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Parenting Style and Its Correlates
Many parents wonder about the differences in parenting style and how their parenting practice affects their child's growth and development. The following ERIC Digest, written by Nancy Darling of Pennsylvania State University, discusses four types of parenting styles and the possible impact of the...
Nurturing Social-Emotional Development of Gifted Children
What Are the Social-Emotional Needs of Gifted Children? To a large degree, the needs of gifted children are the same as those of other children. The same developmental stages occur, though often at a younger age (Webb & Kleine, 1993). Gifted children may face the same potentially limiting... Seeking to Adopt - Take the Adoption Self-Assessment
The purpose of the assessment is to help you clarify your feelings and goals as you consider adoption. If you have a partner, complete the assessment separately, then compare and discuss your answers. Print this page 1. What age child would you prefer to adopt? infant (newborn to 2) ... Vandalism Consequences
Taken from Growing Concerns -- A childrearing question-and-answer column with Martha Erickson Question: My children recently broke some pottery garden sculptures in our next-door neighbors' back yard. The kids told me about it. How do I administer consequences for the vandalism without...
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Why There's a Gender Gap in Retirement Savings
Besides lower pay and time spent child rearing, women face particular obstacles when it comes to saving for retirement. A recent study by the State Farm Center for Women and Financial Services at the American ... Putting Family First Robs Women of Retirement
Besides lower pay and time spent child rearing, women face particular obstacles when it comes to saving for retirement. A recent study by the State Farm Center for Women and Financial Services at the American College found that about 64 percent of all women say that their family's needs are... A grandparent
Becoming a grandparent is a wonderful opportunity to offer love, support and all the knowledge we have acquired throughout our Malaya Business News Online - Philippine Business News | Online News Philippines
MOTHERS have always been at the center of the household, playing a key role in child rearing, what their homes look like, and, most important, what meals to buy, prepare and serve their families.
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Ten Cautions for Those Contemplating "Older" Parenthood
September 26, 2012, 9:37 am
Recently I wrote my Ten Reasons being an Older Parent is a Good Idea . †Now, ten days after my respite vacation, I'm still exhausted. †So in keeping with my mood du jour, here are 10 cautions for those considering "late in life" parenthood:
Things do change after 50. †I get tired more easily... The Power of Positivitiy the Second Time Around
August 17, 2009, 5:38 am
International adoption: take two. Is it easier the second time around?
Well, thatís a tough question. Letís break it down into two seemingly simplistic yes/no categories for starters. In a small way, yes, it is easier. Having adopted a daughter from Guatemala in 2007, I have a general idea of... Honestly Assessing Older Adoption
July 26, 2012, 12:33 pm
To me, choosing to become a parent was not that difficult.† I was born to the role.† I had known since the age of 19 I was infertile, so deciding to adopt when I met my husband at age 37 was not too challenging a choice.† That said, deciding to adopt our three little ones at the age of 51 was...
"Child-rearing" in the Adoption Forums
Drug Exposure and Temper
April 2, 2013, 12:18 pm
So, Chubbs' temper has been bad since day one. But it is getting worse as he grows and gets stronger. He really hurts. Of course this all got worse when BE came. He literally hurts me. So I asked the neonatal doctor last week about it and he was dismissive that it is just typical toddler behavior....
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Arguing Disrespectfully with Parents - Adoption Library ...
This is a selection from the book Raising Children Who Think For Themselves by Dr. Eisa Medhus. From the chapter titled Specific Child Rearing Challenges - How to Handle Them to Encourage Self-Direction, the following introduction is offered.
Parenting Support and Education Classes - Adoption Library ...
... and research corporation dedicated to improving the overall quality of child rearing and child caring in the United States. The center delivers a variety of parenting classes, seminars, and curricula in cooperation with local schools, religious institutions, corporations, ...
Self-Assessment Adoption Quiz - Birth, Cause, Child, Children ...
What aspects of childrearing are so important to you that you would find it difficult to compromise (such as discipline, religion, schooling, stay-at-home parenting, etc.)? Are you ready to love an adopted child as much as one you gave birth to biologically? Yes; No;
Second Marriage - Adoption Library. Articles, Information ...
You will be most effective if you support--and agree with--the primary parent's child rearing and disciplinary approach, without assuming major disciplinary responsibility yourself. As you set up your new household, ...
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