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Parenting Wars

Parenting Wars

Do or do not - there is no try. The ins and outs of one of the most difficult jobs on earth: parenting.

  • Rosalind Sedacca
    Published 2 months ago
    Coparenting: 7 Success Strategies After Divorce

    Coparenting: 7 Success Strategies After Divorce

    Divorce affects every child differently. However, all children of divorce do best when both parents stay actively involved in their lives. This continuing connection makes a positive difference for children of all ages—even teens—minimizing the fact that their parents no longer live together.
  • Jade Pulman
    Published 3 months ago
    How to Keep Children Strong and Healthy

    How to Keep Children Strong and Healthy

    There is nothing more meaningful than knowing that the children you are raising are healthy and growing strong. Parenting has its ups and downs, but the proud parent moments make it all worth it at the end of the day. You have put in a lot of blood, sweat, and tears into parenting, so you want to make sure that your kids stay healthy and strong as they grow up.
  • Jami Brumfield
    Published 3 months ago
    What I've Learned About Tantrums

    What I've Learned About Tantrums

    First, tantrums are completely normal for children age 1-4
  • Annette Ducharme Agabob The Conscious Cowgirl
    Published 3 months ago
    Does Parenting Teen/Young Adult Indigos Feel Unnerving at Times?

    Does Parenting Teen/Young Adult Indigos Feel Unnerving at Times?

    Are you in the midst of a parenting change or transition with your Indigo/Sensitive/Empath child or Young Adult?
  • Bradley Perry
    Published 3 months ago
    Raising Kids with Mental and Learning Disorders

    Raising Kids with Mental and Learning Disorders

    When I sat down to write this, I tried to think of the many angles to take. I am bipolar and have ADD and I deal with other issues. When my daughter was diagnosed with extreme anxiety, and my son as high functioning autism and ADHD, I admit I jumped on the pity train and tried to make it all about me. What did I do to make my children not "normal"? Why do my kids have to suffer like me? A slew of other things went through my head, but I finally realized, they are perfectly normal, and so am I.
  • Crunchy Mony
    Published 3 months ago
    Raising Indigo Children

    Raising Indigo Children

    Firstly, I'd like to begin by congratulating you if you are the parent or guardian of an Indigo Child. What a true honour and blessing it is to be granted the privilege of raising such an amazing person!
  • Kristinna C
    Published 4 months ago
    Pass Me the Moon Please Mummy

    Pass Me the Moon Please Mummy

    Visiting the #moonexhibition at London’s #NaturalHistoryMuseum this June got me to thinking about my parenting.
  • Jean Sumrall
    Published 4 months ago
    Free-Range Children
  • Michaela B
    Published 4 months ago
    It Takes a Village

    It Takes a Village

    As a mom there is a lot that you need to worry about. What your kids are eating, how they are learning, if they are growing fast enough etc. etc. Being a mom today, in the electronic age we are in, might be the hardest of all times to be a mom. Okay, it can be argued that it was harder before modern healthcare, but with all the judgement going on around us constantly, I think I have a pretty good argument.