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6 Reasons Why Your Child May Be Acting Out

Yesterday I brought my children over for a play-date with Charles who lives next door. Everybody is getting along playing, running, and having a great time when all of a sudden Charles has a meltdown. Throwing toys, crying, and starting to get physical with my son. Unfortunately, we had to cut the play-date short, much …

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Handling Aggressive child Behavior

Let’s face it we all can get a little angry. Children, like adults, get angry too. It is perfectly normal for them to get mad, frustrated, and overly tired, which then causes them to “lash out” or get aggressive. The difference is adults, for the most part, can control their emotions. Children, on the other …

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Tips to Handle Your Anger at Your Child

Tips to Discipline Kids without Losing Temper Admit it. At some point in our parenting lives, we have lost our temper beyond control and regretted it later. Not only is this bad for your own mental health but it also adversely affects your children and the home environment. I, for one, didn’t wish it to …

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Things You Should Never Say to Your Kid

6 Negative and Positive Common Phrases To Kids Certain everyday phrases can really have the contrary to the intended effect. Not only can these everyday sentences be amended to more effective versions, but they can also be improved to have a much more positive effect. Saying these words in a different manner can make it …

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How to Stop Your Kid(S) From Lying?

Every parent understands the importance of instilling good ethical values and manners in his/her child from an early age. However, during the ages 4-6, as a child begins his venture out to school and starts interacting and learns the basic social skills, lying is one of the negative traits that he/she acquires. This becomes a …

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Kids Fighting? Here Are Some Tips To Help Them Get Along

This article originally appeared on Moms by KATE PRINCE Brothers and sisters can get on like a house on fire, but there can be times when they’re worst enemies. No matter how much they love each other, siblings can be naturally competitive with each other. At times it’s healthy, but it can be destructive if it happens too …

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