Tag Archives: good parenting

Teaching Your Child Patience

One of the best and hardest things about raising children is trying to sculpt their minds and hearts into ones that will make their worlds better. Patience is one of the virtues we certainly want to instill in our young ones, but how can we do that? 1. Show them...
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An Intro to Asperger Syndrome

Many years ago, the term autism was introduced to the general public, and many stereotypes were formed about people with this label. People were unsure about what caused autism, and how to interact with those who had been diagnosed. As knowledge about autism grew, sub-categories were developed to help identify...
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Helping Your Older Child Adapt to a New Baby

Adding a new baby to the family can be an exciting time! With all the preparation, from washing tiny baby clothes to readying the nursery, there is one very important part of preparation that is often overlooked: preparing your older child or children for a new baby in the family....
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How To Enrich & Encourage Learning This Summer

Summer break is finally here! Children cannot wait for the break from school, homework, and getting up and on the school bus every Monday through Friday. Your child has learned so much this school year and has really gained momentum! Unfortunately, according to John Hopkins University, summer learning loss can be...
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How To Stay Safe on the Fourth of July

A highlight of summer in the United States is the celebration of the Fourth of July! Families get to spend the day together soaking in the sun and warmth, and enjoy the colorful fireworks at the end of the night. Unfortunately, amongst all the memories being made, there are many...
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Summer Staycation Ideas For The Whole Family

Summer is nearly here! Our newsfeeds are about to be filled with pictures of distant locations full of wonders to explore, as friends and family members take the much-discussed summer vacation. Sometimes, however, vacations are less fun and more stress. Can you really afford to take that vacation, and if you...
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Honor your Father and Mother

The Ten Commandments, a set of laws given to Moses on Mount Sinai to instruct the people of God on how to live their lives, have been taught for thousands of years. These commandments are like a 101 course on living a life pleasing to God. One of the commandments parents may enjoy...
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More of an Affect Than You Know

Are you a parent struggling with an drug addiction? You are well aware of the affects of drug and alcohol abuse and addiction in your own life. From its affects in your work life to your social life, there is very little left untouched. But have you considered the affects it...
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Reactive Attachment Disorder

The bond between a child and their primary caregiver is one of a kind. Parents dream of the connection they will have with their child that will never be able to be broken. But for some young children who have not had this deep bond with a loved one due...
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Finding the Real Meaning of Easter

Easter is quickly approaching. Children are looking forward to hunting for eggs and seeing what the Easter Bunny has brought them in their baskets. The pastel colored clothing and sugary candy have greatly overshadowed the real meaning behind why we celebrate Easter. Attending church as a family on Easter Sunday...
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