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Understanding Toddler Discipline

April 12, 2007 by  
Filed under Moral Values, Parenting

Parenting effectively is often the hardest task any person can undertake, and yet many parents are quite oblivious when it comes to how to go about instilling discipline into their children. There are a vast amount of toddler discipline approaches which abound in our modern times, and many contain very helpful and important information. It […]

The Importance of Having a Parenting Plan

March 14, 2007 by  
Filed under Moral Values, Parenting

Parenthood is a very overpowering experience. There is no school or college that offers a class on how to become a good parent however there are steps that you can do on your own in order to become good parents. How? It is not as simple as it sounds but you can prepare your own […]

Sensible After School Activities for Better Child Development

After school activities contribute greatly to your child’s development and should be chosen with care and wisdom. Aside from the regular academic curriculum, extra curricular activities have a great impact on a child’s emotional, physical, social and intellectual growth. How then do you choose which one your child should engage in,

Parents’ Role in Childhood Friendships is very Important!

February 6, 2007 by  
Filed under Moral Values, Parenting

photo by Sa’d Khorsid Childhood friendships play a very important part in a child’s development. It greatly impacts his personality, emotional and intellectual maturity and at times, even the child’s physical development including, but not limited to, posture, body language and mannerisms! Most parents may not be aware but they too play an equally important […]

Guidelines on Parenting a Toddler Successfully

January 26, 2007 by  
Filed under Moral Values, Parenting

Parenting a toddler is one of the big challenges of parents in life. It is the most rewarding, full of fun, demanding and insightful experience of a father and mother during their life. The fact is, parenting a toddler does not begin or end at a certain point in life it is a continuous process […]

Parental Guidelines on Managing and Treating Jealousy among Children

January 21, 2007 by  
Filed under Moral Values, Parenting

Managing and treating jealousy among young children is a problematic and sensitive situation for parents that require tact and diplomacy. More so, if you yourself have not undergone through sibling rivalry and jealousy incidents during your own childhood days. Jealousy among siblings stimulates powerful emotions among the children themselves and the parents involved that, if […]

Parents’ Jam: How to Correctly Teach the Children to Respect You

January 8, 2007 by  
Filed under Moral Values

How to teach the children to respect you is a familiar dilemma of most parents. Parental respect is usually the stumbling block of everyday parent-child relationships it is one of the most important values parents can teach their children. Children’s respect for parents derives from the parents’ self-respect; it is not an simply an abstract […]

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