TV doesn't have to be a bad influence on your children. Use these tips to help make TV a good part of your child's life.
How To Make Coping With Stress Easier For Your Kids
Stress is as dangerous for children as it is for adults. We may remember our childhoods as happy and calm times, but the truth is that growing up is full of different stress sources. This situation is perfectly ok - we all needed a certain level of stress to develop properly and create some resistance to stressful situations. However, there are also situations when stress becomes too dangerous to be coped with without external support. At such times the family should do its best to protect the child from negative effects of stress.
How to Potty Train A Child
Find basic baby care and training information in addition to pregnancy and pre-pregnancy guide to assist from before getting pregnant to parenting a child.
Is Santa Real? What to Tell the Kids
I learned the truth about Santa Claus from my older brother. I was skeptical at first, so we sneaked out to my grandparents' trailer and he showed me all the gifts we had asked Santa to bring. He was telling the truth! My brother had somehow stumbled upon an amazing secret.
Is Your Child Exempt?
If according to the National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse, nearly 80% of high school students have tried alcohol, it is easy to come to the conclusion that the potential for alcoholism or drug addiction is put into motion very early in life. What may start out as an “innocent” activity to fit in with friends, to have some fun, or to look older, turns into a life-changing struggle. The consequences are never a concern for the teenager, but the effects of alcohol can hit before the young person knows there is a problem, or even understands that a problem can be possible.