Puberty for Girls Is a Troubling Time: How Parents Can Help
Although both girls and boys experience the hormonal changes associated with adolescence, puberty for girls can have a more significant and long lasting social impact.
Newest Style For Teenagers - Dealing With It Tactfully
Are you the parent of a youngster? If you're, you probably already know that many teenagers wish to look their greatest, at the very least trend wise. For that reason, many teenagers keep up on the latest vogue trends and use them. While that is okay in some aspects, it may end up in your teenager sporting saggy pants showing their boxers or revealing shirts that show off too much cleavage. Whereas these do appear to be standard trend traits, do you really wish to see your child displaying them? If not, chances are you'll be wondering what you should do.
Understanding your baby’s first signs
As a parent, your baby’s “first sign” is greeted with as much excitement as your baby’s “first word”. For some parents though, the excitement is short lived as parents wonder what their baby is trying to communicate to them through baby sign language.
Child Toys Help The Creative and Imaginative Side of Children and Young Ones
Ask any young mother, and she will tell you the joys of motherhood: Watching them grow, learn through play, and observing developmental milestones are some of the rewards of parenthood. These milestones do not just happen. They're carefully developed and cultivated. For kids, learning through play ensures that basic cognitive abilities take effect. Newborn babies have the classic baby toys like rattles, stuffed animals and mobiles. Very young children have slightly more sophisticated toys that focus on logical reasoning. Pre-school-age kid toys aim to nurture the imaginative and creative side of the kid. As the child is growing up, he will pass through all of those stages of development, so its best to have age appropriate kid toys on hand that will grow with him.
Gary Direnfeld, MSW, RSW
When isn’t child sex play just sex play?
Child sexual behaviour is common and normal, except when...