October parenting class is open – Monroe Times

23 Sep 2006 at 11:10am

October parenting class is open
Monroe Times, WI – 15 hours ago
…. Kay Carter-Heath, director of Christian education and a certified active parenting instructor, parent and step-parent of seven, will lead the class. ….

Group offers parenting skills for those seeking help – Today's Sunbeam

23 Sep 2006 at 3:34am

Group offers parenting skills for those seeking help
Today's Sunbeam, NJ – 23 hours ago
…. FamCare of Salem County, funded by the United Way, offers free parenting classes for at risk parents or parents who feel they need to develop better parenting ….

Women's Safety & Resource Center seeks volunteers – Coos Bay World

23 Sep 2006 at 2:38pm

Women's Safety & Resource Center seeks volunteers
Coos Bay World, OR – 12 hours ago
…. The Coos County Parenting Project is seeking participants in Bandon, Coquille, Myrtle Point and Powers to attend an educators training on Sept. ….

October parenting class is open (Monroe Times)

23 Sep 2006 at 11:14am

MONROE — Active Parenting Now in 3 is a program for parents of children ages 5 to 12. The sessions will be held from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 4, 11 and 18 at St. John's United Church of Christ, Monroe.

Parenting advice from Tom and Ray (The Times of Northwest Indiana)

24 Sep 2006 at 1:30am

Am I a jerk or a genius? My son is now 18, and when he was 15, I wrote him a check for $1,500, postdated three years.

Local writer's 'unadvice book' advocates low-stress parenting (The Herald-Sun)

22 Sep 2006 at 12:21am

Paula Spencer describes her parenting philosophy — Momfidence — as just parenting by the seat of her midrise, stretch "mom jeans." It's about worrying less and winging it more.

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You Don’t Have to Get a Divorce to Have a Parenting Plan

Most states require divorcing couples who have dependent children to come up with a parenting plan. The plan lays out when the kids are with each parent and who is responsible for what. The court has to approve the plan to make sure it is in the best interest of the children. However, you don't have to be divorced to draw up a parenting plan. Parents with more than one child will find a plan very helpful in managing their time, and in consistancy between both parents. READ More on Putting Together A Parenting Plan

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I wanted to do a quick post on a great article I found by Dr. Neill On Keeping your Marriage Boring. Everyone wants an exciting marriage right? Excitement is fine as long as it is within certain boundaries, or rules. Dr. Neill defines those rules as "fidelity, honesty, openness, respect, caring and support". His article really hit home. A marriage can really fall apart if there is not a certain amount of predictability in it. READ More on Should Your Marriage Be Boring?

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by Dr. Caron Goode

Is your child welcomed in groups or is he avoided by many? The option depends on you. Even as adults we know that there are some people whom we meet and interact with in friendly ways and some whom we would like to keep at a distance. It is the general manner in which one conducts oneself in public that dictates whether you are a pleasing personality or a grumpy one. Pleasant people generally have the capability of networking, being good team members, and finding close friends. They’ll perceive others as more co-operative.READ More on Parenting and Coaching Social Skills

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