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1. Does Your Child Have Oppositional Defiant Disorder?
Does Your Child Have Oppositional Defiant Disorder?
Does your child have Oppositional Defiant Disorder-ODD? Are you looking for information concerning Oppositional Defiant Disorder- ODD or ADHD treatment and medication? If Oppositional Defiant Disorder- ODD child behavior is your concern and you want ODD treatment ideas, you have come to the righ...
Parenting & Kids - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 06:44:04
2. ADHD and Anxiety
ADHD and Anxiety
ADHD is very common. In a class of 30 children, there will be on the average two or three children with ADHD. But not every child who has trouble sitting still or has difficulty paying attention has ADHD. About ten percent of children who display these symptoms have another problem entirely. Thes...
Healthy Living - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 06:44:18
3. Parenting: Dealing with Your Childs Foul Language
This write up deals with what can be done when young children swear, curse, and use foul language. The one thing that you should know at the onset is that young children often do not understand the meaning of the bad words that they use. Children often pick up words that they come across on the ...
parenting-and-kids - Fri, 21 Sep 2012 10:42:29
4. Getting Kids Out of Bed
Many parents struggle with getting their teens out of bed in the morning. If you have a child who likes to sleep late and it is hard to get up in the morning, you may find that getting him out of bed to go to school on time is a daily chore. You get up, you go to his room, and then wake him up. F...
parenting-and-kids - Fri, 04 May 2012 13:06:14
5. Child Discipline and Consequences: Controlling Emotions
It can't be said enough that giving consequences is the key to child discipline problems like controlling emotions and aggression.    This is an all too common problem for parents who find themselves with an aggressive child who acts out on his emotions.  Maybe he gets into fights at school o...
parenting-and-kids - Sun, 09 Oct 2011 19:00:50
6. Getting Money for College-High Income Families
You would think that getting student loans, whether it be federal student loans, a school loan or a grant for college should not be complicated. Unfortunately, there are many pitfalls along the way and many mistakes that you can make that will cost you thousands of dollars in aid that you should ...
How-To & Education - Sat, 26 Mar 2011 15:37:02
7. Your Adolescent Child: Parenting Defiant Teens
Parents of teenagers frequently come to me and complain about bad teen behavior Here is a letter I received recently. The letter states: "My child is now fourteen years old and he seems to be able to endure any type of discipline program or approach we use with him. We have tried taking away h...
parenting-and-kids - Sun, 20 Mar 2011 08:37:39
8. Effective Parenting and Consequences: Is Your Child Ready?
It's very clear that the most effective parenting method you can use is consequences.  You create limits or guidelines so your child knows what he can and cannot do, then you apply appropriate consequences should your child push past the limit.   But there are cases where this parenting metho...
parenting-and-kids - Sat, 19 Mar 2011 05:23:31
9. Child Behavior Help: Unruly Behavior in Public
What I wish to talk about today are things that you can do when your child creates a ruckus in front of people. I do understand that children creating a scene in public places can be quite embarrassing; often making you the center of attention for that moment. However, you must focus on dealing ...
parenting-and-kids - Sat, 12 Mar 2011 13:24:55
10. Parenting Your ODD Child: What Do You Do about Your Children Swearing?
Since you have started your parenting years, have you ever heard your child or teen walk away swearing at you under his breath at a just barely audible decibel? Here, I want to talk about how you handle teens and children swearing very quietly under their breath as they are walking away form you....
parenting-and-kids - Sat, 12 Mar 2011 06:19:27
11. How to Stop a Tantrum
Children have tantrums because they feel frustrated. This leads to screaming, crying, and hitting. Many parents try to stop tantrums with discipline, but they soon find that this is ineffective. How do we stop a child's tantrum before it happens? Here are some tips:
parenting-and-kids - Thu, 10 Mar 2011 14:01:51
12. Teen Discipline: Stop Kids from Talking Back to You
  It's a common problem when discussing teen discipline, how do you stop kids from talking back to you.  If you find yourself in this frustrating situation, you have to understand that your child does this because it works for him.    Talking back works for him?  Yes, it's simple, your ch...
parenting-and-kids - Thu, 10 Mar 2011 05:39:20
13. Getting Money for College- Deadlines
Getting student loans, whether it be federal student loans, a school loan or a grant for college should not be something that is very hard to do. Unfortunately, many times it is something that is hard to do and the reason is quite simple. First of all it is not because there is not a lot of mone...
How-To & Education - Tue, 08 Mar 2011 13:49:34
14. 5 Tips on Teaching Your Defiant Child How to Lose
It's hard to lose. Nobody likes it. But if you have a difficult defiant child at home, losing can be a crisis. Part of your job as a parent of an Oppositional Defiant Disorder child is to teach your child have to live with defeat. This is a critical life lesson that every child must learn. losi...
parenting-and-kids - Mon, 07 Mar 2011 05:57:47
15. How to Discipline a Teen: Does He Really Care?
Are you dealing with the question of how to discipline a teen that doesn't really seem to care?  Well, you need to discipline teens regardless of their response to it, so don't give up.   Most likely your child does care.  He cared when he was younger and you took away his bike for drivin...
parenting-and-kids - Sat, 05 Mar 2011 07:08:08
16. Tantrums- How to Respond
At some time most parents confront tantrums and their different manifestations, such as shouting, whining, crying, kicking and breath holding. Tantrums are a normal child behavior in younger children and you can expect them to happen every now and then. When your child is throwing a tantrum, how ...
parenting-and-kids - Sat, 05 Mar 2011 04:57:21
17. Effective Parenting: Setting Limits for Children
Probably the most useful tool in effective parenting is setting limits for children.  That's right, let them know how far they can go and make it clear that there are consequences if the limits are exceeded.   Our society is filled with rules and our children need to understand that limits ar...
parenting-and-kids - Fri, 04 Mar 2011 11:48:28
18. How to Discipline Kids: Negotiating Limits
It's the most important combination to remember when learning how to discipline kids:  setting limits and giving consequences.  Both go hand-in-hand.  A limit or boundary is useless if it is not followed through with a consequence.   But a common mistake occurs when your child brings the limi...
parenting-and-kids - Fri, 04 Mar 2011 11:39:08
19. What to Do When Your Ex-Spouse Undermines You
Being a single parent, particularly after divorce, is a very trying situation. One of the things that commonly happens is that your ex-spouse undermines your parental authority. How do you handle such a situation? Let's say, you have a discipline problem with your seven year old daughter. You ar...
parenting-and-kids - Fri, 04 Mar 2011 05:53:03
20. Getting Money For College: Applying Early
It shouldn't be too hard to getting student loans for college, whether it be federal student loans, a school loan or a grant for college should not be complicated. All you should have to do is to fill out and submit the applications. However, there are lots of mistakes that you can make along th...
How-To & Education - Mon, 28 Feb 2011 21:42:11
21. Can ODD become Conduct Disorder
Oppositional defiant disorder (ODD) is often considered a milder and less extreme version of conduct disorder. While the vast majority of those with conduct disorder had previously had ODD, few children with oppositional defiant disorder go on to have conduct disorder.
healthy-living - Sun, 03 Apr 2011 09:14:17
22. ODD Children and Homework Problems
The importance of a regular and stable routines with homework tasks is vital for children with behavioral problems such as oppositional defiant disorder (ODD). This means setting a time and place for homework each afternoon or evening. The teacher should provide homework with clear simple and eas...
parenting-and-kids - Sun, 20 Mar 2011 07:00:05
23. Effective Parenting and Positive Discipline for Children
  Positive discipline for children is the most effective parenting tool you can use to create a loving and respectful home for you and your kids.   That may sound pie in the sky to some parents but it's true.  There are good ways to parent and wrong ways.  In this case the difference is betwe...
parenting-and-kids - Sun, 20 Mar 2011 05:04:05
24. Bad Child or Good Child?
Is there really much of a difference between a good child and a bad child?  A little child discipline is the only things separating the two.   I really don't like using the label, bad child.  It implies there is something inherent in him that will always do wrong and is impossible to handle. ...
parenting-and-kids - Sun, 20 Mar 2011 05:01:51
25. Getting Money For College: Affording A Private University
There are lots of mistakes that parents when trying to get student loans for college, whether it be federal student loans, a school loan or a grant for college should not be complicated. Many of these mistakes will cost you thousands of dollars in aid that you should be getting and place you or y...
How-To & Education - Sun, 20 Mar 2011 04:58:08
26. Getting Money For College: Getting Help From The Wrong Person
There are billions of dollars set aside for college grants and loans. Getting student loans, whether it be federal student loans, a school loan or a grant for college should not be something that is very hard to do. Unfortunately, many times it is something that is hard to do and the reason is qu...
How-To & Education - Sun, 20 Mar 2011 04:56:13
27. Getting Money For College: Understanding The Financial Aid System
Getting student loans, whether it be federal student loans, a school loan or a grant for college should not be hard. You should be able to fill out the forms and get the aid you deserve. Unfortunately, there are many pitfalls along the way and many mistakes that you can make that will cost you th...
How-To & Education - Sun, 20 Mar 2011 04:53:20
28. Sample: Getting Money For College: Applying Early
It shouldn't be too hard to getting student loans for college, whether it be federal student loans, a school loan or a grant for college should not be complicated. All you should have to do is to fill out and submit the applications. However, there are lots of mistakes that you can make along th...
How-To & Education - Sun, 20 Mar 2011 04:45:56
29. Getting Money For College: Doing It Yourself
There is more to getting student loans for college, whether it be federal student loans, a school loan or a grant for college than just filling out applications. There are lots of mistakes that you can make along the way. These mistakes will cost you thousands of dollars in aid that you should be...
How-To & Education - Sun, 20 Mar 2011 04:44:03

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