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Parenting Tip – Understand Your Child’s Body Language – Parents Article

Understand your child’s body language:- Body language is explained as “the gestures, movements, and mannerism by which a person or animal communicates with others” or the non-verbal signals like facial expression, gestures, para linguistic, body language, posture, proxemics, eye gaze and haptics that we use to communicate. Para linguistic includes tone of voice, loudness, inflection, and pitch; whereas; Haptics consists of communicating through touch. More than 70 percent of our communication with kids is non-verbal and hence it’s vital to…

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How to Begin Praying in Tongues According to the Bible – Parents Article

  How to Begin Praying in Tongues According to the Bible “But you, beloved, keep building up yourselves on your most holy faith, praying in the Holy Spirit.” ‭‭(Jude‬ ‭1:20‬ ‭WEB‬‬)There’s faith, and then there’s a “most holy faith”.Holy means to be set apart. When we pray in the Holy Spirit, also known as praying in tongues, we are using a “most holy faith”.It is a faith that is uncorrupted by worldly beliefs, unhindered by our mind’s tendency to produce unbelief…

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Inside Martyn’s Thoughts: My Little Chef – Single Dad, Parents Article

We made homemade burgers last week. It was a simple recipe with pork mince, onion and some peppers.  Whilst making them Will raised a question: Would a stuffing mixture taste good as a burger? Well, as always, there was only one way to find out. So this week we gave it a try.  Ingredients Pork Mince 2 Apples 2 Onions  Sage Salt Pepper Bread rolls Cheese Resources Cutting Board Sharp Knife Large bowl   Grill pan Utensils Cookie cutter Spatula…

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Brave Steps in the Storm — SingleMomzRock – Single Mum, Parents Article

It’s been quite some time since my last blog submission. I last wrote about maintaining gratitude, even in the storms of life. Y’all, I fell, and I fell hard. I have entered a season of trial upon trial and hardship after hardship. Quite literally, I feel as though I am living out some soap opera or Life Time Movie Event, that you seriously think, how in the world did the writers come up with stuff because it is soooo fake.…

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Here Are Three Activities To Help Foster A Positive Attitude In Children – Parents Article

We have seen our society change dynamically over the years. The world is filled with negativity, violence, and suffering. The only trait that can a difference is; positive attitude. We all know it is almost impossible to control every event in your life, but you can always control your reactions to the happening around you. This optimism drives you to take up the challenges coming your way. When children develop a positive attitude in early stages of life, it becomes…

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Taking Control Of Your Divorce: Shouldn’t You Be In The Driver’s Seat? – Single Mum, Parents Article

  “He left with no notice. I had no idea he even wanted a divorce but I will be fine. I’ve hired a divorce attorney, one with vast experience in family law and I know he will take care of me and my legal rights.” I recently heard these words from a therapy client I’m working with. She has an attorney and, in her mind, she will be “fine.” It’s a thought process shared by many going through the divorce…

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Children’s Playtime Problems – Advice For Parents and Carers – Parents Article

Problems during playtime may arise out of nowhere and it can be difficult to know how to deal with them. This article offers parents and carers some tips on resolving problems that arise. Regarding toddlers it may often be the case that a conflict will arise spontaneously without consideration or thinking. They often act on impulse and act out physically, being unable to use words to resolve difficulties. Also they do not consider the effect their actions may have on…

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How to Support a Friend Through Miscarriage, Stillbirth or Infant Loss – Parents Article

The day my best friend called to tell me that her baby had died is etched into my memory. We’ve been friends since we were four years old – raised our Cabbage Patch Kids together, took the babysitting course side by side, and grew into young women who sometimes wondered what life might be like if we had kids of our own one day. In all our years of friendship, we never imagined the day when her baby would become…

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Love Is Action: Change Your World With Love by Rhonda Sciortino – Foster Parents Article

Love changes people and circumstances. If you doubt that, consider the first timeyou heard, “I love you,” or “will you marry me,” or “I choose YOU.” The feeling of being loved and valued, even cherished, changes us. You might even say it completes us.Conversely, feeling unloved and unwanted changes us too. The feeling of beingunloved may be the worst emotion a person can feel. It makes you feel empty, like a big part of you is missing. Actually, it is.…

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