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5 Rules To Follow For A Healthy Co-Parenting Relationship -

5 Rules To Follow For A Healthy Co-Parenting Relationship - | Parenting Skills. | Scoop.it
It's hard co-parenting with your Ex! Need tips for a healthier co-parenting relationship? Co-founder, Teresa Virani, of coparently.com tells here!
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The one thing your teen needs to survive. -

This is one thing that is important for your teens survival. All parents need this. Find out by clicking here. Please 'Like' and Share!
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My 15 year old son refuses to do any homework or study. Here’s Why… -

My 15 year old son refuses to do any homework or study. Here’s Why… - | Parenting Skills. | Scoop.it
Why doesn't your teenage son do his homework or study? Find out here.
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What to do when your kid starts swearing

What to do when your kid starts swearing | Parenting Skills. | Scoop.it
I vaguely remember my son's first crawl, his first steps, and the first time he said mama. But I really remember the first time he swore. - New Zealand Herald

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Teenage Sons's comment, December 2, 2014 4:14 PM
This is a great article because it offers unique suggestions to parent your child if they swear. One suggestion which is great is when the author says, "allow your child to use the swear word within limits." It makes sense and believe it or not your child will find out the words which are offensive.
The article then goes on to talk about how sometimes your child might not understand the meaning of the swear words and can be asked if they know what it means or if they know it hurts people’s feelings.
The last thought sums it up well: “If your kid has developed a nasty potty mouth, you might be wise to try to identify the source of the bad language and limit it.”
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Quick guide: How these 5 parent habits work? -

Successful parents use these habits, do you? 5 habits that can benefit your relationship with your son. Click here and like!
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Why slow parenting your teen is a great idea? -

Ever hear of slow parenting? Well it can help you create a better relationship with your teenager. Click here to check it out.
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Need answers about your teen? Here is one easy tip. -

We all love answers to a question we have no idea how to answer. Well, if you're dealing with a difficult teen, check out this answer.
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Need a coffee? Why parents need to take care of themselves. -

Do you feel stressed from home life and work? Do you make time for yourself? Learn why it's important and what you can do to take care of yourself.
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DivorcedMoms.com | Article

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Are you having challenges with your angry teen son? Here are some steps to creating a better relationship with your teenager.
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If you need to repair your relationship with your teen. Here is a start.

 

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Teenagers Want Face Time More Than Texting Time

Teenagers Want Face Time More Than Texting Time | Parenting Skills. | Scoop.it
Despite all of the technology available to teenagers today, they still prefer meeting IRL to texting and "liking" each others' Facebook statuses. A new study out from Ericsson surveyed 2000 U.S.

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Teenage Sons's comment, September 23, 2014 11:53 AM
It's agreed here that young people want more face time with parents and other adults. I think it's important for parents to know this and act on it. Thanks for the info and getting this out there.
Hanis Mellani's curator insight, January 15, 2015 12:20 AM

Teenagers used social media on their phone to see their friends  frequently rather than meeting them in person.Studies shows that teenagers show their emotions more on the social media. I think that teenagers used social media as their social life as they wanted to escape reality such as stress. They also see social media as their 'world'.

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What advice can a mom give to her teenage son? -

Do you want to give your son something to take with him through out life? Here are some great pieces of advice you can give to your teen son.
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Do we let "school" get in the way of learning?

Do we let "school" get in the way of learning? | Parenting Skills. | Scoop.it
I had some great conversations today in Queensland, Australia about some of the ways we need to change our mindsets about teaching and learning.  A big one that I kept reiterating was how we hold o...

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Ivon Prefontaine's curator insight, December 2, 2014 7:35 PM

This is directed at principals which is all well and fine, but should we not let teaching be included in this conversation. However, many principals, School managers, fled the classroom, did not want to be there in the first place, and spent little time teaching so what should that tell us. We are led down the path that Habermas described and deform the life world and life work of teachers. Everything can be planned.

 

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David W. Deeds's curator insight, December 3, 2014 7:57 AM

Yes, "we" do. ;)

Dennis Swender's curator insight, December 3, 2014 12:15 PM

A principal for whom to need to work

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How Play Wires Kids’ Brains For Social and Academic Success

How Play Wires Kids’ Brains For Social and Academic Success | Parenting Skills. | Scoop.it
Children learn their most important lessons on the playground, not in the classroom, researchers say.

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Adrian Bertolini's curator insight, August 8, 2014 3:27 AM

“The experience of play changes the connections of the neurons at the front end of your brain,” says Sergio Pellis, a researcher at the University of Lethbridge in Alberta, Canada. “And without play experience, those neurons aren’t changed,” he says.

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4 ways to deal with a moody teen without saying a word. -

I'm sure your teen has been moody in the past week. If you're stumped on how to deal with him click here!
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Troubled teen? He need a positive influence? Well, here's an answer. -

Troubled teen? He need a positive influence? Well, here's an answer. - | Parenting Skills. | Scoop.it
Your teen having trouble in school or his grades slipping? Does he need a positive influence? Well, a mentor can help. Here is how to find one.
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Quick Tips: How music can help your teen and you? -

Quick Tips: How music can help your teen and you? - | Parenting Skills. | Scoop.it
Music? Well, here is an easy to settle your teen down. Quick tips for your busy day. 'Like' and share our post! Thank you!
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7 Tips: How to bond with your teen son. -

Great actionable tips to bond with your teen. Do you do these? Click here to find out! Please 'Like' and Share! Thank you!
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5 ways to get cooperation from your teen? -

How can you get cooperation from your teenager? Find out here in 5 easy ways. Share and 'like' our post too!
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How to get your teenager to help around the house. -

Find out how to get your teenager to clean the house. Click here!
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Stop Saying “Boys will be Boys”

Stop Saying “Boys will be Boys” | Parenting Skills. | Scoop.it
I'm just trying to not ruin my two kids while I trek through this adventure of Real Life Parenting.

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Teenage Sons's comment, October 13, 2014 2:12 PM
Great article. I think your straight forward writing is refreshing.
Lon Woodbury's curator insight, October 13, 2014 2:45 PM

Good point here - boys might be more active and rambunctious than girls, but meanness has nothing to do with that and is an equal opportunity problem - with both boys and girls I think in about equal measure being mean. -Lon 

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"I'm a very frustrated single mother." -

Frustrated mom? You're not alone. Check out what this mom is feeling. Helps us out here.
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Starting School Later Makes Teenagers Happier and Smarter

Starting School Later Makes Teenagers Happier and Smarter | Parenting Skills. | Scoop.it
"Making teens start school in the morning is ‘cruel,’ brain doctor claims." So declared a British newspaper headline in 2007 after a talk I gave at an academic conference.

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Lynn Chong's curator insight, June 27, 2013 3:47 AM

The stress of not having enough sleep

Teenage Sons's comment, September 23, 2014 12:11 PM
I think we all wished this article came out when we were in school. Thanks for the info. Maybe we'll see this in more schools.
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Do you handle your defiant teen like this? -

Do you handle your defiant teen like this? - | Parenting Skills. | Scoop.it
How do you deal with your defiant teen? Let us know if you do these.
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Do you think you're an "Askable" Parent? -

Do you think you're an "Askable" Parent? - | Parenting Skills. | Scoop.it
Do you think you're "Askable"? Find out here if your teen can ask you questions or not.
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Top Ten Tips for developing a Growth Mindset in your Classroom | Where's your head at?

Top Ten Tips for developing a Growth Mindset in your Classroom | Where's your head at? | Parenting Skills. | Scoop.it

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Adrian Bertolini's curator insight, August 11, 2014 4:50 AM

Some nice imagery and tips about developing a growth mindset

Teenage Sons's comment, August 14, 2014 8:05 PM
Great words! This is an important message.