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Spanking Vs. Beating

Pros and Cons: Homeschooling

Men and single parenting

Peer Pressure

Drunk on hand sanitizer   


Child Discipline Tips – How to Discipline Kids Without Arguments



        Dangerous Bath Salts.




Featured Authors



Are Organized Sports Good for Children?

Some parents are sports enthusiasts and think organized sports are a great idea, while others think the academic aspect of school should take priority over anything else. Parents sometimes put a lot of stress on their children when it comes to sports activities.

Help with troubled teenagers- creats the calm in the storm
Parents who need help with troubled teenagers often find themselves in a sea of chaos.
Quite frequently, they find themselves walking on eggshells in their own homes,
afraid of the next big blowout with their own troubled teenager.


When good kids become bad teenagers
Bad teen behavior is not something you can completely eradicate.
As teens, it’s their job to push limits and test boundaries.
But you can keep the behavior at a tolerable limit with a few changes in approach.


What can parents do to prevent their children from using drugs.
Parents you should talk to your children every day.
Share what happened to you and ask what happened to them during the day.
Establish an ongoing conversation rather than giving a one time speech.


Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
It is hard enough being a teenager
under the best of circumstances.
For teenagers growing up with ADHD,
daily activities can be a struggle.


Give Your Child the Gift of Self-Esteem
Toddlers are into everything!
They are learning so fast about the would around them and want to explore
everything, touch everything and even try to eat many things.


Cyberbullying
"Oh it's ok it's just kids being kids,
it's a rite of passage.
Why turning off the computer
and cell phone is not a solution
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Kids for Cash,
hundreds of children were appearing without attorneys before juvenile court judge Mark Ciavarella, and were then quickly adjudicated delinquent (found guilty) and sent to out-of-home placements for very minor offenses.




Send The Kids Outside!
Young children learn much through their senses, and the outdoors is a virtual wonderland for the senses.



  



Treating Juvenile Delinquents
To be effective, juvenile delinquency treatments must have a multi-layered approach. Like the model, New York's House of Refuge, all treatment should look at formative skill development, mental health, and the family environment.


Little girls gone wild



Signs of a trouble teenager

Beating the Homework horrors 

Teaching your Son to be a man

Communicating with your teen

Stop the Bullying
A different point of view 

Getting out a gang

Overwhelmed By Toys?

Real Dad Blog


Sex Slave Rings
 
  

Is home drug testing a parental necessity or overreaction?


Supplements and vitamins the benefits for ADHD

Backpack Bullies


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12-Year-Old CEO Has Already Made $150,000 With Stylish Bow Tie Company


Moziah Bridges loved dressing with style, but he couldn’t find bow ties that were cool and fit his 9-year-old fancy. So he asked his grandmother to teach him to sew.

Mo’s Bows” was born and he used Granny’s whimsical scrap fabric to make and sell bow ties and pocket squares.







Destroying the myth about Black Teens and Suicide




             

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The Justice Department has estimated that nearly 450,000 children run away from home each year and that one-third of teens living on the street will be lured toward prostitution within 48 hours of leaving home.