raise their children to be active and healthy. Eat healthy One of the biggest ways to be healthy is […]

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