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... This may sound bad, but it may not take long before your destructive child gets the picture. ... (5 replies)
... I'm at a complete loss, as is my husband, on how to deal with this situation. I'll try to be brief. All input is welcome. Thank you. ... (4 replies)
... the outside unattended. Children will try parents to see just how far they can push them. Boundaries have to be set at an early age, Kids like routine, they need a structured environment. Giving small tasks and feeling that they are contributing to the settling in to the new home will go a long way. ... (7 replies)

... I find myself feeling sadness for everyone in your family. It sounds like the Dad isn't around and your sister is overwhelmed. The child is at risk for problems now and in the future. The knives need to be locked up if you can't keep them from him. ... (7 replies)
... ing normal kids. Be understanding and don't take it personally. It isn't fair but it is easier for kids to blame you than their own parents, neither of which put a stop to this. ... (4 replies)
... It seems to me that your little ones are in dire need of some firm rules and discipline.This is such a tough age. They are testing their boundaries and you need to make sure that the rules are there for them. As hard as it is, this is when they need to be set. ... (7 replies)
... I am a single mother of three children I know some would say that my oldests distructive behavior is due to the fact my husband just left us. ... (7 replies)
... Also, believe me when I say that, G-d forbid, if something were to happen, Child Services is not going to be interested in the "I worked all night & I was sleeping" excuse. I just read on cbsnewsdotcom that this single mother, who worked the night shift at a bank, left her 2 kids at home alone (she had just gotten off welfare and started a new job - can barely pay the rent)... (7 replies)
... Great advice thank you. My wife and I just moved to a new area and home so the routine in all over the place. ... (7 replies)
... elp your sister with her kids, than you guys need to take turns where one is getting up with the children while the other catches up on sleep and then take turns a few hours later. ... (7 replies)
... A 5 year old isn't going to remember to wake up a parent when he gets up. ... (7 replies)
... knives is horrifying and I can't imagine why neither of you are not totally convinced to get out of bed. All parents have to do this. It isn't that unusual for a child to get up this early. I know my son does and as soon as he's up, either myself or my husband is up as well. ... (7 replies)
... Winter wonderland here, too. We've had huge, wet flakes all day long and now have a yard full. It has snowed about every other day without ever getting above freezing, so it is indeed starting to accumulate. ... (77 replies)
... yrs old and has been diagnosed with ADHD ever since he was in preschool. We tried for a year without any medication. There was no way we could do without the medicine. ... (4 replies)
... I personally don't think that having a beer or glass of wine with dinner is destructive behavior, and think that showing children responsible drinking from an early age is better than acting like alcohol is taboo. ... (10 replies)
... By all means, don't let anyone tell you that spanking is child abuse. ... (18 replies)
... I suffer from Bipolar disorder and have since I was a preteen. My 11 yr old and one of my twins were diagnosed with bipolar disorder and all of my kids were diagnosed with ADHD. ... (14 replies)
... Hi Fitmom......yes this is a difficult journey and since the illness involves the most complicated organ in our body it is much more difficult to understand. ... (1 replies)
... O and I have not had our child yet, but we are having some major problems when we discuss our parenting objectives. I am by no means a tradtional person, but I do believe in traditional values and morals being taught within the home. ... (10 replies)
Teens Drinking
Dec 1, 2004
... g personally important is that emotion gets in the way of clear thinking. This certainly applies to parenting. In four years, our oldest grandchild will become a teenager and these issues will become emotional for us once again. ... (217 replies)


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