How to Deal with Children about Rules

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How to Deal with Children about Rules

Jon Keller in the CBS Boston website (http://boston.cbslocal.com) in his column “Keller @ Large” commented on write-ups in Associated Press and a past edition of the Washing to Post on How to Deal with Children about Rules.’ He states that perhaps kids need more preaching and not less.

He is focusing on the children’s books the ‘Berenstain Bears.’

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How to Deal with Children about Rules

“Keller @ Large: Maybe We Need More Preaching To Kids, Not Less”

“BOSTON (CBS) – If you have raised a child or even just read to one anytime over the past half-century, chances are you’re familiar with the Berenstain Bears books, a series of children’s stories about a momma bear and poppa bear dealing with the issues …”

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“Listen to Jon’s commentary:” from Jon Keller
“…I was surprised to learn how much heat they took from critics of their very popular series.”
“…it seems that the Berenstain Bears, however inartfully, have been filling a void when it comes to kids learning values, manners, and how to deal with real-life issues.”
““Those hokey bear parents appeared to spend a lot of time trying to teach their cubs good…”
Kids crave guidance about how to behave and what the limits are.”

“Too often… they’re not getting it.”
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Jon Keller talks against the people who, over time, have been ‘slamming’ the Berenstain Bears methods of implanting moral lessons with children. He seems to be disappointed, to say the least, about the negative comments. He talks about a recent incident in which high school girls were fighting, and their peers took video instead on taking any action. He uses this incident as an example of young people having needed more lectures, and not less, as they were growing up.

What do you think about the ‘Berenstain Bears’ book?

We want to hear you opinion about, not necessarily ‘lecturing’ kids, but imparting a moral lesson to children through children’s book (no matter how hokey)?

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Correcting Childrens Behavior Problems with Character Building

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In the Times-Republican (http://www.timesrepublican.com) out of Marshalltown, Iowa comes a man, Harry Patton, who is willing to take a stand. He has clarified his views on Correcting Childrens Behavior Problems with Character Building. He has posted online a piece about ‘moral guidelines’ for character building.

He makes a very strong point for using ‘moral guidelines’ in the parenting of our children;  Click the Link below…
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Correcting Childrens Behavior Problems with Character Building

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“…with all that has been said so far on early childhood learning ability, nothing has been said of moral guidelines, to develop character to know right from wrong, how to conduct yourself, how to interact with other children.”

“Good behavior can be taught to children. How well I know, as a 5 or 6 year old boy, visiting relatives, I was curious of what was in the kitchen drawers, I found a nickel in one drawer, received a timely lecture regarding the taking of someone else’s …”

Moral and/or ethical guidelines for Childrens Behavior Problems can be a slippery slope. I have several papers written about Childrens Behavior Problems and Discipline.

“My father, a good man lacked discipline in his emotions, having fits of anger now and then, was disruptive to our family. Likewise, children learn proper behavior from those around them. Hopefully…”
“Now we face the fact that there are thousands of homes where the fathers are not there to help and guide their children…”
“…I first would sense the pain and heartache as I looked into their faces and to know their regret…”
“I was there to let them know that there was a better road to follow.”

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I hardily agree with the stand Harry Patton is taking in his piece on parenting solutions by using ‘moral guidelines’ for parenting and teaching children.

The main problem that I have encountered in my 18 years of working with troubled youth, families, and parents is the defining of ‘moral guidelines.’ Depending on cultural background, nationality, religious and spiritual beliefs, there remains a huge variance in that which is ‘moral.’ Parenting children to avoid the pitfalls of our blended and yet subdivided America can be confusing to say the least, and hazardous at worst.

So, as an ‘American culture,’ how do we avoid, minimize, or eliminate Childrens Behavior Problems?

 Please share your opinion, your ideas, your questions, and ‘Do yo have answers for Childrens Behavior Problems?

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Quick Guide to Parenting Solutions

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A Quick Guide to Parenting Solutions

This brand new book, ‘A Quick Guide to Parenting Solutions’ is now available on Amazon.com

It includes creative ideas to change the behavior patterns of children. It is not in ‘psycho-speak.’ It is written in easy to understand language and gives simple actions steps to make changes in the ‘bad’ behavior of children. Alter such behaviors as angry out-bursts, and refusals to follow instructions.

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Active Video Games for Kids

More Research on Active Video Games for Kids

Active Video Games for Kids

Not this!

Click the link below to see children having fun with Active Video Games for Kids.

“Active Video Games May Be A Good Supplement To Outdoor Play For Kids”

I haven’t posted in a very long time. Circumstances beyond my control… Anyway…

I ran across an article in Medical Daily that summarizes a study from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville. Since I believe that, the long term physical health ramifications of hours of sedentary video game playing by young children may well leave all of us sorry in years to come, I thought I would pass this on to you.

Keep reading to discover an excerpt from the article by Anthony Rivas (http://www.medicaldaily.com/reporters/anthony-rivas).

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Active Video Games for Kids

“Active Video Games May Be A Good Supplement To Outdoor Play For Kids”

“For a long time now, scientists have warned parents about letting their kids play video games during their free time…”

“…a new study suggests all that movement may be just as effective as playing outdoors.”

“The study comes from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, where researchers were interested in comparing the effects of playing motion-based video games to so-called “unstructured outdoor play” — playing in a playground, for example — among children aged 5 to 8.”

“The researchers hooked up 16 normal-weight children to accelerometers on their hips and both wrists,…”

“Outdoor play took place in a fully-equipped playground…” “kids could engage in whichever activities they wanted.”

“When they went inside to play video games, they were given an Xbox 360 Kinect with the game “Kinect Adventures: River Rush.” The game requires jumping and side-stepping to maneuver an inflatable raft through river courses.”

“The researchers measured levels of physical activity with the Children’s Activity Rating Scale,” (Link to Children’s Activity Rating Scale = http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/2091164)

“According to national physical activity guidelines, children and adolescents should be getting 60 minutes or more of physical activity each day, in addition to muscle strengthening activities at least three days a week.” (National Physical Activity Guidlelines from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention= http://www.cdc.gov/physicalactivity/basics/children/index.htm)

Here is the link to the original article, Active Video Games May Be A Good Supplement To Outdoor Play For Kids (http://www.medicaldaily.com/active-video-games-may-be-good-supplement-outdoor-play-kids-338282)

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Active Video Games for Kids could be a positive way to circumvent any health issues in the future of our children.

Parents always benefit from information from which to make decision regarding our children. Children are indeed the children of everyone.

Links to More Information…

Thinking Outside the Sandbox The Importance of Unstructured Play for Children
(http://www.stonybrook.edu/heartlinks/unstructuredplay.pdf)

Active Videogaming Compared to Unstructured, Outdoor Play in Young Children: Percent Time in Moderate- to Vigorous-Intensity Physical Activity and Estimated Energy Expenditure
(http://online.liebertpub.com/doi/abs/10.1089/g4h.2014.0017)

No More Video Games: Limiting Electronics Use Can Improve Your Child’s Physical Activity And Health
(http://www.medicaldaily.com/no-more-video-games-limiting-electronics-use-can-improve-your-childs-physical-activity-and-health)

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How to Discipline Your Toddler

How to Discipline Your Toddler

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Is it necessary for you to discipline toddler?

They are curious and often fearless. A toddler can get into a dangerous situation very quickly.

When you discipline a toddler, it really is not discipline. You and your toddler are learning together. You are teaching and training your toddler to avoid risky situations, and to grow into a socially adept and confident child.

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6 Tips for Parenting Young Children

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Being actively engaged with your children in the early formative and developmental years, creates a bond that will carry you through the teen years, and well into their adult lives.

The 6 Tips for Parenting Young Children will help you to nurture and support your young children through this stage of growth and development. Young children can be as frustrating as teens with the added worry of keeping them safe. Keep your cool.

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ADHD and Anxiety Symptoms in Kids

New research reveals ADHD and Anxiety Symptoms in Kids.

ADHD and Anxiety Symptoms in KidsDiscover what this new research has identified. Medical Reporter, Lucie Van Den Berg, briefly reports on the results of two research studies from the Murdoch Childrens Research Institute from Melbourne, Australia. Ms. Van Den Berg’s piece appears in the Herald Sun.

These studies have identified two critical areas that influences academic performance, and an individual’s ability to deal with life events.

Learn the age, and number of children studied in this research. Find out the statistical ratio of the likelyhood of these effects further burdening children with ADHD.

The excerpt below will answer some of your questions.

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ADHD and Anxiety Symptoms in Kids

“Children with ADHD struggle with language and anxiety, new Melbourne research reveals”

“Two studies of almost 800 Victorian (Area in Australia) children, published in leading medical journal Pediatrics, found those suffering from ADHD were much more likely to have language difficulties and anxiety than their counterparts.”

“This meant that they had difficulty with reading and maths.”

“MCRI Lead researcher Dr Emma Sciberras said it was the first large scale study to demonstrate children with ADHD had language difficulties.”

“But it also found that these children did not have difficulty socialising.”

“A second study of more than 400 children found more than half of children also had anxiety problems.”

“Children with ADHD suffer from impulsivity and hyperactivity and it affects an estimated five per cent of school aged children.”

“She said parents need to be aware that these additional difficulties can make daily life for children with ADHD even harder.”

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ADHD and Anxiety Symptoms in Kids are not triggering language assessments.

Parents may benefit from discovering how cognitive behavioral therapy may be beneficial to children struggling with ADHD, symptoms of anxiety, and/or language difficulties.

Since new research finding will assist medical professionals treat these children, it is advised to consult with your primary care physician, and other professionals.

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Building a Healthy Family

Parenting Strategies for Building a Healthy Family

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The Amazon Kindle Book “Parenting Strategies for Building a Healthy Family” By Nancy Sander provides a look at the goals and values set in the family by the parents or primary caregivers.

Parenting Strategies for Building a Healthy_Family

This book offers confidence and peace of mind by presenting definitions, descriptions, and guidelines to assist you creating your parenting strategies for establishing your healthy family.

You will find charts, lists, and a quick quiz for Functional and Dysfunctional family attitudes and behaviors. The factors presented in the quiz may help you solidify family goals and values. With knowledge, parents’ stress is eased and confident choices emerge.

You will also discover 12 Character Traits of Healthy Parenting and Family Life to discover your strengths and your weaknesses.

Identify the areas in which your family is functioning well. Use these areas to boost those areas that are in need of improvement. If your family is not running smoothly, then a change is in order.

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Button Battery Dangers

Button Battery DangersButton Battery Dangers have been brought to our attention again through The Seattle Times in their ‘Health & Fitness’ section. Melissa Dribben from The Philadelphia Inquirer put together a comprehensive introduction to whet ore interest in this topic.

An excerpt is below with a Link to the article.

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Button Battery Dangers

“Button batteries continue to pose health risks for children”

“The Consumer Product Safety Commission first warned about button batteries in 1983. Yet each year, about 3,000 children are injured and several die after swallowing the objects or sticking them up their nose.”

“Lincoln Punch was a week old in April 2011 when his 3-year-old sister found a pair of tweezers with a tiny light attached. The girl broke open the compartment containing two button batteries that powered the light, then fed the shiny disks to the baby.”

“Lincoln nearly died.”

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“The Consumer Product Safety Commission first warned about button batteries in 1983, saying they should be kept away from children. And yet each year, about 3,000 children are injured and several die after swallowing the coinlike objects or sticking them up their nose.”

Read more to discover what is being proposed, and what actions have already being taken.

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Children are curious and makes it imperative to understand Button Battery Dangers. They like to open items to see what is inside. They also are very observant, and like to go into the storage places we keep dangerous items. In this case, these button batteries power radios, toys, flashlights, and many of the items that we use everyday. They find them in these items and in the drawers/boxes in which we store the button batteries.

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Rules that Work!

Rules that Work!

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You are in charge, even though it may not seem to be the case at times.

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In an easy to read Kindle Book you can become skilled at creating and activating effective and mostly painless Rules for your children.

Rules that work for modifying children’s behaviors, encouraging compliance, and that help to develop strong character are explored, described, and explained.

You will find effective and efficient tips and steps to accomplish your parenting and family goals in “Effective Discipline for Children Book: Rules that Work!” – Kindle Book at Amazon.com

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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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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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Stages of Childhood and Life

Child Development Book: Stages of Childhood and Life

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The Amazon Kindle Book “Child Development Book: Stages of Childhood and Life” By Nancy Sander offers confidence and peace of mind by explaining the capabilities and developmental tasks for every year of growth.

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With knowledge, parents’ stress is eased and confident choices emerge.

Learn to recognize and identify child behaviors that are within the normal range of child development, and those that are of a concern.

This book will present a very brief overview of Erik Erikson’s stages of growth and development through the human life span. A basic understanding of these stages supports solid decision-making and action taking with regard to parenting and family relationships.

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Dealing with Childrens Anger

Dealing with Childrens Anger

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Child Behavior Problem Solutions - Dealing with Children's Anger

If you have a child that has outward displays of anger, then you can relate to the challenges of Dealing with Children’s Anger. The very busy lives of parents can be frustrating and at times infuriating.

Though children do not have the difficulties with which adults are faced daily, they can get frustrated and angry as well. This is because they have not yet learned the skills to deal with life.

There never seems to be a way to deal shrewdly and effectively with angry children.

Dealing with Angry Children takes patience, diligence, and awareness. Children are not born with the ability to express anger in socially appropriate ways. They do not have the words to express it; they do not have the knowledge to solve it; they do not understand how to get help, or that they may need help.

There is a solution: Dealing with Children’s Anger – Kindle Book

If you have ever found yourself Dealing with Angry Children, whatever the source, it’s the right time to explore new options, and develop effective techniques for Dealing with Your Angry Children.

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