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Child Independence: Don’t Carry Their Schoolbag!

January 20th, 2011 Posted in Parenting Kids

Boy Carry School Bag, Democratic ParentingI was on the train. The sight of a domestic helper carrying the kids’ schoolbags caught my eyes. The two kids looked like they’re 7-9 years old and totally capable of carrying their own schoolbags. This is probably a culture created from home and the most common sight in the society. Read more »

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Parenting Miracle Tool: When Hugs Do Wonders

January 18th, 2011 Posted in Parenting Kids Tags:

Mother hugs daughterI’ve never been hugged by my parents since young until I turned 23 and I was about to leave Malaysia for Singapore, my parents gave me a big hug. Words can’t explain how I feel but tears seems to be forming from my throat as i recall this.

Ever since, I told myself when I have kids one day, I’ll never miss out this bonding miracle action. I’m serious about this. Hugs are real natural medicine. Whether your kid is 3months or 30 years old, hugging is an exceptionally good way to bond. Read more »

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Motherhood Is Not for Everyone, Is It?

January 16th, 2011 Posted in Motherhood

Tired, Stressed MotherAlmost every young girl is made to believe that they will eventually get married and and become a mother one day.

The truth about motherhood is that it bears mountain of responsibilities and not every girl is born to become a mother. At least, some have the potential to learn.

Do you remember the incident that happened late last year? A young mother, Alexander V. Tobias, who killed her 3 month old baby because his cries interrupted her Farmville game. Read more »

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When Children Gets Aggressive, Parents Are to Take Action

January 10th, 2011 Posted in Parenting Kids Tags:

Kids are kids because they are not grown up. It takes time for their physical and mental to mature. While they are growing, children will display the most unacceptable behavior such as biting, hitting or screaming. How do you think you can get help with such behavior? Read more »

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Dealing with Child Temper Tantrums from Toddler to Pre-teen

January 5th, 2011 Posted in Kids Behavior Tags: ,



Dealing with Child Temper Tantrums from Toddler to Pre-teenWhy are temper tantrums so difficult for parents to handle? Besides the fact that they’re loud, annoying and embarrassing, we often feel it’s our job requirement to make our kids act the way we feel they should behave. If we can’t do that, we feel ineffective. We also don’t like the judgments that we imagine others are making of us when our kids are out of control. We don’t know what to do, but feel we must do something—after all, we are the parents. Read more »

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The Happy Child Guide – A Must-Have Latest Edition

Happy FamilyThe Happy Child Guide is proudly replaced by DEMOCRATIC PARENTING from Mar 2012.

It’s official. The Happy Child Guide has published its 4th edition. Released in 2010 with 80 pages more as compared to the 3rd edition bringing it to a total of 179 pages of non-stop comprehensive parenting tips. Read more »

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How to Change a Misbehaving Child to a Happy Child in 21 days

January 2nd, 2011 Posted in Parenting Kids Tags:

The Happy Child

The Happy Child Guide is now proudly replaced by DEMOCRATIC PARENTING since Mar 2012.

Author: Matt Barnes

Are you frustrated, exhausted and out of patience trying to deal with a misbehaving and a non obedient child? As a parent of two young children myself believe me when I say this, I can relate to your frustrations! Some days are better than others! We all want our days to go smoother and our children to behave well. Just Read more »

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The Happy Child Guide – How To Get Any Child To Listen & Be Respectful

December 31st, 2010 Posted in Parenting Kids Tags:
The Happy Child Guide

Best Selling Parenting eBook

Do you struggle to discipline a child that doesn’t listen?

At Last… A Simple New Guide reveals why your child misbehaves and teaches you how to stop your child’s defiant, out of control behavior
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If you’re ready to try something totally different that actually WORKS to get stubborn defiant kids to stop arguing and to listen to you without screaming or punishing, then read below… Read more »

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