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TODAY Parenting Team: The new rules of ‘sharenting’

Posted by on Wednesday, 25 March, 2015

TODAY Parenting Team: The new rules of ‘sharenting’
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Do You Know these Five Tried-and-True Parenting Tips?
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Is parenting your top priority? Here are five of the top tried-and-true parenting tips that can be used for children of any age.

1. Nurture Your Child’s Self-Esteem

Kids start developing their sense of self as babies—and they see themselves through their parents’ eyes. Your tone of voice, body language and expressions are absorbed by your kids. Your words and actions as a parent affect their development of self—so help them to see their value.

2. Catch Kids Being Good

Have you ever stopped to think about how many times you react negatively to your kids in a given day? You may find yourself criticizing far more often than complimenting. Try to catch them doing acts of kindness and goodness to emphasize their abilities to help others.

3. Set Limits and Be Consistent With Your Discipline

Discipline is necessary in every household. The goal of discipline is to help kids choose acceptable behaviors and learn self-control. They may test the limits you establish for them, but they need those limits to grow into responsible adults.

4. Make Time for Your Kids

It’s often difficult for parents and kids to get together for family meals or spend quality time together. But there is probably nothing kids would like more. Try getting up 10 minutes earlier…………… continues on The Catholic Sun

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Drug Talk and Parenting, the New Rules

Posted by on Monday, 18 June, 2012

Drug Talk and Parenting, the New Rules
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Parenting by the book
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An Yanling says not being an English major has been an asset for her as a translator: She favors small words and short sentences that are easy to understand. Liu Zhe / China Daily

Learning how to be a parent led one new mom to the world of translation, and she tells Meredith Rodriguez that she’s learning a lot about herself, too.

Many of her old classmates called An Yanling when they saw her name on the cover of a bestseller in China. They had to make sure it was really her listed as the book’s translator. English was never her best subject in school.

“I was interested in mathematics as a student,” An says. “Translating books was far from my mind. I thought it was for people who major in English.”

But while working in an 18-year career as a communications engineer at a multinational company in Beijing, she discovered the parenting book that would lead her to translate and run workshops – what she calls “education for parents”.

Anxiety after the birth of her first and only child in 1997 motivated her.

Like many of her ambitious capital-dwelling peers, An’s parents were far away in her hometown in Shanxi province and not around to help two workin…………… continues on China Daily

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URBAN PARENTING: Dealing with Other Parents’ Rules

Posted by on Saturday, 21 January, 2012

URBAN PARENTING: Dealing with Other Parents’ Rules
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I have a bad reputation among other parents, I think: I set the bar too low.

I am not proud of it. But it fits our family style and our child.

I was brought up in a family that did not have that many rules, but what rules we had were built on common sense and common courtesy. When I was a teen, I did not have a curfew. But when I went out, my parents always asked where I was going and when I expected to be home. Their explanation seemed totally rational…they want to know where I was so that they could get a hold of me in an emergency. They wanted to know when I expected to be home so they knew when to start worrying that something was wrong. I could call and push back the time, they just needed to know. I expected them to tell me the same thing if they went out.

They also had the rule that anytime I needed a ride to get out of a bad situation, I could call my mom. She would come—no questions asked—and pick me up and get me home. She said this was protection against drunken dates, etc., but I saw it as my escape hatch.

I never used that “call a friend/mom” option. But by high school, I had been in a couple of scrapes and had learned how to get myself out of them. I had taken a friend’s keys away, slipped away from a scary boy situation and thrown up on our front lawn. I know now my parents probably guessed at all these shenanigans, but did no…………… continues on Patch.com

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