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Keeping Children Safe from Adult Content
While the internet is great for so many things, it also exposes our kids to some negative influences from unhealthy adult only content sites. If left unaddressed, our kids will get addicted to these unhealthy sites, and that can ruin their lives for good.
Keeping Our Kids Busy
Keeping Our Children busy simply keeps them out of trouble
Keeping Positive Tabs on Our kids
Much as we love our children and respect their privacy, it wont hurt to know what they are up to at all times.That is our role as care takers after all. Find out here how you can keep a positive tab on your kids without invading their privacy!
Keeping Your Kids Safe from Gambling.
Gambling is becoming very rampant among kids, parents must be on the alert.
Making Communication Priority!
Communication means sharing, and sharing encourages our children open up to us.
Molding your child's behavior.
Trying to train your child at a teenage age is difficult and would usually meet with strong resistance, and conflicts. These conflicts sometimes leave a permanent scar on both the child and the parents. However, starting on time would save you plenty heartache in future.
Neglect is Tougher on Children
Neglect is tougher on children. A child who feels unloved or unwanted, would naturally feel there is something wrong with him or her, and would do all h/she can to win some attention.
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.
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.
Teaching by Example
Where our children are concerned, we honestly have to practice what we preach!
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