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Birth Order Personalities – Oldest Child
Firstborns are often categorized as the overachiever, natural leader and parental favorite. However, within the birth order theory there are difficulties that the oldest child must face. Is it true that it’s lonely at the top?
The Bully Personality
Are kids predisposed to being a bully or is it their environment? Is there a “bully personality” that fits your child? Find out more about kids who bully and what steps parents of bullies can take.
The Birth Order Theory
Can birth order really influence a child’s personality? Can you match any of these character traits to members of your family?
Parents and Sibling Relationships
What happens when parents interfere in sibling relationships? Two families with similar issues end up with very different outcomes.
Harriet the Spy Movie Review
Good family movies are not just the newest or most popular ones currently at the box office. Plenty of movies that the entire family will enjoy are out on DVD so stay in, have fun and save money! Here’s another family movie review from my “oldie but goodie” collection.
Birth Order Personalities - The Second Child
While the second born child is still considered a middle child, could they have the most difficult place to fill in the birth order? What personality traits do they share with their other middle siblings and what are the exceptions?
Birth Order Personalities – Middle Child
If first born children are leaders and last born children are attention getters, where does the middle child fit in? They’ve long been considered the “forgotten one”, however could being in the middle actually be the best place in the family?
"Stranger Danger" is now considered outdated and much less effective in today’s changing world. What are some basic steps parents can take to keep their children safe?
Disciplining the Kids
Discipline is one of the most difficult issues parents face. How do you know if you are being effective? For the better results, use the “unique but different” rule.
Helping Kids Succeed in School
As a new school year begins, what can parents do to help their children succeed in school? Here are a few tips to keep your kids on the right track!
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