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The "Witching" Hours
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New, stay at home moms or dads will find that late afternoon until children's bedtime will be the most challenging hours of the day. These hours are often packed with routines (meal, bath, and bed) at a time when children
Getting Along with Your Teen
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"Raising teens can be soooo exhausting!"  I have heard so many parents make comments similar to these, but yet I just have not had any real problems with my teens.  My oldest son is now 21 and my youngest son is
Free Chore Chart Checklist
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I wanted a simple checklist to use for my 9 and 7 year old children to keep track of their chores and found these free printable checklists.  I like the clean look of it and it is easy to use.  Using the kid chore
Great Book for a Child Dealing with Separation Anxiety
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I bought this book for a friend of mine who is dealing with her son's separation anxiety.  The main character of this book is afraid to leave his Mommy and start school and this is written from the child's
Parenting Teens: Parental Authority Vs. Peer Pressure
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It’s one of the hardest things parents deal with: even if you’re trying to raise teenagers the right way, as soon as he walks out the door, you know he’s going to be exposed to all sorts of negative—even
How to Motivate Teenagers
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Does your teen seem completely unmotivated and lazy? For parents of teens, the refrains of, “Whatever,” and “I don’t care,” can become all too familiar. This week, Josh Shipp explains where
Helping Your Child Deal with Anger
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Anger is a part of life just as much as happiness, fear and excitement.  Yet, we sometimes find that anger is so much more diffiult to deal with.  Rather than send your child the message that anger is "bad"
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