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A recent study by Queendom.com and PsychTests.com indicates that child-rearing requires a combination of both love and firmness; focusing on just one creates an unhealthy balance. Montreal,
A new study in the journal PLOS ONE has reached the same conclusion that many of us have intuited after watching the reality show “Toddlers and Tiaras”: some parents see their children as a means for fulfilling their own unrealized ambitions or desires.
Who or what is to blame for the US rampage of mass shootings? Guns? Mental illness? The culprit, says Bonnie Harris at Connective Parenting, is our American culture of punishment.
Wondering why your toddler is acting up?
A study by researchers at the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine and The University of Minnesota indicates that a parent's weight change is a key contributor to the success of a child's weight loss in family-based treatment of childhood obesity.
The Eastern view of parenting, as defined by best-selling author and self-described “tiger mother” Amy Chua, is that children should be pushed to excel at all costs. Parents needn’t worry about their happiness, she argues, only their success.
When it comes to rearing children, just about any parent will say that what works with one kid might not work with another.
Young adults who had their social interactions monitored by parents of the opposite gender with specific parenting styles may be less likely to experience alcohol-related problems, according to a new study.
Young adults whose parents monitor their social interactions may be less likely to display impulsive behavior traits and to have alcohol-related problems, a new study suggests.
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