Family & Parenting

Family plays a huge role in the life of everyone of us. Here you will find family and parenting related articles that will give you recommendations on how to deal with your parents and family members, as well as how to raise happy and healthy children.

15 Fun Winter Activities to Do with Your Family to Enjoy the Cold Season

By |2018-12-15T21:03:42+00:00December 15th, 2018|Categories: Family & Parenting, Inspirational, Relationships & Social Life|Tags: , , , , |

Don’t stay in all winter long. Get out and have some fun! During the cold season, you can enjoy many winter activities? Most people associate the winter season with Christmas and New Years, full of caroling and spending time with friends. Yes, those are both wonderful times of the year to celebrate and remember. However, there are many fun winter activities you can enjoy before and between these memorable times. Winter activities with the family can be special. Family fun winter activities Although swimming and

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4 Ways Unconditional Parenting Differs from a Conditional One (and How to Practice It)

By |2018-11-27T21:02:18+00:00November 27th, 2018|Categories: Family & Parenting, Mental Health & Wellbeing, Relationships & Social Life|Tags: , , , |

Think you’re parenting the right way. Well, there are two types of parenting styles: Conditional and Unconditional parenting. Raising children can be difficult, to say the least. However, there are so many lessons we learn while doing so. As parents, we want the best for our children, but we also want to train them to be a production and loving addition to the adult population. So, there are two types of parenting techniques: conditional or unconditional parenting. So, what’s the difference? There are stark differences

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Authoritarian Parenting: Things Authoritarian Parents Do and How It Affects Children

By |2018-11-22T21:19:39+00:00November 22nd, 2018|Categories: Family & Parenting, Relationships, Relationships & Social Life|Tags: , , , |

What is authoritarian parenting? The article defines behaviors and attitudes associated with this style and explores the long-term effects it has on a child. Everyone has their own unique approach to parenting. However, psychologists have identified a classification system that distinguishes between the most common parenting styles: neglectful, permissive, authoritative and authoritarian parenting. In this article, we are going to concentrate on authoritarian parenting. We will consider the defining behaviors and attitudes associated with this style, and consider its long-term effects on a child. The

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6 Most Important Speed Dating Questions You Should Make Sure to Ask

By |2018-11-20T20:53:51+00:00November 20th, 2018|Categories: Family & Parenting, Relationships, Relationships & Social Life|Tags: , , |

Speed dating questions aim to quickly find the things you have in common with another person. For this reason, it’s important to ask the right questions. There’s something especially charming and thrilling about speed dating. The settings, the quick interactions and the knowledge that you’re all there for the same purpose can certainly enhance the communication. Asking the right speed dating questions can help you make the most of it. If you like speed dating, you’re not alone. Research suggests that you can indeed “click”

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4 Different Parenting Styles and How They Affect Children Later in Life

By |2018-10-30T20:46:29+00:00October 30th, 2018|Categories: Family & Parenting, Lifestyle, Mental Health & Wellbeing, Relationships & Social Life|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , |

Are you worried you have different parenting styles to your friends? Is it possible your different parenting styles could have an effect on your children later on in life? Many psychological researchers have agreed with four different types of parenting styles. These are: Authoritarian Authoritative Permissive Uninvolved Each style takes a different approach to raising children and can be identified by a number of different characteristics. Which of these different parenting styles can you relate to and how could they affect your children later on? 1.

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14 Smart Parenting Tips That Will Help Your Children Thrive

By |2018-10-02T19:41:18+00:00October 2nd, 2018|Categories: Family & Parenting, Relationships & Social Life|Tags: , , , |

Smart parenting is about finding that fine line between authoritarian and permissive parenting styles. Below are a few tips that will help your children grow into happy and balanced adults. We’re constantly exposed to parenting advice, whether it’s in books, magazines, online websites or through family and friends. At the end of the day, we know our children best, and we have to find out what works for us as parents. There is no such thing as a perfect parent and smart parenting is not

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How to Spend More Quality Time with Family (and Why It’s Important)

By |2018-11-20T01:13:46+00:00September 24th, 2018|Categories: Family & Parenting, Lifestyle, Mental Health & Wellbeing, Relationships|Tags: , , , , |

Quality time with family is more important now than ever. We are constantly worried about work, focussed on technology and busy with everyday life, and quality time with family can be something we overlook.  It can be easy to forget the importance of spending one on one time with those closest to you. Spending time with family has been shown to be beneficial for both children and parents, but the truth is that there is a difference between spending time with family and spending quality

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6 Cerebral Palsy Causes and Symptoms in Babies

By |2018-09-19T15:02:51+00:00September 11th, 2018|Categories: Family & Parenting, Health & Wellness|Tags: , , , , , , , , , |

Cerebral palsy is a life-changing condition, and it disheartens a parent to know that his or her child has it. All parents should know about cerebral palsy causes in babies. This article discusses cerebral palsy causes in babies and their signs. It also explores coping mechanisms. What is Cerebral Palsy? Cerebral Palsy is a birth disorder that affects muscle tone, motor skills, and movement. A child will find it difficult to move about in a coordinated way. Brain damage usually triggers this condition. It happens

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