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How To Effectively Submit a Teacher Complaint About Unfair Teachers

Ever feel frustrated by your child's school? Are they not receiving the right care from their Teachers? Do you feel frustrated with the School, Teacher(s) and or Principal and want to know how to have your concerns taken seriously? This article tells you exactly what you needs to do to make sure your child gets the VIP treatment at school!

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The Obnoxious Child: When an Audience Makes Behavior Worse

Does your child’s behavior become more obnoxious, demanding and “smart-alecky” when he has an audience? Some kids just seem to “step up the show” as soon as their friends come over. You’ll see this happening with both kids who are occasionally out of line, and those who are obnoxious chronically.

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15 Common Myths About Child Custody

There are many misconceptions about child custody not only in Fort Worth but the entire world. Some divorcing parents are forced to believe in such myths because they are very common to a point many people think they are facts.

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Quit Smoking

Even if no one smokes in your home, don't forget to speak to your child's caretakers (baby-sitters, relatives, friends' parents, neighbors, a parent who carpools and smokes in the car) about the importance of avoiding environmental tobacco smoke. Identify other places where your child may be exposed to tobacco smoke.

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The Adopted Child: Trauma and Its Impact

Many adoptive families struggle for years to create the peaceful family of which they had dreamed. Regrettably, one of the main barriers preventing such family harmony is one of the least understood when it comes to understanding the plight of the adopted child. That barrier is trauma.

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Helping Children to Cope with Divorce

If you are a ... parent facing the ... of divorce, a prime concern will be helping your child cope with the process. If, on the other hand you are a parent who believes that old chestnut

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Music - a great tool to develop your child's intelligence

Whether you have high ... for your child in the area of music or not, learning and ... to music is highly ... for your child. It is common for mothers of very young children to

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Gut Check: Do You Tiptoe around Your Child?

“It was always like walking on eggshells around here. Very tense,” says Josephine, mother of 17-year-old Jamie. “She was totally disrespectful and condescending and I was ready to throw her out.” Josephine recalls how her “blood was always boiling” at home because her daughter’s unending anger stoked her own anger, and she dreaded the next behavioral eruption. “I would ask her to do things rather than tell her to do things just so I wouldn’t set her off. I’d get drawn into these screaming matches and the ‘Why? Why? Why?’ Now that I’ve realized how I need to be communicating with her, and what to say to her, I haven’t raised my voice and we haven’t argued in weeks.”

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Give Your Child a Jump Start on Reading

As a parent you do not have to be a reading expert to give your child a jump start in becoming a reader. However, I hope you are not waiting until the child is about to start school before making read

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A complete guide for parents to choose the best toys for their children.

Do you remember how it was when you where a child? What was your main ... Was it working? Of course not. Your main activity was playing. You had no ... You needed toys and your parents wh

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Immunizations

Many parents are confused about childhood and adolescent immunizations. This is a basic guide to help parents understand more about vaccines.

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Motivating Underachievers: When Your Child Says I Don't Care

Are you facing the new school year with dread because you have an unmotivated or underachieving teen or pre-teen? Is your child’s answer to everything, “I don’t care” or “It doesn’t matter?” In Part I of this two-part series, James Lehman, MSW explains why your child does have motivation—and how you can coach them to better behavior.

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Working and Parenting - Part Four

This article covers: Too Sick to Attend Day Care? How to Tell, Who Plays Nurse When Baby Is Sick? and Sick-leave benefits. I hope you found all the previous parts to this article and can now put all this information together and enjoy the benefits of the information provided.

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Tips To Handle Your Child’s Bad Grades

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