What parents need to teach their kids about opiates

What Parents Need To Know About Discussing Opioid With Kids

Parents should take time when it comes to explaining opiates to their kids.

by Abbie Kraft

Nickelodeon's 13th Annual Worldwide Day Of Play

Boys Don't Cry? Mom Gets Furious When Told Not To Baby Her 8-Year-Old Son - Here's What Happened!

Jaime Primak Sullivan doesn't believe in the gender stereotype that crying makes men weak.

by Amanda Moore

Lysol 2016 Back To School Uninvited 'Germ-mates' Science Fair

The Gender Divide: Are Boys Smarter Than Girls? Study Reveals Glaring Results

Gender stereotyping already exist among children from the time they turn six. Girls tend to perceive that boys are a lot smarter than them at this age.

by alexa ancheta

Barbie Doll Exhibition At Musee des Arts Decoratifs - Paris Fashion Week Womenswear Fall/Winter 2016/2017

Barbie Dolls Harm Little Girls' Body Image, Experts Advise Parents; Mattel Rejects Study

The researchers said iconic toy Barbie promotes being slim as better but Mattel interjects it's not what they hear from parents.

by Amanda Moore

Secure Attachment Parenting: Does It Develop By Nature Or Is It Motivated By Nurture?

Secure Attachment Parenting: Does It Develop By Nature Or Is It Motivated By Nurture?

Experts finally shed light in regards to John Bowlby's theory of attachment. It was revealed that the said trait is being formed, and does not develop naturally.

by Abbie Kraft

March for Moko

Pennsylvania Couple Arrested After Starving Kids To Death

A couple from Pennsylvania was arrested after they starved their kids to death stating that they no longer want them.

by Abbie Kraft

Mindful Parenting: A Simple And Powerful Solution For Raising Creative, Engaged, Happy Kids In Today’s Hectic World

Parenting Change: A Look Back In The Past And Look Forward to the Future

Mother of all ages agreed that parenting today has changed intensely for the past decades. Modern moms nowadays have been given more info because of the internet but it also gives them criticism.

by Wayne Parker

Middle Child Syndrome

Break The Stigma: Know The Positive Impact Of Being The Middle Child

Know the amazing traits that middle children would usually possess.

by Abbie Kraft

Three Handy Tips To Help Parents Identify And Encourage Their Children’s Interest

Three Handy Tips To Help Parents Identify And Encourage Their Children’s Interest

Research revel that question-asking is a great opportunity for parents to identify and encourage their children’s interest. Handy reminders listed too.

by Sammuel Larson

The Challenges of Parenting

Why Parenting Should Not Get In The Way Of Your Post-Graduate Studies

Raising or parenting is the process of promoting and supporting the physical, emotional, social, financial, spiritual, and intellectual development of a child from infancy to adulthood and techniques in teaching or pedagogy is the method and practice of teaching, especially as an academic subject or theoretical concept.

by Wayne Parker

Children Head Back To School In Chicago

Do not ignore these 6 behavioural problems of your child

Here are six misbehaviors you may be tempted to overlook -- and how to put an end to them pronto.

by Henry Tyler

Five Effortless Tips for Raising Active Children: Say Goodbye To Introvert kids

Five Effortless Tips for Raising Active Children: Say Goodbye To Introvert kids

To all the parents, even if your children are a little older, they can still benefit from revisiting these active-living tips.

by Sammuel Larson

Zion Harvey: First Kid Ever To Receive Double Hand Transplant

Zion Harvey: First Kid Ever To Receive Double Hand Transplant

Zion Harvey, a 9-year old boy from Baltimore County, Maryland, was the first child ever to undergo a bilateral hand transplant on July 2015.

by Avery McClaren

'Helicopter Parenting' May Underprepare Your Child for the Real World

Helicopter Parenting: Why Is This Parenting Style Discouraged?

Experts reveal that helicopter parenting can actually do more harm than good.

by Abbie Kraft

Harmful Effects Of Obesity Among Children And How To Prevent It

Harmful Effects Of Obesity Among Children And How To Prevent It

Obesity places everyone at a very high risk especially children, here are the harmful effects of obesity among children and how to prevent it.

by Sammuel Larson

Kids Allowed By Court To Sue US Government On Climate Change

Kids To Take Feds, Trump To Court Over Climate Change

Twenty-one children haev been given the legal standign to sue the United States government and maybe even Presdient-elect Donald Trump for causign climate change.

by alexa ancheta

Sydney's Water Babies

Parenting Difficult Kids Is Considered Hard When In Fact There’s Always Room For More Efforts

Parenting techniques and styles could have many effects on problematic children.

by Henry Tyler

Comedy Central Live 2016 Upfront - Presentation

Identifying Fake News: Why Children Are Bad At This

Eighty-two percent of middle-schoolers couldn't distinguish between an ad labeled sponsored content and a real news story on a website.

by Henry Tyler

Three Effective Techniques To Deal With ‘Difficult Kids’: Also Helpful In Any Crisis Situation

Three Effective Techniques To Deal With ‘Difficult Kids’ And Any Crisis Situation

Ways to help parents facing “Difficult” kids have been identified and are also helpful not only in raising kids but also in facing daily problems.

by Sammuel Larson

Funeral Held For Baton Rouge Police Shooting Victim Alton Sterling

Parenting Facts: How To Deal With Rejection For Being A Dad

Children tend to associate moms with safety and security and are able to vocalise this preference as toddlers.

by Henry Tyler

2016 Royal Tour To Canada Of The Duke And Duchess Of Cambridge - Victoria

Parenting Style: Raising Sons Differently Than Daughters Breeds Gender Bias; What Parents Must Do

What children experience about gender roles are first learned from their parents. Are you teaching your kids about equality?

by Amanda Moore

Mountain View Stabbing

Parenting: The American Way

An essential promise of America: Where you start should not determine where you end up.

by Joshua Williams

Mountain View Stabbing

Parenting Children With Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Disorders: How Important Are Pre-Emptive Strategies?

Fetal alcohol spectrum disorders or FASDs require parenting strategies that can help children have their best chance both at home and at school. Parents who attribute their kids' misbehavior to their FASD tend to use pre-emptive strategies more, which are designed to prevent these children's negative behaviors.

by Olivia Reese

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