by Darryl Power - 2006-12-05
They say that you tend to become your father or your mother the very minute you have children. How many times do we see that in the movies, especially come Oscar time? Be it drama or comedy, there is ...
by Odinn Sorensen - 2007-01-02
If your child is behaving extremely badly, you cannot simply ignore it. You must take action to prevent your child from developing a serious behavioural problem.This is a last-resort technique, when a...
by Keith Londrie - 2007-01-24
At the joyous age of two through four, temper tantrums can creep in without warning. It is a frustrating event, and even the most prepared parent can't help but feel helpless at times. Fortunately, pa...
by Brigitte Meier - 2007-01-06
Several similar terms describe the central attribute of a character that decides on the strength of personality and the degree of inner freedom:- "self assurance" describes mostly the behaviour. Co...
by Brittany Feathers - 2007-02-02
Parenting Tips As a working mother of a busy eight month old daughter, the one thing I do not have much of is time. The NYU Child Study Center (www.aboutourkids.org) published a great...
by Jenny Magnier - 2007-02-12
Probably the hardest issue to deal, as a single parent, is an overwhelming feeling that you are required to fulfill both the expectations- as a mother and a father. Particularly in the case when other...
by Bonnie Foshee - 2007-02-17
If you haven't experienced it for yourself, you've seen its effects. You've seen the haggard, weary-looking faces of countless mothers trudging through the grocery store aisles holding the hands of li...
by Abdul Hakeem - 2007-02-27
Parenting is as much a learning business for us as traveling through childhood is for our children.Parenting is one of the most difficult jobs that nature has provided us with. Being a parent means no...
by Charles Merier - 2007-03-01
It's tough being a woman in an image-based society. Today more than ever before, the softer sex has to primp, groom, work-out, and often go to extreme measures to retain their youthful and radiant app...
by Ann Marier - 2007-03-06
There was a time when expecting mothers would do little more than stay at home and feed themselves. It was a widely held belief that indulgence in any strenuous exercise or work would hamper the growt...