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Posts tagged with: working parents

For those not familiar, positive parenting is a form of parenting that involves a complete absence of negative disciplinary measures like punishment, threats, guilting or shaming. One of its foundational no-no’s is keeping your temper around your progeny and avoiding...
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By Janice Russell of parentingdisasters.com Entertaining kids outdoors is easy. You need little more than open space and perhaps a ball to create a fun and lively afternoon. Bringing the same stimulation and enjoyment to an indoor setting is markedly...
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By Daniel Sherwin of Dad Solo With so many technology-based activities to keep us entertained, many of us are spending less and less time outdoors—putting us at risk of developing Nature-Deficit Disorder (NDD). However, it’s never too late to overcome...
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By Janice Russell of Parenting Disasters If trying to answer the phone and dealing with a screaming baby simultaneously or having to clamber over a mountain of toys when answering the door to a client is all part of your...
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By Gwen Payne of Invisible Moms Fatigue can be caused by the stress of parenting a child with special needs, the demands of work and family, or an ongoing medical issue you’re trying to manage. Regardless of its cause, being...
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By Daniel Sherman of Dad Solo All parents want their children to grow up healthy, smart, and successful. Of course, there is no single way to accomplish this. If you’re looking for parenting advice, you’ll come across plenty of conflicting...
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By: Amy Collett of bizwell.org Let’s face it: No child wants to come home after seven hours in the classroom only to have to crack open their books once again. However, in most school districts, homework is just a part...
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I wrote this when I was a teacher at a boarding school, which demanded much of my time. Sadly, I needed to juggle time with my daughter and my job, and there was never really enough to go around. Every...
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I got a call recently from a parent of two kids in Fairfield County basically relaying the message that she was “done” with the distance learning for her 3rd and 5th grader. After about 30 minutes of being on a...
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If your family is anything like mine, you are currently caught in the cross-hairs of an advanced state of pandemic fatigue. To boot, many schools have now sent their students home or at least reduced the amount of time they...
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