Parenting

A Look at Dr. Sears, the Creator of Attachment Parenting

Dr. William Sears was born in Alton, Illinois in 1940. He is an American pediatrician and the author or co-author of more than thirty parenting books. He is also a frequent guest on television talkshows, where he goes by the name Dr. Bill. He and his wife Martha Sears, R.N., are among the leading proponents […]

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Possible Effects Of Peer Pressure On Your Teenager

This is an article about the effects of peer pressure and what you can do to make them less for your teen. There are many negative peer pressures out there. They are the ones that cause life-changing patterns and experiences. These are some effects of peer pressure and what they do to your teen. 1.Shoplifting- […]

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Trayvon: Dr. King and Daddy

When something horribly bad happens, where we are and what we are doing at the time is forever imprinted into our minds, like the World Trade Towers falling in New York City— we remember the shock as we stood transfixed. The spring I turned fourteen I had many chores to do and one was trimming […]

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What is Helicopter Parenting?

Have you been told you are a helicopter parent? And are you wondering what helicopter parenting is? Helicopter parenting is a way of parenting that some like and some do not like. Helicopter parenting has been defined as closely hovering over your children. Helicopter parenting has also been thought of as a way to help […]

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Using Facebook to Communicate with Your Kids

Do you have a Facebook profile so you can monitor your child’s behavior when they’re online? Internet safety is important so if you aren’t discussing internet safety with your child, now is the time to do so. A lot of parents use Facebook not only as a way to follow their children’s online behavior but […]

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Yell or Scream at Your Kids?

Not everyone has lost their cool with their kids like me but there are many that have yelled on occasion. I believe yelling became the go-to discipline method when child abuse was put on the books and could be “investigated” and “punished” by law. Yelling does not leave marks that you can see but the […]

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