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Help Your Son Have a Successful School Year
The new school year can mean new troubles if your son is one of the many who typically displays behavior problems in school. Being aware of a few simple differences between the way girls and boys learn can mean a better school year for you and your son.

Help! My Son is Afraid of School!
With the first day of school looming, you may find this time of year stressful for a number of reasons. If your son is afraid to go to school, though, that stress may be overwhelming. Getting to the bottom of his fear can make the transition back to school easier for both of you.

Holiday Volunteer Opportunities
Wouldnít it be nice to show our sons the joy of giving to people they donít know, especially to children who donít have anything else this holiday season? If youíre looking for a way to show your son how to give to those less fortunate this holiday season, consider one of the following.

Homeschooling Your Son
With homeschooling becoming more and more mainstream, you may be wondering whether or not homeschooling your son is an option for you. This article answers some of the questions you may have.

How Much Homework Help to Give Your Son
Homework can be a difficult topic for many parents. How much should you help your son? Is his homework appropriate for his age? When should you talk to the teacher? This article will help you dissect this issue and answer these questions!

How to Deal with Talking Back
Most boys will talk back at one time or another, but employing a strategy from the beginning, and always following it consistently, will help minimize the impact this frustrating habit may have on you and your family.

How to Get the Most Out of Your Crock Pot
If you are the busy mother of sons, you may not be taking full advantage of all your crock pot has to offer. It is probably the most forgiving appliance in your kitchen once you know how to use it, so learn a few basic rules regarding it, and make your life much easier!

How to React if Your Son Cheats
Cheating in school has become much easier in the 21st century, causing more boys to succumb to its temptation. What steps should you take if you find that your son has cheated?

How to React to a Doctor's Bad News
Hearing unexpected news from the doctor can be scary, but it doesnít necessarily mean that there is something seriously wrong with your son. Staying calm will help you understand what the doctor tells you and, therefore, better advocate for your son.

How to Stop Sibling Fighting
Sibling fighting can drive a mom mad. Try this simple, but effective, technique to see if you can decrease the sibling fighting in your family.

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