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Divorce therapy – Tips to parenting infants of divorce

Divorce therapy – Tips to parenting infants of divorce

Lifestyle
Parenting children of divorce is difficult and, because an infant can't talk, both parents need to stay in tune with their child's behaviors, says divorce therapy expert. Here are some ways a parent can help his or her infant adjust to the new circumstances brought about by divorce. It may be helpful to know how children of divorce usually react, according to divorce therapy expert. Children and Divorce The stress of divorce will manifest itself in different ways with different children depending upon the child’s personality, age, and level of maturity. According to divorce therapy it is a general rule, young infants may show exaggerated stranger anxiety, even with their fathers. Young toddlers may develop more extreme separation anxiety and mood swings. Older toddler
Marriage management – talking to children about marital problems

Marriage management – talking to children about marital problems

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Unfortunately, children pick up on conflict and feel less secure when there are marriage problems, says marriage management expert. It is important to reassure children after arguing with a spouse and it's vitally important to get marriage help when needed. Reassure Children that Mom and Dad Still Love and Respect Each Other in Spite of Arguments After arguments, children need parents to affirm their love for each other. Because of this, it is important that parents don't just make up in private. If the children witness an argument between their parents, they also need to witness Mom and Dad apologizing, kissing, and making up. Marriage management analyst adds it's not necessary for children to know all the details about the conflict, but it is best if parents don't shy away f...
How to keep marriage strong after having children

How to keep marriage strong after having children

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Every parent has been there. It’s late at night. The baby has finally fallen asleep for what may only be a few hours. Both parents are exhausted, and it’s hard to remember the last time a meal was eaten warm. A hot shower seems like a distant memory. The only thing that seems important at that minute is to fall into bed for a bit of sleep. The only conversation between partners in several days has had to do with whose turn it is to make a bottle or change a diaper. Unfortunately, a bit of this scenario is inevitable. Having a baby or young child is overwhelming physically, emotionally and financially. It’s only natural that the marital relationship may take a temporary hit while new routines are created and life settles into the new normal. The trick is to not let this temporary sta
Playground Safety and Parental Supervision

Playground Safety and Parental Supervision

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Going to the playground or play park is a big part of a young child’s life. It is through play at the park that kids pick up more motor skills and make new friends. It is also where their parents regularly meet up and have playgroups. However, a trip to the playground can easily turn tragic if the playground equipment is faulty or there is a lack of parental supervision. National Safety Council data reveals each year over 200,000 children end up in hospital emergency rooms because of playground injuries. These injuries are preventable if playground safety is observed. Here’s what parents can do to prevent playground injuries. Check Playground Equipment Before letting a child play in a playground, check that the playground equipment are safe for use. Playground safety surface - Falls
Sports is necessary in life

Sports is necessary in life

Sports
Sports is necessary in life and more important for children as they should spend much of their time running around outside and not just limit to about one hour a day or only playing games on iPads and iPhones. Parents are suggested to encourage their kids to play different sports of their interest and not to forget to listen to them about how they are reciprocating playing those. Ever children has different potentiality and so it is foolish to compare them with one another. One may be good at basketball while the other would like to play soccer. Such decision should be solely of their own as they can understand better than the parents as which sports attract them most. Sports strengthen the heart of your younger ones while keeping the veins and arteries clear too. Regular outdoor...
Helen Doron English: Drive for Students to Become Better Persons

Helen Doron English: Drive for Students to Become Better Persons

Career
The Helen Doron Educational Group has started a new campaign which is called Young Heroes. This campaign aims at encouraging children to work together for the betterment of the communities they live in. Young Heroes will not only inspire kids all around the world but also release their inner hero. This program will help children to find out just how powerful they are. Therefore, the Helen Doron Educational Group not only helps students learn the English language all around the world but also drives students to become better persons. Who is a hero? A hero is defined as anyone who uses his or her abilities in order to make the life of others better. Despite your age, height, gender or race everyone has the potential to become a hero. Helen Doron is inviting children from all over the ...