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Attachment Facilitating Parenting – Parents Article

Many adopted and foster children have had very difficult and painful histories with their first parents. These children have experienced chronic early maltreatment within a caregiving relationship. Such a history can lead to the development of Complex Trauma, disorders of attachment, and Reactive Attachment Disorder. Children with histories of maltreatment, such as physical and psychological neglect, physical abuse, and sexual abuse, are at risk of developing severe psychiatric problems. These children are likely to develop Reactive Attachment Disorder. Approximately 2%…

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Quick Tips to Ease Your Grocery Shopping – Single Dad, Parents Article

By: Coach, on July 4, 2019 We all have to shop for groceries. Are you the kind of person that goes daily, or do you attempt to go once each week? Trips to the grocery store are almost as crucial as trips to work. We all need to eat. Some people have stress when they try and go in without a plan. Creating a routine is a good step. Following a few helpful hints can make your shopping easier on…

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Segate Backup Plus Portable 5 TB review : You need this! | The Wacky Duo – Parents Article

10 years ago, a 10 GB Hard disk would already be an overkill. Today , a normal photo file from a DSLR would be as  big as 0.6 GB per file, making the 10GB storage device obsolete. With the ever increasing demand for memory from photos to music to videos , even a one TB hard disk would not cut it.In most computers today,  it would probably be the norm to find computers coming with one TB specs. Still that…

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Reasons Why Single Parents Should Be Network Marketers – Parents Article

Single parents the world over face the challenges that the lack of another parent brings into any family. These challenges include but are not limited to; lack of a loving partner to share the day’s cares with, lack of enough money to afford their children the kind of life they deserve, lack of time to spend in leisure activities with friends, obsessive worrying about what may or may not happen and no alone time to pursue their preferred personal hobbies.…

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Fostering – A Foster Dads Experience – Parents Article

In the UK, foster dads attend less training, foster carers support groups and foster meetings. Although the majority of foster families include a male foster carer, research by foster organizations finds that male carers often feel undervalued and that their contribution is less important. Michael, a foster dad's perspective Let's face it, women can talk about their feelings much more than men. After our kids left home and the cheering stopped, Julie began to feel at a loose end and…

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Roses – A Dad trying to cope with the loss of his Partner and becoming a single parent. – Single Dad, Parents Article

The rose I bought for my partner just before she left us has sprung into life. Wish she was here to see it. I finally shamed myself into sorting out the garden jungle. Maybe not immaculate but certainly almost passable. Suddenly we have flowers and roses. I had forgotten how many roses we bought before the world changed. I remember the day we finally got our son’s medical diagnosis signed off. It was a bit of a journey to the…

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Parenting Skills II – Formative Years – Parents Article

Child rearing is an experience that makes adults out of grown-up children, called parents. As soon as a child is added in the life of a couple, everything changes. Suddenly, the baby becomes the focus of their lives. Everything revolves around the needs of the baby. The first formative years, from age birth upto five years lay the foundation of the whole life of a child. Mistakes made in child rearing during this time can sometimes be irreversible. One of…

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Words have POWER • Science of Parenting • Iowa State University Extension and Outreach – Parents Article

Sometimes the best blogs come from the hearts of dear friends. A while back a young mom posted this on social media. She has two young children and a heart of gold. I’m sharing this with her permission as food for thought as we kick of a series of blogs about the reality of parenting and how our words have impact. “Words have POWER. Order matters… Happy boy with raised armsThis morning my 4 year old came to me so…

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When a child has 24-7 needs, mothers bear the costs ~ Special needs disability parenting BLOOM – Parents Article

An early photo of two of Sheila Jennings’ childrenBy Louise KinrossAs the mom of a son who had severe asthma and a life-threatening immune condition, Sheila Jennings learned firsthand that it was impossible to work outside the home and tend to her child with complex health needs. “My interest in the support rights of mothers of severely disabled children began after I got divorced and set up my law practice while caring for three children,” she says. “My son missed…

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Missions to the Moon from GoFatherhood® – Single Dad, Parents Article

It’s hard to imagine that it was way back in 1969 that man first stepped foot on the moon and that our last mission to our lunar companion was in 1972. Since then the moon has just sat in the sky, untouched. Imagine how much technology has changed and improved in the intervening 47 years, and yet the most recent footprints on the lunar regolith are from NASA astronauts Eugene Cernan and Harrison Schmitt. The impetus for America to spend…

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