Latest Parenting styles Stories
LOS ANGELES, March 4, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- The key to having a successful marriage, getting your teenager to talk to you, or stopping inevitable toddler tantrums may start from within yourself.
Research by PsychTests.com indicates that using an Authoritarian parenting style, characterized by strict boundaries but little encouragement and support, can do much more harm than good.
Drawing on the groundbreaking emotional work of Ryan Moalemi, this workshop offers caregivers cutting-edge training to meet their child’s important emotional needs San
A novel approach has been developed to assist the caregivers of children with ADHD in achieving best parenting practices while dealing with different manifestations of the condition.
Over the years, many studies have shown that breastfed children score higher on IQ tests, and perform better in school. None of those studies, however, has been able to show why this is true.
Children around the world who grow up in dangerous neighborhoods exhibit more aggressive behavior.
Dr. Joanne Wendt, a psychologist practicing in San Diego, is providing tips to help parents raise successful, independent children.
Are so-called “helicopter parents” or “tiger moms” benefiting from caring for their developing child? Or are they self-centered “Mommy Dearests” – pushing their child to make up for their own unhappiness?
A new study indicates that harsh verbal discipline could aggravate problem behavior in children just as badly as physical discipline.
A new literature review of dozens of studies, performed by Hebrew University of Jerusalem, used more than 14,600 pairs of twins to reveal that children's genetics significantly affect how they are parented.
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