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Potty Training Tips For Parents

Potty Training Tips For Parents

NC – As every parent knows, potty training can be a challenge. While some children might learn faster than others, it can still be difficult to start the process. Sheri McDonald, a parenting expert from the Kandoo cleansing brand offers ...

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Keep Your Children Safe Online

Keep Your Children Safe Online

NC – Children grow up fast. Sometimes it feels like yesterday when junior just learned to crawl, and today he or she is going online to check out the latest homework assignment or chat with a friend through a new ...

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Are We Lazy In Our Approach To Educating Boys?

Are We Lazy In Our Approach To Educating Boys?

They Have Fundamentally Different Learning Patterns, Says Pioneering Expert; Uncovers Secrets & Offers Tips The problem of boys in education is not a new one – data has been mounting for many years that our sons are simply falling behind ...

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Costs That Parents Didn’t See Coming

Costs That Parents Didn’t See Coming

NC – Raising a child is full of surprises, including unexpected expenses. Recent research by TD Canada Trust found the top five costs parents say they didn’t prepare for are sports and extracurricular programs (30%), education (27%), vacations and/or summer ...

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Help Your Child Manage School Stress

Help Your Child Manage School Stress

(NC) If you’re feeling the pressures of a busy home life this fall, have you considered that your kids may be feeling the crunch too? Stress can affect everyone, even children. Learning how to handle the demands of school, extra-curricular ...

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Family Travel In The Electronic Age

Family Travel In The Electronic Age

By Alisa Abecassis, Founder of ExploreAll50.com Guest Writer Should kids be allowed to be connected electronically when the family travels? How much is too much and what limits are appropriate? As a mom of 3 teenagers aged 17, 15, and ...

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Immigrant Teenagers: Finding Their Own Path

Immigrant Teenagers: Finding Their Own Path

By Nastasha Alli Guest Writer In the world of parenting, fights and arguments come with raising a teenager. But for immigrant families, the relationship between parents and teens can become so intense that when a child says they need space ...

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4 No-Fail Tips For Successful 21st Century Parenting

4 No-Fail Tips For Successful 21st Century Parenting

Raising Well-Adjusted Children is not a Game of Chance, Says School Board Member and Dad For many parents, having children is the most significant reckoning in one’s lifetime. The birth of Anthony Sposato’s first child made him realize he had ...

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