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Why teaching tolerance to our kids begins with examining ourselves. Raising Tolerant Children It takes all types of people to make this world go round. And simply because no two people are alike, and we all [...]
A look at the influence we have over who our kids hang out with. Banning Friends Is your teen hanging out with someone who you think is a bad influence? Would you love to ban that [...]
Helping your child sail through those challenging tween years. Middle School Years Sudden growth spurts, mood swings, and all the other changes that take place during puberty can be tough on our kids. And tweens may [...]
The top two milestones in a child’s first year. First Year Development There are so many milestones in a child’s first year from rolling over, to sitting up, to standing, first words and maybe even first [...]
A look at punishments for children that are acceptable and those that aren’t. Limits and Punishment At one time we equated discipline with punishment such as spanking. But today the vast majority of psychologists believe such [...]
The importance of hanging out and having a little fun with our teens Fun with Teens When children are young, spending time with them is a given, but as kids become more and more independent, the [...]
A look at what kids get from helping out with family chores Family Chores Making beds, clearing tables and taking out the trash are all common jobs we ask our kids to do. And while our [...]
Why teaching our kids to be active in their community is a good thing. Communtiy Activism I’m Joanne Wilson with The Parent Report. So many of the things we enjoy, from civil rights to even many [...]
When should we start instilling values in our children? Values and Irony One of the most important things we can instill in our child is a sense of our values. And while this is something we [...]
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