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If your children spend most of their time in other people's houses, you're lucky; if they all congregate at your house, you're blessed. ~Mignon McLaughlin, The Second Neurotic's Notebook, 1966


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Parent talk: Challenging behaviour PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Sheila O'Malley   

Do your children drive you mad? Do they squabble, throw tantrums, enjoy too much screen time and generally make your life difficult?

These are normal family challenges but to deal with them effectively requires a new approach. There are two main reasons for problem behaviour; a feeling of not being loved enough and low self-esteem.

The cause of children's challenging behaviours is usually found in relationships; and the cure is relationships. Your child may need to feel loved, valued and accepted.

Violators of child rights - Todays India PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Siddharth Murarka   

In india the judicary is there to protect the basic human rights of every citizen. but the reality is that they have failed to protect the same. an adult can go to court of law and ask for justice but can a child of 3-4 years do it? does that child know his/her rights?

I am talking about millions of children who are victims of divorce laws. The parents fight for custody… give custody and take custody… deny access and ask access as if the child is their property…

The fact is that a custodian is responsible for bringing up the child to adulthood in best possible manner. a child has a right of getting in custody of the parent who can give the child the best. the child has right to access both parents and grand parent has a right to forego custody as it is not a right but responsibilty.a child has a right to get custody reviewed from time to time.

Child Custody, Access And Parental Responsibility: Search for Equitable Standard PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Edward Kruk, M.S.W., Ph.D.   

Child custody and access law and policy remain among the most contentious areas of family law and family practice. A rights-based discourse dominates the field; as Mason (1994) has argued, the “best interests of the child” standard has historically reflected a struggle between mothers’ and fathers’ rights, with children’s needs considered to be commensurate with either position. Children are viewed at different times as fathers’ property, as requiring the “tender care” of mothers, and as rightfully “belonging” to one or the other parent.

Read the Executive Summary and the Full Paper here.

What's a divorced dad to do? PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Jason Aulicino   

If you have divorced in the state of Oregon and are the non-custodial parent, then you probably have experienced first-hand the inequity that exists in divorce and child custody cases. If you are the father who has gone through the courts in a custody dispute, nine times out of ten you will not be allowed full custody.

The child custody law in Oregon states that if one parent doesn't agree to all stipulations of a joint custody arrangement, a judge cannot award joint custody and therefore must award sole custody to one parent.

Shared Parenting: Where Australia Leads, will the U.S. Follow? PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Glenn Sacks   

This is a good article and not just because it seems to herald a good new direction in Australian Family Law, although it seems to portend exactly that (The Australian, 4/2/09).

As I've written about before, Australian family law changed under the Howard government to promote greater access to their children by fathers.  The new law establishes the presumption that it is in the child's best interests for parents to have equal responsibility in parenting.  That holds true unless violence or abuse can be demonstrated.

The article throws new light on a case that I've discussed and that's gotten a lot of attention in the Australian press.  In it, a father successfully got primary custody changed to him, not because of overt neglect or abuse on the part of the mother, but because of the declining regard his daughter seemed to have for him.  That moved some to claim that the new law required parents not simply to refrain from denigrating the other parent but to affirmatively encourage the child's relationship with the other parent.

Call Out Boston Herald on Misleading, Anti-Father Child Abuse Story PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Glenn Sacks   

In Marie Szaniszlo's Abuse: ‘Almost an epidemic’ Economy likely tied to caregivers’ stress (Boston Herald, 3/8/09) she writes:

As the economy worsens, straining some parents to the breaking point, child abuse in the Hub has soared, statistics show.

From Jan. 1 to March 1, the Suffolk District Attorney’s Office had 256 child abuse cases, more than double the 105 it handled during the same period in 2008.


10 Tips to Strengthen Families PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Robin McClure   

Build/Maintain a Positive Parent-Child Relationship

Just like with any relationship, building a positive relationship between parent and child is one that requires work and effort to make it strong and successful. Parenting is a tough job, and maintaining close relationships and open communications helps to ensure parents and their children stay connected through all ages of their upbringing. Here are 10 simple tips for enhancing the bond between parent and child.

1. Say I Love You

Tell your child you love him every day -- no matter his age. Even on trying days or after a parent-child disagreement, when you don't exactly "like your child" at that moment, it is more important than ever to express your love. A simple "I love you" goes a long way toward developing and then strengthening a relationship.

A father's parenting blog PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Annalyn S. Jusay   

Fatherblogger dot com is a site that deals with parenting and family tips, from the viewpoint of a man. Behind this is Angel Cuala whose life is colorful enough to fill up a blog. He's proud to say that he's a self-made street child who started working at the tender age of ten and then continuing to work, until he finished an electronics engineering course. He's also a product of a broken family who now has a happy family of his own.

He started to blog in the middle of 2007, as a fulfillment of a childhood dream.

Child Custody after Divorce PDF Print E-mail
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Written by CRISP Admin   

Final custody placement distributions

United States Michigan
1989 1990 1989 1990
Sole possession to mother 72.0% 72.5% 76.4% 73.9%
Sole possession to father 9.6% 10.3% 9.5% 11.2%
Joint possession 17.2% 15.7% 12.5% 14.2%
Possession to other person(s) 1.2% 1.4% 1.6% 0.7%
* Based on 15 reporting States in 1989 and 19 reporting States in 1990.

Child Custody Rights PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Divorce Lawyer Source   

Child custody rights are awarded to parents, step-parents, grandparents, and other legal guardians as determined by a family court judge. Legal judgments in child custody rights cases favor biological parents who are deemed suitable guardians. Child custody rights are awarded based on the best interests of the children involved. Child custody rights and responsibilities detail who will have legal and physical custody of the child. Child support payments will also be determined where applicable in child custody rights cases.

Child custody rights may be shared by both parents or, primary child custody rights may be awarded to one parent or legal guardian. Since the 1970s the family court will award child custody rights contingent with the best interests of the child. In the past, family courts used to favor mothers in child custody rights cases. This bias is still held by some family law judges though they will always make a fair assessment of a child's best interests when determining child custody rights.

SAD NEWS: Registered CRISP Member Commits Suicide PDF Print E-mail
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Written by CRISP Admin   

A Sad DemiseAn Extremely unfortunate incident has shocked the whole CRISP organization today.

Syed Makhdoom, a registered member of CRISP, was fighting to see his son since a long time. And this heavily biased judicial system along with his con-wife tortured him so much that he committed suicide today leaving a suicide note. He has clearly mentioned in his suicide note that his estranged wife is responsible for this unfortunate event, as she did not even let him see his dear son for so long. The Suicide Note is currently in possession of the Police and we hope that the obvious guilty are brought to justice ASAP.

May his Soul Rest in Peace.

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