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Archives for August 2018

How to Maintain Your Own Identity as a Parent

by Editorial Team August 31st, 2018| Infants/Toddlers
Having children is a wonderful experience. It can provide you with a clear purpose and a strong incentive for making the most of every day. However, raising a young family can also result in you losing your sense of self. If you are concerned that this has happened to you,

Keeping Your Children Safe Goes Deeper Than You Think

by Editorial Team August 29th, 2018| Elementary
One of the most common complaints you will hear from parents today is that the world just doesn’t seem to be as safe as it was when they were children. Every day you hear more and more about child predators, bullying in the schools, and children being left altogether too

The Cycling Tips Every Parent Should Know to Keep Kids Safe

by Editorial Team August 28th, 2018| Elementary
Road safety is a key lesson for all children and it is understandably one of the biggest concerns many parents have. As cycling continues to grow in popularity it is vital that all children know how to keep safe whilst cycling and enjoy the health and social benefits of keeping
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Discipline & Little Ones: Natural Consequences

by Michele August 27th, 2018| Behavior, Infants/Toddlers
As a parent, I believe that discipline needs to start at an early age. Although naughty behavior may seem cute at the age of one, it's easier to manage at its onset than to try and correct it when it's less cute at the age of six or sixteen. Of

7 Tips for Teaching Your Children Responsibility

by Editorial Team August 23rd, 2018| Elementary
Just like walking and talking, responsibility is a trait that kids learn gradually over time. As a parent, your job is to ensure your kids view responsibility as something joyful rather than a burden. Here are some of the ways to teach your child responsibility:

Start Young

Starting young is the key

5 Interesting Ways to Use Wood in Your Home

by Editorial Team August 22nd, 2018| Helpful Hints
Wood is one of the best materials to use in the home for a number of reasons. It’s highly sustainable, can be adapted to suit many rooms and purposes and is durable and long-lasting. In the USA the majority of homes themselves are made of wood, though this can pose

How to Help Your Teenager Cope with Stress

by Editorial Team August 22nd, 2018| Teens
Adults don’t have the monopoly on stress. For many teenagers, life can be full of stressful situations. After all, there are exams to think about; they might be trying to hold down a part-time job. Peer pressure, learning to cope with romantic relationships for the first time, bullying, problems with
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Back to School Shopping for the College Freshman

by Sam P. August 20th, 2018| Seasonal, Teens
Going into your freshman year of college can be stressful; trust me I know, I'm going through it, too.  The first thing on your mind at all times is cost efficiency and "Will I be able to afford that after I pay my fees?" After fees and tuition are paid

How a Pharmacist Can Teach Kids about Medication Safety

by Editorial Team August 20th, 2018| Elementary
Taking medicines can be an extremely complicated business, especially when it comes to administering them to children or young people with little experience in medication. There's no wonder there are so many accidents relating to taking medicines incorrectly, with ROSPA, confirming that every year 28000 children are admitted to

Coping with Teenage Acts of Rebellion

by Editorial Team August 14th, 2018| Teens
Wondering what your kids will be like when they become teenagers is something that is on the minds of most parents even when their children are infants. Of course, in many ways you hope they never do grow up, but remain as the sweet, innocent youngsters you adore so much.
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The Terrible Tween Years?

by Michele August 13th, 2018| Communication, Tweens
Your tween wants to be a teenager so very badly. It seems that the world of a teen is much more exciting- able to go to more places on their own, later bedtimes, driver's licenses, dating. Yes, it is an exciting world. But for now your tween is stuck in
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Dealing with Children’s Emotions

by Joe Lawrence August 6th, 2018| Communication, Elementary
Ever since becoming a parent, I have learned so much. Some of it was from diligent study; however, most of it was on the fly. Dealing with emotional breakdowns is one those things I learned by winging it.

Growing up, my family was not overly emotional. We cried when something hurt
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