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8 Tips For Parents With Anxious Children

Trying to raise a child in this hectic world is no easy task, and even the best of parents can... The post 8 Tips For Parents With Anxious Children appeared first on Lifehack.

Have Fun, Stay Safe! Top Ten Summer Safety Tips for Your Children

With the 4th of July celebrations around the corner, it's a good time for parents to review summer safety tips. Here are The New York Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children's (NYSPCC) top 10. Practice water safety. • Public...Show More Summary

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2 days agoHumor : Cake Wrecks

Note: Today's post contains a word that starts with "p" and rhymes with "Venus." Parents, please parent accordingly. Before you head out to stock up on fireworks this weekend, here's a handy tip from the folks over at Lamebook: Perhaps...Show More Summary

Part 3: Valuable Tips for Parents of Millennials from the Gen Y Guy

I had the opportunity to spend some time with Jason Dorsey, chief strategy officer for The Center of Generational Kinetics. Known as the Gen Y Guy®, Jason is an acclaimed keynote speaker, generational researcher and best-selling author. Show More Summary

8 Powerful Ways To Mold Your Children Into Leaders

Emotional intelligence expert Dr. Travis Bradberry offers practical parenting tips for teaching your kids leadership skills. The post 8 Powerful Ways To Mold Your Children Into Leaders appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Launching a New Product? These 5 Tips Will Get You the Testimonials You Need

Take a moment to try this thought experiment … At what point in your life did you look at your birth certificate to confirm that you were indeed born on the day that your parents said you were born? For most people, the answer is never. Show More Summary

10 Tips For Keeping Kids Happy and Safe Outdoors

By Michael Lanza Some people might say my wife and I are bad parents. We’ve repeatedly and deliberately placed our kids—at young ages—in risky situations. And I’m not talking about letting them ride their bikes without wearing helmets (which, admittedly, … Continue reading ?

6 Financial Tips for the Single Parent

If you're a single parent, you may find that financial management can sometimes be difficult. Create a plan of action to maintain and secure financial peace of mind for you and your children by following these tips. The post 6 Financial Tips for the Single Parent appeared first on AllBusiness.com.

10 Tips for Supporting Children Through a Spouse’s Mental Illness

A parent’s mental illness can leave a child feeling scared and unstable. Dad’s mood changes. The whole household feels the effects. Everyone quickly switches gears, puts on their best behavior, and attempts not to cause any waves. Mom tries to put on a happy face […]

Want your kids to enjoy a throwback summer? Here are 12 ways to do it

Feeling like all the fun has been sucked out of summer by an endless list of to-do's? Check out these 12 tips from the TODAY Parenting Team to rediscover the joy of your childhood summers!

Tips on taking kids to San Francisco Gay Pride Parade

With today’s U.S. Supreme Court ruling affirming gay marriage, many Bay Area parents are considering taking their kids to San Francisco’s Gay Pride Parade on Sunday so they can experience a part of history. Questions about whether or not the event is appropriate for children are flying around local online parents groups. Also, many are

Nutrition tips for custodial grandparents

As a pediatric nutritionist in a clinic that serves children with special needs, I see all kinds of family situations and all kinds of caregivers. Usually, the primary caregiver is a parent. But for a variety of reasons, the primary caregiver may be a relative who cares for the child during much of the day […]

STFU Parents: Summer Travel Tips: Don’t Be “That Parent” On An Airplane

This week marked the official beginning of summer, which means that for the next two months, families will be traveling more than usual. The stress that comes with air travel will be felt much more by parents of small children than other … More » STFU Parents: Summer Travel Tips: Don’t Be “That Parent” On An Airplane is a post from Mommyish - Parenting Imperfect.

As siblings learn how to resolve conflict, parents pick up a few tips of their own

When children participated in a program designed to reduce sibling conflict, both parents benefited from a lessening of hostilities on the home front. But mothers experienced a more direct reward. As they viewed the children's sessions...Show More Summary

Tips for Parents: Getting Kids to Sleep

Sleep is something that we all desperately need but it can be difficult to get enough of it. According to sleep experts a 7-12 year old should be getting approximately 10-11 hours of sleep every night. Unfortunately there are many children,...Show More Summary

Keep Your Children Safe; 15 Tips for Parents

Atiya Discusses Keeping Kids Safe Amongst Today's Dangers The post Keep Your Children Safe; 15 Tips for Parents appeared first on The Good Men Project.

My Top 13 tips as a Dad

I was having trouble sleeping last night (they joys of a 10 years with sleeping difficulties) so I thought I'd write a few thoughts of my own on parenting, mostly just for a laugh. My faith is the center of all decisions I make and hopefully...Show More Summary

Best Summer Ever: The TODAY Parenting Team wants YOUR tips and advice!

How do you have your best summer ever? Share your stories, advice and support with the TODAY Parenting Team!

Sports News in Brief: Younger Vikings Players Picking Adrian Peterson’s Brain For Parenting Tips

2 weeks agoHumor : The Onion

EDEN PRAIRIE, MN—Hoping to gain some insight from his incredible wealth of knowledge and experience, younger Minnesota Vikings players told reporters Friday that they have been picking running back Adrian Peterson’s brain during minicamp for helpful parenting advice. Show More Summary

Parents: Less Stress Travel with Kids!

Summer is the perfect time to travel as a family, but it requires a lot of planning ahead. What I like to do is think of all the scenarios that may cause a complete meltdown and plan ways to avoid them. These are some of my tips forShow More Summary

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