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WeAreTeachers - Get Lesson Plans - Teacher Grants - Teaching Resources and More How to be a calm parent I’ve always been a dreamer. Oh yes .. I was going to change the world. I was going to raise the best children ever to walk the earth. I was never going to make the same mistakes OTHER parents made. No way. Then I had children. My first lesson in patience happened immediately while sitting alone with two crying infants for months at a time. People always ask me how I managed twin infants and I always respond the same way … “With a lot of tears.” Staying calm as a parent may come easier for some more than others. Yeah, where’s the handbook? I call it Parenting from the Heart. I’ve learned so many lessons on this topic in the last six years. In fact, it is my great wish that parents would read this blog and change the way they are parenting so that they, too, can be the change they wish to see in the world. Original Photo by Tanya_Little via Flickr
9 Popular Parenting Websites for Successfully Raising Teenagers Advertisement Being a parent is one of, if not the, most difficult jobs. When you are a new parent, you have a lot to learn. From overcoming minor problems to strengthening your relationship to handling difficult situations and topics, these websites are great starting points. 1. For a website completely dedicated to the reason you are reading this article comes ParentingTeens.com. When you arrive on the home page, you will find simple shortcuts to browse the site and a search feature for specific topics. 2. Another helpful site that offers a magazine counterpart is Your Teen Magazine for Parents. You can also check out the Drugs & Alcohol section for assistance on discussing substance abuse with your teen. 3. The Child Development Institute website is a wonderful resource for parents who have children of all ages. You can click here to go directly to the teen and adolescent section of the site. 4. Aha! 5. You can click here to go directly to the adolescent area of the site. 6. 7. 8. 9.
Voici à quoi ressemble un congé paternité de 16 mois Conscience Alley ( Drama Strategies) Manhood for Amateurs: The Wilderness of Childhood by Michael Chabon When I was growing up, our house backed onto woods, a thin two-acre remnant of a once-mighty wilderness. This was in a Maryland city where the enlightened planners had provided a number of such lingering swaths of green. They were tame as can be, our woods, and yet at night they still filled with unfathomable shadows. In the winter they lay deep in snow and seemed to absorb, to swallow whole, all the ordinary noises of your body and your world. Scary things could still be imagined to take place in those woods. It was the place into which the bad boys fled after they egged your windows on Halloween and left your pumpkins pulped in the driveway. A minor but undeniable aura of romance was attached to the history of Maryland, my home state: refugee Catholic Englishmen, cavaliers in ringlets and ruffs, pirates, battles, the sack of Washington, “The Star-Spangled Banner,” Harriet Tubman, Antietam. This is a mistaken notion, in my view. There are reasons for all of this.
Troubled Teen Help - Resources for Parents of Troubled Teens and Young Adults Building with Dreamup Toys Wooden Railway Block Platforms Building with Dreamup Toys Wooden Railway Block Platforms Posted by Jessica Petersen on Nov 29, 2014 Copyright © 2012 - 2015 Jessica Petersen, All Rights Reserved. All trademarks are the property of their respective owners. If your child has ever wanted to be able to combine DUPLO or LEGO blocks with wooden train tracks, good news: there’s a new product designed to connect tracks and bricks. In this post, I’m going to show you how they work and give you some tips on building with them, but you can also see what the Little Engineer was inspired to build…at least, the first few things, because he’s built many more things since then! We received samples of Dreamup Toys’ wooden railway block platforms in exchange for an honest review of the product. I’m going to pass on as many tips as I can for making the most of the block platforms, but remember it’s best to just let your children play with the platforms, tracks, and blocks. Wooden Railway Block Platforms Building on the Platforms DUPLO Sets
Bedsharing & SIDS – Why We Have it All Wrong | Sarah Ockwell-Smith So today Carpenter et al published a horribly unreliable and flawed analysis of bedsharing. This scaremongering piece of ‘science’ (I use that term loosely) does not add to public understanding of the safety of bedsharing – far from it, it shrouds it in more myth and mystery and, in my opinion, is incredibly dangerous. Why dangerous you ask? Their bold statement that bedsharing is 5 times more dangerous than a baby sleeping in it’s own sleep space may be incorrect (more later), but worse than being incorrect it is a claim that will doubtless scare thousands of tired and highly vulnerable new parents around the world. Those very parents who through sheer exhaustion are liable to fall asleep on a sofa with their baby, or in bed at night after a long night feed, babe in arms surrounded by fluffy pillows and cushions, perhaps their systems full of the opiate based analgesic they are still taken to recover from their C-Section. Consider this scenario: Get where I’m going? Sarah Ockwell-Smith
Parent Support Groups|Teen Help for Parents|Supporting Parents Troubled Teen|Support Groups for ParentsHelp Your Teens Parents frequently ask about parent support groups. As a national organization it’s impossible for us to know about local parent support groups around the country. Support groups can be a great place to speak with other parents that are going through the same frustrations and stress you are going through with your teenager. It is comforting to know you are not alone in this journey. If your therapist is unaware of support groups, sometimes your library or local colleges will have a listing of them. Another place is the Internet. Organizations such as NAMI (National Alliance for Mental Illness) offers discussion groups if you feel this is something that could be beneficial to you. If you are considering a therapeutic boarding school, residential treatment center or any type of residential therapy, it’s a major decision — both financially and emotionally. We have been in your shoes. Be an educated parent.
Ti racconto una fiaba - Favole per tutte le età, bambini e adulti nel mondo della fantasia Une longue histoire – Mon père a plus de likes que le tien 26 mai 2015 20h14 · Joël Martel C’est une longue histoire que j’ai l’impression d’avoir racontée trop souvent. Mais bon, qu’est-ce qu’on ne ferait pas pour quelques likes! Blague à part, si je vous raconte ici cette histoire, c’est que je sais qu’il y a des centaines de gars comme moi qui la vivent chaque année. Et là, au risque de me faire lancer des roches, bien qu’il y ait de nombreux groupes de discussion dédiés à ça, c’est un peu difficile de s’y retrouver lorsqu’on est un pauvre dude à qui il suffirait de dire que ça va finir par aller mieux un jour, ou une nuit. Alors voilà. J’ai 35 ans et je suis père d’un merveilleux bonhomme qui aura bientôt cinq ans. Quand ma blonde m’a appris qu’elle était enceinte, on avait alors 28 ans et on était fous comme de la marde. On a donc respecté la bonne vieille tradition de ne pas en parler à personne pendant les trois premiers mois, car comme on dit, après trois mois, « le bébé est collé ». Mais non. Et puis là, tout est allé très vite.
Raconte-moi une histoire non-sexiste La loi prévoit d'informer les enfants sur les préjugés sexistes «à tous les stades de la scolarité». Mais pour ça il faut déjà que leurs éducateurs soient formés à les déceler, par exemple dans la littérature enfantine. Des héros forts qui ne pleurent jamais, des filles pas souvent héroïnes qui se retrouvent à materner les garçons rentrés de la chasse au dragon, de la poupée rose à foison contre des voitures bleues... Les stéréotypes sexistes fourmillent dans les albums jeunesse, renvoyant plus ou moins implicitement des messages sur le rôle et la place à tenir dans la société des garçons et des filles, des hommes et des femmes. Ce n’est pas nouveau et on sait l’urgence de s’attaquer dès la petite enfance aux stéréotypes tant leur impact commence dès le plus jeune âge. Pour pouvoir informer les enfants sur ces préjugés, il faut commencer par les débusquer, ce qui n'est pas toujours évident. Déséquilibre quantitatif et qualitatif Le traitement des filles et des garçons diffère aussi.