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Tips for parents who adopt children - Daily News & Analysis


Tips for parents who adopt children
Daily News & Analysis
Adopted parents have a lot going on their minds before they go ahead and take the life-altering step. “Apart from paperwork, there is also the question on whether they are eligible to adopt. Once they are, concerned authorities also check on the health ...

5 Mistakes Adoptive Parents Make While Being Role Models - BoldSky


BoldSky

5 Mistakes Adoptive Parents Make While Being Role Models
BoldSky
Gone are the days when adopted children were looked upon with raised eyebrows. Adoption is now a universally accepted fact. Parents from many countries are actively adopting because they have started understanding the value of giving a child a second ...

After a breakup, your child's safety comes first - Toronto Star


After a breakup, your child's safety comes first
Toronto Star
However, I've just had a baby, so it'd be six children (including the boy who's a handful). I said it's too much for me this year. Now he's refusing to have his daughters visit, saying I'm mean spirited. His children live with their mother. She says ...

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Parental roles matter in fostering relationships between children, stepgrandparents - Science Daily


Parental roles matter in fostering relationships between children, stepgrandparents
Science Daily
... bonding between the stepgrandparent and child, kinship in the family was stronger. In cases where the parent felt torn between biological parents and stepparents, those feelings could transfer to their children impacting relationships with ...

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5 things every parent needs to know about ADHD - Today.com


Today.com

5 things every parent needs to know about ADHD
Today.com
... best way to treat young children with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, also known as ADHD. The new studies provide strong evidence that not only is behavior therapy effective and it works without the side effects of medication —it's the ...
For ADHD, Start With Behavior Therapy, Not Drugs, Says the CDCHealth.com
Many young kids with ADHD miss out on a vital treatment13WMAZ.com

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11 Tips to Raise Financially Savvy Kids - NerdWallet (blog)


11 Tips to Raise Financially Savvy Kids
NerdWallet (blog)
Of course, the money you give them can be in exchange for taking care of household chores such as making their beds, folding towels or contributing to other family duties. Taking on these responsibilities and earning money for doing so is a great first ...

More than half of teens 'addicted' to phones, poll says - The Boston Globe


The Boston Globe

More than half of teens 'addicted' to phones, poll says
The Boston Globe
The first step to recovery is admitting you have a problem. And that's exactly what US teens are doing in a new poll on smartphone use, with more than half of those surveyed saying they feel “addicted” to their mobile devices. The poll, conducted by ...
50% of Teens Are Addicted to Their Mobile Devices, Says Least-Surprising Study EverBabble (blog)

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Parents, shelve that constant stream of praise - Florida Today


Florida Today

Parents, shelve that constant stream of praise
Florida Today
We need to fight against our first instinct to step in and rescue them. This gives them a chance to figure out for themselves what they can and can't handle. These earlier-in-life “failures” tend to have far fewer costs than those they will face as ...

What Not to Say to Adoptive Parents - U.S. News & World Report


U.S. News & World Report

What Not to Say to Adoptive Parents
U.S. News & World Report
From fielding questions about cost to enduring critiques about childrearing, many adoptive parents – particularly those like Tarosky and Jeffrey, whose appearance gives away how they built their family – find themselves fair game for strangers' inquiries.

Tips to resolve a disagreement on how to raise the children - The Boston Globe


The Boston Globe

Tips to resolve a disagreement on how to raise the children
The Boston Globe
Check out for a while and have him step up. This will have three benefits: You'll get time off. He'll feel in control. Consequently, he'll see firsthand that parenting isn't a walk in the park. Maybe his commentary will be more empathetic after a few ...

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