Apr 17th, 2010
Using a Porn blocker, Porn filter or Web filter software is usually the best way to protect your children from the attraction of porn videos, clips, sex videos, and other such material. However, not all parents can afford such software because of their cost.
Apr 16th, 2010
Parents should think of practical ways to help their child as soon as his/her special ability or lack of ‘normal’ abilities is diagnosed. Seeking a miraculous "cure" only weakens such parents in ‘both bank balance and spirit’. Instead of craving to transform a special child into a ‘normal child’, parents need to build on the special child’s innate talents.
Apr 15th, 2010
Learn how to take full, 100% responsibility for your own feelings, and you will be helping your children do the same. You will also give them a chance at growing up in an intact and loving family.
Apr 14th, 2010
Parenting an ADHD child often brings special challenges. Kids with ADHD may not respond well to typical parenting practices. Having ADHD can be as frustrating as dealing with someone who has it.
Apr 13th, 2010
Spanking instills fear rather than understanding. Even if a child were to stop his screaming tantrum when spanked, that doesn't mean he understands why he shouldn't be acting out in the first place. What's more, spanking models aggressive behavior as a solution to problems.
Apr 12th, 2010
One of the few common things that appear to cause so much anxiety to teens are the changes their bodies undergo. But anger is definitely not a suitable way of handling the confusion many parents feel as their children knock on the door of adulthood.
Apr 11th, 2010
The seed for underachieving or overachieving is often planted in childhood, when many children fall into these categories in terms of academic performance, sports and many other activities. Though they seem to be opposite syndromes, overachieving and underachieving are really related conditions that stem from low self esteem.
Apr 10th, 2010
Does your child take forever to get up, eat breakfast and do his homework and chores? You nag, threaten and repeat yourself, but he still doesn’t seem to pay attention to anything you say. Here, James Lehman explains the passive-aggressive ways kids control you—and how they use it to avoid responsibility.
Apr 10th, 2010
All kids, even those with disabilities, need to know about everything from anatomy to puberty to masturbation to healthy relationships. So what is it appropriate to tell them and when? Read the article, Human Sexuality — What Children Need to Know and When.