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There's nothing quite like mom guilt; from discipline to nutrition, it's easy to feel like you're not doing it right. Parenting is hard! Give yourself a break and try not to worry about these typical mama stressors.
From biting to throwing food, some child milestones can be really grating. Read on to learn why kids do them—and what you can do about it.
Spanking children is an ineffective and harmful discipline tactic, but what about raising your voice? Yelling at kids may be more harmful than you think.
As the weather warms, little ones seem unable to concentrate on school work. Get our tips for taming spring fever, and helping kids keep calm and carry on.
Whether you call it slow parenting, simplicity parenting or free-range parenting, this article will teach you what it's all about.
You've yelled, scolded, bribed and pleaded, yet your child still drags her feet at every simple request. Chore times and homework sessions become a battleground where you both lose. What can you do to motivate kids?

Numerous studies have found that the most effective parenting model is an authoritative one—firm, but loving. Authoritative parents have a high level of involvement, but allow their kids to make choices and face the consequences. As kids get older, parents gradually give more freedom.

Read on to find some specific strategies for motivating kids that fit within the authoritative parenting model.
Here are a few parenting strategies that will help your preschooler make better choices.
While there is no one right method to deal with whining, back talk, or bad behavior, the approach you take can shape a child in subtle ways.
In 1966, an American developmental psychologist named Diana Baumrind described three parenting styles that are still used today to categorize parenting. In 1983, Maccoby and Martin added a fourth. Read on for a handy explanation of each style and how they affect children.
If you're like many parents, you know that time-out doesn't always work like it's supposed to. So why not take a time out from time-out and try something new?
Here are some essential tips on how to discipline your child positively and effectively.
Fractions are an important math concept that can be fun to learn and easy to practice at home.
Should parents expect the same level of discipline out of their children over the summer months?
'Go to your room' are four of the most common words a stressed parent says to their kid during a naughty episode. Isolation may be instinct, but does time out discipline really work? Find out now.
Toddlers are known for being uncooperative and fiercely independent. Tame your tiny tyrant with these helpful 'No-Cry Discipline' tips to promote cooperation.
A list of five principles of behavior management that professionals should follow to assist children in displaying behaviors that are conducive to learning.
Guidelines on fifteen ways parents can have positive interactions with their children. Parents need to guide, support, lead, and teach their children.
The early childhood years means an onslaught of the 'big three' discipline problems. Stop tantrums, fussing, and whining with these 'No Cry Discipline' tips.
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