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Month: July 2018

Ideas to keep your family healthy

In this day and age, we are becoming more and more separated from one another. Many people turn to technology such as the internet or video games in order to keep themselves happy, and the focus of society…

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Children Discipline Tips – The Danger of Confrontation

I sometimes see such hostility, hate and resentment in families that I can do little to help. Often a difficult, defiant child clashes with confronting, forceful parents and this starts a war where there are no winners. Parents…

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Children Dietary Management Tips – Cystic Fibrosis

Cystic fibrosis (CF) is the commonest major autosomal recessive disorder found in Caucasian populations in the western world. The incidence in Britain is approximately 1:2500 live births. It affects boys and girls equally. It is a multi-organ disorder…

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Being a single parent

Raising a child isn’t a straightforward business, as most parents will tell you. There are demands that need to be met, plus plenty of stress and worries until they grow up to an age when you may be…

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Helping your child to cope with loss

When someone that you know passes away, be it a family member or a close friend, it can be difficult for your child to deal with it. Consequently, it’s important to learn all that you can regarding helping…

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Effectively disciplining your children

These days, it can be tough to tell exactly what you should do in order to discipline your child. In the olden days, the belt was the standard of punishment, but these days, violence is not the answer….

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Bust Boredom With Kids Crafts: Practical Parenting Info

What parent has not heard those familiar words, “I’m bored,” coming from the mouth of a child? If so, then kid crafts are the solution. Provide the children with craft materials and boredom will soon be a thing…

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The Home Office

One of the keys to working at home is getting in touch with your own personal working style and learning to accommodate it. If you’re easily distracted, for example, you’ll need to create a workspace that keeps distractions…

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Personal Fitness – You Do Have Time

Who has the time to exercise after they put in a full day of work, manage their children’s extracurricular activities, homework, bath and other daily routines, walk the dog, cook a [healthy?] dinner for the family and so…

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Helping Your Child To Learn

Grown-ups move fast these days! There are cell phones, emails, fax and the hidden remote control! Do you remember what happened last time the lights went out and you hunted for the candles in the dark, thinking of…

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