Parenting can be hard and stressful if it doesn't turn out the way you wanted it to be. Parenting books and other resources on the internet will help parents deal with many of their parenting problems.

Where to Look for the Perfect Parenting Resource

By Veronica Fisher -- All parents need a good parenting resource of their own. Since parenting is such a tough occupation a parenting resource can help make things easier for any parent. How and where can a parent find a relevant parenting resource? There is no one sure and perfect parenting resource for everyone. A parent may have to determine for himself/herself which parenting resource is helpful and applicable. There are however specific areas where one can get a... more

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Positive Parenting Tips - How To Give Your Child The Spirit Of Christmas

By Deanna Mascle -- I am the mother of a 6-year-old so I know full well how wild children become when caught up in the full Christmas frenzy. There is the never-ending list of "I want" items from catalogs, television commercials, and random store spottings. There is the sneaking around to find hidden gifts or fondle those already wrapped under the tree. There is the high spirits and wild behavior that come from increased sugar intake on top of... more

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Parents Leave Your Emotional Baggage at the Door

By Elena Neitlich -- It is important for us as parents to be aware of the emotional baggage that we bring from childhood into our children's lives. Divorce, abuse, bullying, abandonment, neglect and the many other bad experiences one can have in childhood, often spill over into adulthood, and can have a drastic effect on how adults shape their children. It is hard enough to navigate through childhood without having to shoulder the hurt, anger and frustration of one's... more

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Parenting Perfectionist Young Athletes

By Dr. Patrick J. Cohn and Lisa Cohn -- Often, parents worry about young athletes who are hard on themselves, become easily frustrated, and take disappointment home with them. You're likely familiar with these types of athletes. They're perfectionists. Athletes who are perfectionists criticize themselves for making mistakes, often hold very high expectations for themselves, and get frustrated easily after making mistakes. All three of these traits go hand in hand. On the positive side, these athletes have a strong work ethic, are committed... more

Parent's Involvement in Children's Education

By Alex Martin -- This helps the child to practice all sorts of language comprehending skills at the school. The results show a remarkably positive behavior at the school and with peers. Two parenting processes namely the Supportive Parenting (SP) and Harsh Parenting (HP) helped a lot in the research of parental involvement in their children's education. By adjusting the levels of supportive parenting, different levels of successful outcomes were observed. Supportive parenting in even kindergarten students yielded positive... more