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How moms can help their teenage addicts
Despite our efforts as parents to give our kids the best upbringing, things still go wrong and we wonder where we have failed. It is sometimes even tougher on moms, especially where they are blamed for the poor turn-out of their kids. Here's a little help for moms.
Victims of addiction need love this season.
What better time to put a smile on a child's face than now.
Allowing Kids Pursue Their Dreams
Helping our children pursue their dreams and supporting their career choice may be the best gift we give to our children yet.
Helping Children Cope With Personality Issue.
Personality conflicts or identity crisis is known to be a common reason children get involved in harmful behaviors. Find out ways we can help our kids deal with theirs.
Effective Boundaries For kids
Setting boundaries for our children does not mean we love them less or that we are being mean and difficult. On the contrary, it shows we are responsible parents and care greatly for our kids. Find out simple and effective restrictions you can set at home.
Self Esteem For Toddlers
Helping our kids find their self esteem early in life is the greatest gift we can give to them as parents.
When Siblings Disagree
Siblings are bound to fight, argue, or disagree,from time to time, there is nothing strange in that, but when these disagreements become intense, you naturally get concerned as parents, and you want to do something to curtail it. Find out ways you could do that.
Teaching Your Kids To Be Accountable.
Accountability, Responsibility and Respect are three words that are not so far in meaning from each other.These words are as precise as the actions that accompany them. If we teach our children to take responsibility for their every action, they will be more careful how they live their lives.
Hooked On Social Networking
Our kids are spending too much time on social networking sites. This is affecting them adversely and as parents we need to find ways to protect them from spending so much time online.
Expecting Too Much From Your Kids
Pushing our kids so hard that they have no more room to retreat is both unfair and unwise, even if you have the best intention.
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