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Can the divorce of parents affect how children do in school? Divorce and Education There is nothing that can affect a child’s performance in school more than their home life. Which is why divorce can impact [...]
How eating the right stuff can help kids learn better. Food and Education Some times the simplest things can help our children succeed in school. For example a good eight or ten hours of solid sleep [...]
Getting a handle on children’s extracurricular activities. After School Activities When it comes to the school years, extracurricular activities play a big role in children’s education. It’s a chance for them to explore learning about areas [...]
Why today’s high school students feel so stressed out. Stress for Today’s Students Some studies have shown that today’s high school students feel a great deal of anxiety and stress, with nearly 30% saying that they’re [...]
Why it’s important to still lay down a few ground rules for teens. Teens and Rules When it comes to disciplining teens, it can seem like you’re taking to a brick wall. Teens are often defiant [...]
When ignoring bad behavior is the best thing a parent can do. Ignoring Misbehavior Let’s face it, some things kids do can drive a parent bonkers, and it’s tempting to punish certain behaviors. But there are [...]
A few tips for driving safely with your family this winter. Safe Winter Driving Driving in winter can pose its hazards. Which is why you’ll want to make sure that your battery and tires are in [...]
Finding the silver lining in your child’s defiant behavior. The Good Side of Bad Behavior Is your child a bit willful, ready to stomp his feet and be demanding when he doesn’t get what he wants? [...]
How a little humor goes a long way when it comes to guiding our kids. Humor and Discipline Marry Poppins said it best, “a spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go down”. When it comes to [...]
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