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How to help your firstborn adjust to life with a sibling. Toddlers and Newborns Bringing home a new baby is an exciting time. It can also be an upsetting time for a big brother or sister, [...]
How being the one and only affects a child’s personality. The Only Child Today, families with one child are not uncommon. And if you’re the parent of an only child, you may have wondered how life [...]
Teenage girls often worry about how others view them, and as a result, they resist expressing their honest feelings for fear of not being accepted. They may continue to talk a lot, but often they express [...]
Why grandparents are so important in the lives of today’s families. The Role of Grandparents Whether grandparents live in the same home, the same town or miles and miles away, they hold a special place in [...]
Some ideas on how to jump-start kids to do their homework. Initiating Homework When it comes to all the things that kids have to learn at school, well, there just doesn’t seem to be enough hours [...]
Telling your children to “never talk to strangers” is only one step in keeping our children safe from sexual predators and child abductors. As children, how many times were we told to “never talk to strangers”? [...]
How to find a tutor who fits your child’s needs. Finding a Tutor If your child is struggling with a subject at school, finding a tutor can make the difference between passing and failing, or between [...]
Helping your disorganized middle-schooler get organized Disorganized Tweens There are a lot of changes that go on in the life of the preteen and early adolescent. Middle school for one. Hormones for another. It can result [...]
Why some children act out and misbehave in school. Acting Out in School Have you been told that your child is a troublemaker in the classroom? It’s tempting to immediately punish such behavior, but it might [...]
Challenging the idea that all teens are horrible. Teen Development Many of us have heard people talk about teens negatively and we may have thought it ourselves. But most teens are hardworking; going to school plus [...]
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