Category Archives: Parenting

What Is Equal Shared Parenting?

To begin discussing it is important to be cleared about what is shared parenting? Equal shared parenting is аn аrrаngеmеnt аftеr ѕераrаtіоn оr dіvоrсе whеrеіn bоth раrеntѕ ѕhоuld соntіnuе tо hаvе equally ѕtrоng роѕіtіvе рrеѕеnсе іn thеіr сhіldrеn’ѕ lіvеѕ. Shared parenting саllѕ fоr thе child оr сhіldrеn ѕреndіng equal оr ѕіgnіfісаnt аmоuntѕ оf tіmе wіth еасh раrеnt. Shared parenting аrrаngеmеntѕ mау dіffеr tо ѕuіt vаrіоuѕ ѕіtuаtіоnѕ. Tіmе bеtwееn еасh раrеnt mау bе ѕрlіt fіftу-fіftу оr thе child mау […]

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How to Get Kids to Listen to You Without Being Too Harsh

If you’re a parent, you are sure to wonder how to get kids to listen and make them obey. Although a tough task, it is definitely not impossible to achieve this. Let us discuss in detail, how to get your kids to listen to you. Are they listening? The first and most important thing when considering how to get kids to listen is asking yourself: are my kids actually listening to me? If your kids aren’t listening […]

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What Indulgent Parenting Has Got In-Store for You

Parenting has been a conundrum throughout the decades. People seem to have different opinions on how parenting should be done. These opinions have been changing with passing time. The modus operandi of parenting keeps on changing from time to time, and there is still some amount of ambiguity to it. In this day and age, indulgent parenting has been very much in demand because of a number of possible reasons. Parents these days want their kids to find them approachable and […]

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How to Cope with Grown Child with Mental Illness

Learning that your child has a mental illness is devastating. No parent would want to see their child grow up in a world of judgment, a world where people judge someone negatively just because they are suffering from a mental illness. No one wants to see their child suffer and at the same time, you want to know everything that you can on how to cope with grown child with mental illness. Where do we start with this […]

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Parallel Parenting and How to Make It Work

Raising your children in a positive and healthy manner while still remaining disengaged from your partner is indeed possible. Although you may not get along with your partner and cannot stand each other and communicate properly, parallel parenting could be the best option that you may have on your table. When considering how feasible the method of parallel parenting is to use, divorced or separated parents should always keep in mind that, although conflict has arisen between them, they should keep […]

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Father Daughter Relationship After Divorce and How to Deal with It

The relationship between a father and daughter is a very intimate one. The way a father treats his daughter has a life-long impact on her. Every daughter sees her father as an ideal man. And throughout her life, even after marriage, she tries to find her father’s qualities in her husband; someone who treats her like a princess, makes her feel special and protects her. In short, the bond between the two is very strong. And this […]

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Anger Management for Kids – Useful Techniques

Anger is a normal emotion; however it can quickly turn into aggression, disrespect, defiance, and temper tantrum if your child is unable to deal with his emotions. If left unchecked, this aggression in children including teasing and fighting could result in academic problems, poor mental health, and peer rejection in adulthood. The following anger management techniques for kids can greatly help parents when it comes to anger management for kids: Be calm during a blow-up It is […]

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Helicopter Parenting – How to Refrain from It

Having a child teaches you the true meaning of unconditional love. It’s the purest kind of love there is. Almost all parents want what’s best for their children, they want to protect them from everything bad and they love them probably even more than themselves. However, sometimes they may become over-protective and intrusive, halting their child’s personal growth. If that sounds familiar you may be a helicopter parent. Helicopter parents are people who are too focused on […]

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Children Sleeping with Parents: Is It a Good Idea?

Parents are always protective of their children. They make a point to look after and pamper their kids in every aspect. Parents want their kids to be secure and satisfied every which way. It’s their foremost agenda to take care of the overall well-being of their children. Children also respond to their parents’ love and care in like manner. They grow a habit of being surrounded by both their parents. Furthermore, they build a sense of security […]

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Different Parenting Styles: Authoritarian vs Authoritative

Wouldn’t it be wonderful if all newborns came with an instruction manual?  As first-time parents, we have so many questions and just as many worries about how to best take care of our babies.  These worries do not end as babies progress to toddlers. We research different parenting styles and ask our friends who have been there before us what their recommendations are.  If you’ve Googled “Parenting Styles”, you know there is an information overload on this […]

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Why Beating Children Is Damaging and Disempowering

Beating children is an emotive topic.  Some parents wholeheartedly believe that beating children as a form of discipline is perfectly ok while others recoil in horror at the thought.  It’s a tricky subject, mainly because humans in general, just like many other creatures learn from those who walk before them – and so if you were disciplined by beatings as a child and don’t realize the potential damage it either has or can cause then it’s perfectly […]

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What to Do If Your Teenage Daughter Hates You

When kids grow up and start to see the world with a new set of eyes, some of the issues and frustrations with which they are confronted in the environment around them will sometimes be reflected onto you, more or less. As children slowly start to grow into their teenage years they feel that it is difficult to see anyone’s perspective beyond their own. A teenage daughter is in the most rebellious part of her life Hormonal […]

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