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Your Parenting Style May Affect Your Teen’s Driving by RaisingTeens Posted Tue 20 Oct 2009 12:00am Oct 20, 2009 by Joe Keenan | Categories , , , , Parents have a big impact on the safety of teen drivers, according to an article in Healthday which highlights two recent studies published in the journal Pediatrics last month. Parents who set rules and boundaries , and follow up on these rules, seem ... Read on »
Parenting with Love & Logic: Review by flakymn Posted Sun 28 Oct 2012 6:02am I just finished the book Parenting with Love & Logic  by Foster Cline & Jim Fay.  I ... loved ... it. Here is what I loved. They presented what JB and I have attempted to do with our children from the moment they were born. But we didn't know exactly why we were doing it or how  to do it ... exactly. It solidified the approach to paren ... Read on »
Controlling Parents More Likely to Have Delinquent Children by Kathy J. Patient Expert Posted Fri 10 Feb 2012 1:43pm Image: Creative Commons dr_XeNo Authoritarian parents whose child-rearing style can be summed up as “it’s my way or the highway” are more likely to raise disrespectful, delinquent children who do not see them as legitimate authority figures than authoritative parents who listen to their children and gain their respect and trust, acc ... Read on »
Parenting : The way you interact with your kid by My Lovely Grandma Posted Sun 11 Oct 2009 10:02pm Research shows that there are four predominant styles of parenting: permissive, authoritarian, authoritative and uninvolved. Identify your style, examine others and adopt one that you think will benefit your children. Permissive parenting: Parents of this type are tolerant and generous towards their children, sometimes to a fault. They gi ... Read on »
Can Aspies Make Good Parents? - Part 1 by Gavin B. Facebook Posted Sat 20 Jun 2009 12:00am Introduction With all the negative things being said about aspergers on the internet, you could be forgiven for thinking that they make terrible parents. It's not true. In general, aspies make no better or no worse parents than neurotypicals. Everyone is different and everyone selects their own parenting style. A lot of things af ... Read on »
Finding the Parenting Style Most Effective for Your Teen by Vanessa Van Petten Patient Expert Posted Wed 07 Apr 2010 11:10pm Hello there! If you are new here, you might want to for updates on this topic. Powered by WP Greet Box WordPress Plugin Michael is a 17 – year-old from Orange County, CA. He is a social entrepreneur, public speaker, and truly enjoys helping other’s better understand teen related issues. What does a 17- ... Read on »
Strict, Lax, or Flexible Parenting Styles? by Dr. Kalea Chapman Doctor of Psychology Posted Wed 03 Dec 2008 1:44pm 1 Comment Popular, popular, popular. For some reason, this is consistently the most popular post on this blog.  I guess there are a lot of parents out there with questions. Perhaps it’s that parents, lacking a clear sense of what is the “right” way to parent, turn to books. Unfortunately parenting books so often tell you that there is only one way to p ... Read on »
Disposable Diapers to Manage Bedwetting With Older Children and Teenagers by Colin Ellison Posted Sun 14 Nov 2010 8:53am The most commonly used disposable garments used to manage bedwetting with older children and teenagers are "Goodnites" and pull-ups. "Goodnites" were introduced into the market place several years ago for older children and teenagers with bedwetting problems because it was thought that this style of garment would be less stigmatizing to wear. The ... Read on »
Parenting Teens and Parents Week by Valerie O. Posted Fri 26 Oct 2012 7:00pm With the intentions of getting ahead in this game of 'parenting teens' lark, I've recently attended a school-run parents information evening and have also embarked on a 5 week local parish-run parenting course. I mean business, you see! The information evening was interesting as is the course, the latter fleshing out the golden nuggets of the ... Read on »
Child development and parent-child relationships in assisted reproduction families by Gail Sexton Anderson Posted Thu 18 Jun 2009 10:12am Child development and parent-child relationships in assisted reproduction families Jennifer Readings, Centre for Family Research, Cambridge University 01 August 2008 New item icon The recent presentation of our interim findings for our study of assisted reproduction families, at the ESHRE annual meeting in Barcelona in July, has genera ... Read on »