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Your child is obese Read these tips to help him lose weight

Your child is obese? Read these tips to help him lose weight

Every mother is keen on the health of her family. You may feel worried if you notice that your child’s weight is not in line with his age and height. If your child is obese, you may be looking for radical solutions to solve this problem in order to avoid exposure to many diseases and health problems. Here are some important tips for the whole family, not just to help your child lose weight and stay fit. *Staying away from bad habits: In addition to the food, some bad habits that are applied in your house affect your child’s weight, such as prolonged sitting in front of the TV or browsing the internet. Therefore, you should put laws for each …

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How to deal with your child who doesn’t obey your orders

How to deal with your child who doesn’t obey your orders

Every mother feels the difficulty in dealing with her stubborn child who does not listen to her, whether at home or in public places causing her embarrassment many times because she can not adjust and control his/her behavior. Your violent behavior with your children will not work at all. Here are some steps that will help you deal with this kind of children. *Put the rules and regulations: First, you should put the rules you want your child to follow, what is allowed and what is forbidden. If the child was receiving care for a long time with other person like his grandmother, it is very important to cooperate in the terms of the regulations. For example, do not forbid …

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HOW TO DEAL WITH YOUR TEENAGE CHILD

MORE ABOUT HOW TO DEAL WITH YOUR TEENAGE CHILD, PART II

Teenagers tend to prove themselves with everyone: their teachers, their peers and automatically with you too. Do not let that upset you and do not fight with them; you will save yourself and them the trouble of arguing over irrelevant and petty stuff. Everyone in the house should take part in running the house; the whole responsibility should not be on one person alone; assign each one in the house a chore or two. Let them assume the responsibility without fighting or arguing; if they do not do their chores and their room is a mess, do not let them go out with their friends till they take care of everything. By doing this, you stick to the boundaries you …

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HOW TO DEAL WITH YOUR STUBBORN CHILD

MORE ABOUT HOW TO DEAL WITH YOUR STUBBORN CHILD, PART II

Try the ‘yes’ strategy with your child: ask your kid questions that prompt to answer with ‘yes’ three times at least consecutively such as “How about taking your bath toys and swimming goggles with you into the bath?” The three yeses in a row will break down your kid’s resistance. When taking your child to bed, follow the options strategy like “which book do you want us to read before sleep?” If your kid responds “I am not going to sleep now”, do not give in and say calmly “then you choose not to read tonight”, and if your kid makes a fuss, stick to your word so that this episode will not be repeated the next day. You need …

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Raising a confident child

Raising a confident child

We all want our children to be confident, successful and able to lead. But it takes a serious effort and commitment to raise our kids the way we wish them to be. Moreover, there are many factors that can lead our efforts astray. However, here are few tips to help you raise confident little ones. – Praise him in front of others – Don’t drive him to criticize himself all the time. – Always use “please” and “thank you” when you want something from him and when he does what you want. – Let him live his childhood, don’t address him as if he is a grown up. Don’t keep saying that he grew up for such actions/attitude/games..etc. – Help …

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Do When You Know That Your Child Is Being Bullied

5 Things You Should Do When You Know That Your Child Is Being Bullied

Few are those lucky enough to have kids who are not either bullies or subject to bullying. And when you find out that your son or daughter is being bullied, your first instinct – which is wrong here – is to go to the bully’s parents (the source) to complain about their child’s behavior. This doesn’t help often sense parents can get defensive about their children and might not deal with the issue effectively. So here is what to do when you know that your child is bullied at school. 1- Do not start a war as you hear your child’s story. Be calm and ask him to retell his part of the story to make sure there is no …

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Signs That Tell You Your Teenager Child Is Depressed

4 Alarming Signs That Tell You Your Teenager Child Is Depressed

Depression is probably the most damaging and hardest to cure psychological illness ever. It ruins your relationships with others and takes away enjoyment from anything you do. Therefore, you would want to know if your loved ones – especially your children – have or are beginning to have this illness, so that you try to pull them away from its grab as soon as possible. 1- Depressed teens are always in a state of constant sadness. Teens are still at the prime of their lives, so if they are not happy, carefree and greatly interested in any trivial matters that happen around them, then this should make you very worried. Usually you will be the last one to confide in …

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Fun and Healthy Snacks for Your Child When Outside

5 Great Ideas for Fun and Healthy Snacks for Your Child When Outside

Going out or taking a road trip with your children is not always a fun experience. One of the reasons for that is that your child can get hungry and tired. It is important then to learn some ideas for fun and healthy snacks for your children to munch on when they get hungry outside. 1- Make strawberry oatmeal muffins beforehand for such an outing. They are sweet, healthy and they help keep off the hunger with the oatmeal inside them. Moreover, your child will have more fun snacking on them if he helps you in making them. 2- For those trips in hot summer days you would like your children to have an ice cream, but you avoid it …

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Signs That Will Tell You Your Child is Spoiled

5 Worrisome Signs That Will Tell You Your Child is Spoiled

Have you every wondered whether you are raising your child right or not? Were you ever confronted by people who say that you are spoiling your child and wondered if there was any truth to what they say? Here is your answer; the signs that tell you your child is spoiled. 1- The other side is always greener for them. In other words, what others have is and will always be better in their eyes. It does not matter what you get them because they will always be unsatisfied with it. 2- He does not like to help. Well, it is to be expected that a child or even a teenager would not like to help. However, your child should …

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Reasons Why You Have to Put Your Child in Daycare

5 Reasons Why You Have to Put Your Child in Daycare

Putting a child in daycare is a decision many parents used to fear. They don’t know what will happen to their children at daycare behind their backs, and they fear others critical comments such as, “Oh, you’re too busy to take care of your kid” and “I get it, there are plenty of things that are more important than your own young ones”. However, putting a child in daycare is actually a good parenting choice for these reasons: 1- Your child will become less stuck to you. Parents usually face the problem of their kids being too stuck to them and clinging to them all the time. They don’t manage to do anything effectively, not to mention having a moment …

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Tips to Stop Your Child from Hitting and Biting Others

4 Handy Tips to Stop Your Child from Hitting and Biting Others

It is really a disturbing and embarrassing scenario when parents find other parents complaining to them of their child’s behavior, especially if he tends to bite or hit others. It has no relation of course to babies biting and hitting, since their only way of discovering and learning is through their hands and mouths. Children biting and hitting is a form of aggression and misconduct that should be dealt with properly. 1- Sometimes parents bite back their biting children to show them that biting hurts. DON’T do that. You are just confusing the child and showing him that biting is okay for some but bad for others. And he wouldn’t understand why you are biting if biting is so bad. …

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Foolproof Tips for Making Study Time More Effective for Your ADDADHD child

5 Foolproof Tips for Making Study Time More Effective for Your ADD/ADHD child

One of the toughest difficulties that face the parents of children diagnosed with ADD or ADHD is studying and all that is related to it. Kids diagnosed with ADD/ADHD are easily distracted, and they cannot concentrate on studying easily. As a result, their parents aren’t usually proud with their school results. In this article you will learn some tips that will make your child’s study time more effective. 1- Write a task list for your child. For those with ADD or ADHD making a mental list of what is most important or organizing tasks in their brains could be rather difficult. So, it is helpful to write down the things that should be done one by one. 2- ADD students …

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the Habit of Bed Wetting

How to Treat Your Child of the Habit of Bed Wetting

One of the things that make parenthood tough for parents, and scares off anyone who thinks about having kids is the “wet sheets” problem. It is much more than the bother of changing and cleaning the sheets. Kids feel guilty and awful for having little bladder control and they hate to see the annoyed expressions on their parents’ faces. Here are some tips that will help in treating your kids of this problem. 1- If bedwetting is a frequent problem for your kid, then it is possible that he/she is suffering from an unstable bladder. An unstable bladder is a problem that has many reasons including urinary tract infections and constipation that pressures the bladder. Check what your child eats …

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CHILD WETTING THE BED, WHAT ARE THE CAUSES

IS YOUR CHILD WETTING THE BED, WHAT ARE THE CAUSES? Part I

Actually, it is common for parents to change their children’s sheets in the middle of the night after bedwetting. Pediatricians think of it as childhood hidden problem because it is not talked about outside the house unlike allergies or asthma. Keeping it a secret makes it a tough situation for kids thinking they are the only ones doing it, and this makes them feel worse. Some parents think bedwetting is a result of laziness, but of course it is not. This problem makes a friend’s sleepover very feared, which creates social awkwardness. Understanding the causes of any problem is the first step for solution; there is no single reason for bedwetting but the majority is inherited. In most cases, we …

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Tips To Handle Your First Child While Being Pregnant

Four Tips To Handle Your First Child While Being Pregnant

We always hear about the difficulties expecting mothers experience with their toddlers, and according to a personal experience , it can get really hard and frustrating, if you are pregnant and already having hard times handling your toddler, here are some tips to help you ease it up. 1- Visit Other Friends Who Have Two Or More Children. The only way to familiarize your child with the idea that he could share the love and attention he is getting from you now with another child is by visiting other friends of your who already have more than one child, speak to your child about how exciting it is to have a little brother or sister to play with and take …

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Medical Checkups and Treatments Every Child Should Have

Medical Checkups and Treatments Every Child Should Have

Our children are our responsibility and that is why we should make sure they stay healthy from the moment they’re born until they reach their adulthood. Your child’s pediatrician would inform you with the important medical checkups and treatments that should be taken but it is important to have a background. After all, knowledge is power. Continue reading for more beneficial information. 1. Vaccination Prevention of disease is better than catching it and spending a lifetime of suffering. Children under the age of twelve should be vaccinated for hepatitis A and B, polio, varicella and DTaP. An annual flu vaccination is recommended too. Immunization against the human papillomavirus (HPV), a sexually transmitted disease, is also recommended. If you are afraid …

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