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What to do when a toddler refuses to sleep

November 5, 2017

Toddlers can be fickle at times, as they like to be changeable to test their limits and boundaries. As they approach the toddler stage, they start to learn that they have their own independence, and with this their own mind. This makes this stage of their development interesting, and at times trying. Toddlers like to […]

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Giving the warm goodbye at the right time

November 4, 2017

Once a parent, always a parent is a very true statement.  The role of the parent changes as the child grows and begins to think and make decisions on his own. (Even small decisions like “I’d rather throw my peas on the floor than eat them.”) Are a part of the process of letting the […]

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How to get Pregnant Faster

November 4, 2017

Every adult who has taken a heath class in school knows biologically how babies are conceived. But once you are actively trying to have a baby it can seem like a math problem that you can’t quite figure out. Unfortunately, getting pregnant is not quite so simple and basic. It can be very frustrating to […]

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Encouraging children to eat vegetables

November 4, 2017

It can sometimes be a struggle to get children to eat vegetables, which can cause stress to parents and caregivers. Vegetables are an essential part of a healthy diet, as they provide nutrients for healthy growth and development. Children can be fussy, and refuse foods without even trying them. It can almost seem impossible at […]

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The difference between the ‘morning-after pill’ and the ‘abortion pill’

November 4, 2017

Many people are aware that a woman can take a pill after she has sex with a man to decrease her chances of pregnancy or to end a pregnancy. This is used in crisis situations where preventive birth control is suspected to have failed. Many people do not, however, understand the difference between two types […]

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How to support your teen with depression

November 4, 2017

Unfortunately, teens are prone to depression, and may actually be at higher risk than others. This is due to high demands that teens are expected to meet. In addition, this is a challenging time with many changes that can be difficult to accept. Not forgetting that teens can feel isolated and misunderstood. The teen years […]

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How to help your teen focus on the future

November 4, 2017

It is time to reverse the general view of the word habit. In this article the focus is going to be creating habits that will benefit those who are developing them. If you are trying to change “bad” habits then you are focusing on behaviors you don’t want. The more effective way to create positive […]

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Ways to have Fun with your Kids for Free

November 4, 2017

Considering that family activities are often very expensive, parents and grandparents may wonder how to keep kids entertained, especially during holiday and summer breaks. There are many ways to have fun with kids for free. You just have to be the savvy parent to find or create these fun, free activities. Picnic in the park […]

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Strategies to help your child adjust to a child care setting

November 4, 2017

You are trying to get your child dressed in the morning and he is screaming that he doesn’t want to go to school. He refuses to put on his shoes, doesn’t brush his teeth and succeeds in making the two of you late for the third time this week. You finally get him strapped into […]

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How to Fight Back against a Cyberbully

November 4, 2017

You’ve just discovered that your teen is being cyberbullied. What should you do? You can’t ignore it. Cyberbullies tend to not go away by themselves. You need to tell your teen what to do next. You also need to help protect your teen from future online attacks. Tell bully to stop contacting teen You or […]

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