Posts Tagged ‘parenting’

Parenting Children with Additional Needs

Every parent is different. But after a diagnosis of disability or autism spectrum disorder (ASD), it is very common for parents to feel overwhelmed, shocked, disbelieving, numb, worried or a combination of all these things. Once parents have a diagnosis, that gives them some idea of what the future may hold. There is no template…

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Supportive Parenting Style

Research shows that there are four main styles that parents use: authoritarian, disengaged, permissive and supportive. Parents tend to use one style the most, even they use a mix of these. The supportive style works best for children’s development and well-being. This involves being warm and loving and providing clear support and guidance. Some ways…

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Your relationship might have ended, with your former partner, but you’re both still parents to your child. It’s usually in your child’s best interests if your co-parenting arrangements keep you both involved in your child’s life. Creating new parenting arrangements when a relationship breaks down, wasn’t easy, especially if there are strong feelings and unresolved…

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Child Discipline

Child discipline is the methods used to prevent future behavioral problems in children. The word discipline is defined as imparting skill and knowledge, in other words, to teach. In its most general sense, discipline refers to systematic instruction given to a disciple and means to instruct a person to follow a particular code of conduct.…

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