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Tips for Parenting a Child with Attachment Disorder

January 6, 2018

In the recent past my partner and I had many discussions about how we can use our lives to offer something to the world. One discussion was based around me donating my eggs to someone who is unable to fall pregnant, and the other was becoming the caregiver of an adopted child. There were positives […]

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How to Talk to Teens about Drinking

January 6, 2018

If your teen is experimenting with alcohol, or is at an age where they might be considering it, chances are they’re not going to stroll over to you and start casually chatting about it. A more likely scenario is that you are going to have to approach them, preferably when they’re relaxed, in a good […]

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Choosing a Psychologist or Social Worker for your Special needs Child

January 6, 2018

Choosing a psychologist for a special needs child comes as one of the last resorts, when areas have been exhausted and you have to face the fact that the need the child has is beyond the scope of your understanding. It’s not a failure on the part of a parent. It would be unreasonable to […]

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Food Allergies in Children

January 6, 2018

Many toddlers possess sensitivities to certain foods. It may be an allergy or it may just be that they can’t tolerate a food. Certain foods are more likely to elicit responses, including milk, egg, peanuts and fish, according to WebMD. It is important to be aware of the symptoms of a food sensitivity so that […]

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Best Baby Accessory Gifts for Moms

January 6, 2018

Whether it’s shopping for a baby shower or simply looking for the right gift for a mom with a baby, there are far more options available than the simple baby outfit. While many people tend to purchase onesies and booties for the adorability factor, there are some great baby accessory gifts that moms will absolutely […]

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Tips for Dealing with a down Syndrome Child

January 6, 2018

Most expecting women, at some point will be asked by their ob/gyn to take a screening test called a Triple Screening Test. One of the reasons for this test is to detect Down syndrome in an unborn child. Many doctors fail to tell the expectant parent(s) that because it’s only a “screening” test, it’s only […]

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How does Socialization Develop

January 6, 2018

Socialization is important for every individual. It is something that takes place from the day a person is born and continues throughout life. It helps society function in a civilized fashion while helping the individual make strong connections with others. In most people, socialization happens as a natural progress. For some people such as those […]

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How Parents can keep their Children from Committing Crimes

January 6, 2018

The reality of raising children is that any time a son or daughter is out of one’s direct supervision, they are capable of engaging in improper or even criminal conduct. The best a parent can do is to create a home situation in which values are instilled in children, expectations are clear, and attention is […]

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Guide to Support Groups for Deaf Children

January 6, 2018

When parent’s first discover that one of their children may be deaf, they can suffer from many different feelings. Depending if the parent has any hearing difficulties themselves, they may never have come across someone affected by deafness. They will need to learn and guide their child with new communication methods and adjust possible school […]

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Teen Issues

January 6, 2018

After I lost my father I didn’t care anything about school, I stopped listening to my teachers and wasn’t doing homework or just paying attention in school. After I realized that all my father wanted was for one of his children to graduate from high school and or college, I had to be the one […]

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