6 Strategies For Setting Boundaries With A Strong-Willed Child
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6 Strategies For Setting Boundaries With A Strong-Willed Child

As a mom of 3, I have dealt with strong willed personalities before and it’s not an easy task. Here are the 6 things I did that helped me set boundaries at home. Strong-willed children are frequently misconstrued as stubborn or rebellious because adults say one thing and the children do the exact opposite, or…

How To Get Kids To Stop Tattling (But Explain That Telling Is Ok)
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How To Get Kids To Stop Tattling (But Explain That Telling Is Ok)

You want your children to be able to manage circumstances on their own, solve problems and come up with their own answers. It’s all part of collaborating without always involving a “manager” or a third party (like parents, teachers or another grown-up). It’s easy to become frustrated when your children come to you for everything….

Simple Phrases We Use To Handle Misbehavior When Kids Are Small
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Simple Phrases We Use To Handle Misbehavior When Kids Are Small

To manage practically any behavior problem in the early years, try these 8 basic parenting statements. They are simple to use and effective. It might be difficult to find the proper words when you’re upset, humiliated, or astounded by your child’s behavior. The words you use to reprimand your children, on the other hand, have…

Strategies for Assisting Beginner Readers in Forming Good Reading Habits
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Strategies for Assisting Beginner Readers in Forming Good Reading Habits

Observing children as they put letters and words together while reading from a book. But, as much as kids like reading now, how can we ensure that they will continue to do so in the future? After all, statistics show that children’s enthusiasm in reading on their own begins to wane as early as fourth…

What Is Yes Parenting and The Surprising Reasons It Doesn’t Work
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What Is Yes Parenting and The Surprising Reasons It Doesn’t Work

Parents in helicopters hover and parents in lawnmowers eliminate impediments. But it’s time to make room for the “yes parents,” who approach parenting in a completely different way. The yes parenting movement advocates for parents who do not believe in telling their children any. Instead, some parents go to tremendous pains to listen to their…

Habits To Nurture The Parent-Child Bond
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Habits To Nurture The Parent-Child Bond

The bond between a parent and a child, like any other relationship, can be strengthened by incorporating certain simple behaviors into your daily routines. The relationship that a child forms with his or her parent or caregiver is the most crucial. A positive parent-child interaction helps children learn about the world around them. Children look…

What Is The Difference Between Gentle Parenting and Attachment Parenting
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What Is The Difference Between Gentle Parenting and Attachment Parenting

Whether you’re a first-time mom or not, you’ve probably heard of Attachment Parenting or Gentle Parenting. Someone may have mentioned one in a baby group you were in, someone may have mentioned it on a blog, or someone may have made a snide remark about such parents. In any case, you want to know what…