Emotional Connection between Parent and Child

Emotional Connection between Parent and ChildI found information clarifying a study recently announced in a public release concerning the Emotional Connection between Parent and Child. Jenna Iacuri has written a piece explaining the results of this study in the website, ‘Parent Herald.’

As usual, I have included an excerpt from that piece below. It will help you to decide if you want to find out more by clicking the links I have provided.

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Emotional Connection between Parent and Child

“Kids not close with parents prone to educational and behavioral problems” “… a recent study shows.”

“The report found that out of 14,000 U.S. children, 40 percent lacked strong emotional bonds with their parents, which researchers say can hinder them later in life.”

Discover what Sophie Moullin, a joint doctoral candidate studying at Princeton’s Department of Sociology said… Click this link for a Public Release of information

“Researchers from Princeton University, Columbia University, the London School of Economics and Political Science and the University of Bristol found that kids under 3 years old who don’t develop “secure attachments” with their mothers and fathers are more likely to be aggressive, defiant and hyperactive when they’re adults. They will also have poorer language skills and behavioral problems.”

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Emotional Connection between Parent and Child

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You will find that some of the information included in this study exploring the Emotional Connection between Parent and Child along with it’s interpretation is already known to you. But perhaps, you did not realize just how much of an impact your attitudes and behaviors will affect your children’s ability to function as adults.

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Tips on Raising Kids from Michelle Obama

A piece on how to Find Tips on Raising Kids from Michelle Obama’s Gardening Book appears in Newsday online out of Westchester, NY. It is unclear who put this piece together or the sources for the statements and quotes in this piece. The only excerpt included here is the title of the piece and the last line that indicates the title and publisher of this new book. It seems that Mrs. Obama’s White House kitchen garden has worldwide appeal. This piece makes statements, which appear to come from a series of interviews. In a photo credited to AP, Mrs. Obama is in the garden with several children playing with rhubarb. Mrs. Obama is also reported to having talked about having to deal with the political headlines. This piece claims that Mrs. Obama has no interest in politics, but will serve. Whatever that means. She is said to have plans to continue to support our US military families. This piece also makes statements that would indicate that Mrs. Obama made personal statements about the family. Really?? I wonder.

Should you choose to go to the original piece, you may desire to go deeper with the links that show in the piece. I have included this item merely for its human-interest value. I say, somewhat tongue in cheek, that it is peculiar that a political figure has the savvy to connected politics, gardening, family, and raising kids.

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Find Tips on Raising Kids from Michelle Obama’s Gardening Book

Find Tips on Raising Kids from Michelle Obama’s Gardening Book

“Michelle Obama on new garden book, raising kids”

“The first lady’s gardening book, released Tuesday by Crown Publishers, is “American Grown: The Story of the White House Kitchen Garden and Gardens Across America.””

Here’s the Link to the original source

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Find Tips on Raising Kids from Michelle Obama’s Gardening Book.
All I can say is ‘have a great day!’

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Celebrity Stay at Home Dad

Deborah Lupton, an Honorary Associate, Department of Sociology and Social Policy at University of Sydney elaborates on a piece out of The Sydney Morning Herald regarding Family Parenting Articles Celebrity Stay at Home Dad Online makes headlines. This piece notes some research, but is light on substantial facts. It is worth your time, as Ms. Lupton receives funding from the Australian Research Council.

The website, The Conversation, is an independent source for analysis and commentary from academics and researchers in the Australian academic community. Links have been provided as specified in the republishing and linking guidelines for the website.

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“why do Rachel Griffiths’ parenting choices make news?”

“She was now supporting her husband’s work after he had been a stay-at-home dad caring for their three young children over the past ten years. Griffiths was spending more time at home while Taylor prepared for two exhibitions of his paintings.”

“According to the article, before the move back to Australia, Taylor had made dinner each night for the family and had taken time off from his painting during school holidays to look after their children. In the meantime, Griffiths had been kept busy working long hours on her acting jobs.”

“Why is this couple’s role-swap headline news? Why it is so intriguing that Taylor had regularly made dinner and cared for his children while Griffiths was elsewhere, earning a presumably handsome salary as a televison actor?”

“As long as 40 years ago, the second-wave feminist movement called for women to be released from carrying the major responsibility for housework and childcare. Yet the idea that a mother would pursue her career and be the main breadwinner while her partner puts his career second to family duties still makes the front page of a major broadsheet.”

“Griffiths’ fame as one of Australia’s most successful actors in Hollywood and her return to Australia after a decade away is surely part of the newsworthy aspect of the story. But Griffiths and Taylor’s role swap is used to illustrate the rarity of their domestic arrangement.”

“Later in the Herald’s article, statistics are quoted from recent research …”Family Parenting Articles Celebrity Stay at Home Dad Online

“These show that in Australia stay-at-home fathers not employed in paid work account for less than 5% of families with children younger than nine. In less than 1.5% of families the mother the full-time breadwinner while the father works part-time in paid employment.”

“This research has also shown that men who stay at home often find they must deal with social stigma. Negative reactions may come from the mothers with whom they are interacting daily as part of their childcare activities and who may be reluctant to accept them into their social groups. Men may feel isolated from other men and be the target of critical comments from their male friends and relatives.”

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Family Parenting Articles Celebrity Stay at Home Dad Online… Do, how does this ‘stay-at-home’ Dad fare? Sometimes we can learn from the parenting of celebrities. Either way, good advice or bad, knowledge is power and sometimes fun.

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Celebrity Influence on Children Behavior Issues

Dealing with Children Celebrity Influence on Children Behavior Issues

Birth name: Usher Terry Raymond IV
Born: October 14, 1978 (age 33), Dallas, Texas, U.S.
Origin; Chattanooga, Tennessee, United States
Genres: R&B, soul, pop
Occupations: Singer-songwriter, actor, dancer
Years active: 1992–present
Labels: LaFace, Arista, Jive, RCA
Associated acts: Jermaine Dupri, Justin Bieber, Jay-Z, R. Kelly, Rico Love, Johntá Austin, Lil Wayne, will.i.am, Ludacris
Website: ushernow.com

Celebuzz is a member of ‘BUZZMEDIA Entertainment,’ which is a division of BUZZMEDIA. Rachel Maresca writes about an ongoing melodrama involving Usher and child custody in Celebuzz online. Though this situation is repeated across our modern celebrities, it is sad. Celebrities seem oblivious to Dealing with Children Celebrity Influence on Children Behavior Issues and behavioral problems. An excerpt and Link is below. Read further on for my opinions and commentary, both professional and personal.

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Dealing with Children Celebrity Influence on Children Behavior Issues

“Usher’s Child Custody Case: Alleged Infidelities Are ‘Completely Irrelevant’, Says Lawyer”

“Goldie Schon, a family law attorney from Sherman Oaks, Calif., weighed in on the controversial moment during the case, arguing to Celebuzz:”

“Usher — who is not challenge full custody but rather fighting for more time with his boys — has also been grilled about his drug use during the trial in an Atlanta court.”

“Said Schon: ”Possible drug use, his busy schedule, his inability to be in once place at one time for any length of time because of his career… that is going to be the issue because we are dealing with children of ages three and four.”

“In other testimony, the music superstar alleged that his former spouse once went berserk and threw food, spat on his new girlfriend and tried to start a fight during an explosive jealous rage.”

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Yet another male role model for children, and adults, is parenting by the example of a ‘do-anything-you-like’ attitude, which apparently includes infidelity in the family home. I believe that infidelity, in and of itself, is not the issue. The issue would seem to be a man that cannot seem to make reasonably healthy behavioral decisions and is unaware or indifferent to how his behaviors might affect his sons. It seems all too apparent that his value system clashes with that of the majority of Americans.

How do the parenting behavioral decisions of celebrities affect the rest of us? Well, first we have to take into account the influence that this talented male celebrity has on our children, and the children of others. Can this negative role modeling influence children into reckless behavior choices? Does it influence in that direction?

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