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100% citizens say NO to FATHERLESS society PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Crusader   

Bangalore: In an unprecedented display of solidarity for fathers, Bangalore citizens aired their bold views. On the eve of Father’s Day i.e. 19thJune, 2010 Bangalore Mirror had carried an article titled – “Oh my sleeping child” which also carried a poll with it.

The poll read,

Should society be sensitized to the plight of dads who have no access to their kids?

The result of the poll was a sweeping 100% response in favor of the sensitization. All those who participated in the poll felt such a sensitization was the need of the hour.

What I’ve Learned Raising a Daughter (Thus Far) PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Schaefer   

I’m not going to lie, when I first heard that we were having a girl, a small tinge of disappointment hit me; I’d really been hoping for a boy.  I know, turn me in for the jerk-of-the-year award.  It wasn’t that I didn’t want a girl, it was just that I didn’t know how I would relate to, or help raise a sex that preferred tea parties to a rugby match.

It was easy to imagine how I would bring up a boy.  Strict discipline mixed with love and honor, lessons of wilderness survival, famous battles, endless wrestling matches and instruction in being a gentleman.  A girl on the other hand?  The idea terrified me.  Pictures of puberty, boy band concerts, awkward dad moments and an embarrassed/annoyed daughter helped convince me that I wasn’t cut out for the task of raising a daughter.

Why nursery schools are bad for little boys PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Sue Palmer   

Nurseries are rearing ‘sadder, more stressed and aggressive children’. Sue Palmer says boys need more personal attention

It is one of life’s little ironies that, just as neuroscience has confirmed the huge importance of attachment in early learning, the people who once selflessly took on the role of faithful assistants to each generation are no longer available to do the job. Women, released from their traditional roles as helpmates and home-makers, have now left home in their millions to join men in the workplace.

It’s not been easy for them. Many have found themselves dreadfully torn between the competing demands of work and childcare — even Madonna once got quite tearful about it in a television interview. On the one hand, there’s the huge cultural pull of economic freedom and self-realisation, the ultimate prize of success and status in a man’s world after millennia of unsung martyrdom. On the other, there’s the deep biological urge to nurture one’s offspring.

Dealing with nelgect PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Child, Youth & Family   

Every year, thousands of New Zealand children are affected by neglect. Neglect is too important to ignore. Because neglect is a hidden problem, it can easily be ignored. Although its effects may not be as obvious as other forms of child abuse, neglect causes serious and lasting damage to children. The whole community is responsible for protecting children, and if we want to do something about neglect, it means we must first recognise that neglect is a serious issue.

What is neglect?

Child neglect is the failure to meet a child’s essential needs through inadequate parenting and lack of responsibility.

Creating a Parenting Plan For Shared Parenting PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Chloe Nelsun   

Recently a friend of mine got a divorce. She and her (now ex) husband have two little girls ages 6 and 9. My friend and the girls' dad decided that they wanted to try a shared parenting arrangement in raising their girls. I was talking to her a few weeks ago and I asked her how the shared parenting was going. She told me that it was a little rocky at first, but now things are going a lot smoother. She then told me that creating a solid parenting plan was the key to successful shared parenting. She said that since they finished and implemented the parenting plan, both parents know what is going on and the schedule has been much easier to manage. She also said it was much more stable for the girls because they had a steady and reliable schedule--and they were able to see both parents. While we were discussing this, my friend and I came up with some ideas of how to create a parenting plan. Here are three suggestions that we came up with.

Advantages of Joint Custody PDF Print E-mail
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Written by ANCPR   
  • Child snatching Virtually eliminated through joint custody.
  • Child support: Only 6% - 7% delinquency in joint custody, compared to 50% - 72% in sole.
  • Children's emotional-psychological adjustment Tested demonstrably better in joint custody.
  • Cooperative support agreements 78% of amount due is paid, less than 50% when litigated.
  • Relitigation rate Almost half (for joint custody) that of sole custody.
  • Fewer contempts Sole custody produces twice as much punitive legal action.
  • Three times greater payment, voluntarily, of extras Camps, music, allowances, payments, etc.
Effective Parenting PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Kerala Online   

Being an effective parent is a very challenging task. Parents are always expected to be fair, just and always right .They are expected to be loving and caring at all times.

Most parents would put their kid’s welfare over their own whatever be the cost. Parenting is not just about motherly or fatherly instincts but it is about effective parenting.

Since the future of their children is in the hands of parents, they should do everything possible to give only the best in the world that they can to their children. The most important thing to be remembered by parents is the fact that all kids need encouragement and praise while growing up. This makes them strive to do better the next time around. It also shows that what they are doing is being appreciated and admired by people who matter to them the most.

Is Boarding School Right for Your Child? PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Casey L. Holley   

As a parent, making the decision to send your child to boarding school is very difficult. The first step is deciding if your child will thrive at one of these types of schools. To do this, you must first understand the differences between the two types of boarding schools: traditional and therapeutic.

Boarding School Options
A traditional boarding school is a good option for children who are already motivated to learn. Some of these schools have a specific subject focus, such as math or music.

A therapeutic boarding school is a good option for children who have behavior problems, such as skipping school or being disruptive in class. Most of these schools have classes every day about dealing with emotions. These classes are held in addition to regular school classes.

Travelling Abroad With An Infant - Increasing The Comfort Zone PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Marijke Walker   

Prior to Mikaila Willow Moon’s birth when I was 28, I had roamed the Earth for around seven years.  I thrived on the encounters and experiences that a simple backpack and map provided and wanted to instill a similar appreciation and love of our world’s diversity and beauty in the heart of my child.  Fate intervened and answered my dreams unexpectedly.  When I was 8 months pregnant in June 1997, another driver crashed into my parked car; it was a write-off.  I traded in my insurance payout for a cheaper car and with the difference, I had enough money for an airline ticket and spending money for an international holiday when Mikaila was 9 months old.

Friends and peers PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Dr Robert Needlman and Dr Laura Jana   

At one time or another, most children come home dejected and announce that ‘nobody likes me’. Usually, these moments of discouragement pass by quickly. An incident at school or on the bus may make your child feel friendless, but he really isn't, and soon he is back having fun.

What these ‘friendless’ moments reveal is how very important friendships are to children. They mean much more than just having fun, although that is, of course, the main reason children have friends. When children are having trouble with friendships, they feel miserable. It undercuts their self-confidence and self-esteem. Parents, too, often worry: ‘What's wrong with my child that other children don't like him?’

Ignoramus parents harming child/parent relationships PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Framed Father   

Lately I have been getting quite a few emails from parents (mostly fathers of course) who are asking what to do about their ex’s not complying with parenting plan final orders, such as; not allowing full visitation, not allowing phone calls, etc.

Some of these parents are telling me they are going to their local courthouses and asking for help or contacting certain court officials seeking help only to be told, “sorry, can’t help ya”.

Well, they are not blowing smoke in your face, they can’t help you nor do they want to help you. Most attorneys won’t help you either nor really want to get involved, unless of course you throw thousands of dollars down on the table first. Even then they will grab your money and put it in their bank account and slowly forget about you. Why should they be concerned, it’s not their life or their children they are fighting for.

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