Posts Tagged ‘Parent’

  • Good Sport: How To Be The Best Cheering Parent On The Sidelines

    Good Sport: How To Be The Best Cheering Parent On The Sidelines

    Jan 19, 18 • 346 Views • FamilyComments Off on Good Sport: How To Be The Best Cheering Parent On The Sidelines

    Go, team! Having a budding athlete as a child can be a super-gratifying experience for a parent. However, you need to make sure that your participation in your child’s sporting [&hellip...

  • Things To Avoid Whilst In A Divorce

    Nov 22, 12 • 1228 Views • FinanceComments Off on Things To Avoid Whilst In A Divorce

    Divorce is difficult for everyone involved, especially if you have children. Both of you can get carried away with your feelings and proceedings can turn nasty. Not only will this [&hellip...

  • How Modern Paternity Testing Is Performed

    Nov 9, 12 • 739 Views • TechnologyComments Off on How Modern Paternity Testing Is Performed

    A paternity test is a procedure that is used to determine if someone is the biological parent of another individual. The testing relies on the comparison of the deoxyribonucleic acid [&hellip...

  • What Parents Need To Know About Helping Their Own Parents

    Oct 28, 12 • 636 Views • FamilyComments Off on What Parents Need To Know About Helping Their Own Parents

    Being a parent is just as demanding as any full-time job. From putting together meals to finding the right school to hiring a reliable nanny, the job of a parent [&hellip...

  • Can You Go To Jail For Your Child’s Truancy?

    Oct 25, 12 • 658 Views • FamilyComments Off on Can You Go To Jail For Your Child’s Truancy?

    Some moms and dads may not know this, but they can be incarcerated for their children’s actions. There have been news written about parents hauled to jail because their kids [&hellip...

  • Taxes In The Aftermath Of Divorce

    Oct 9, 12 • 816 Views • FamilyComments Off on Taxes In The Aftermath Of Divorce

    Before your divorce is finalized, you have certain things to consider, such as, living arrangements, child custody issues and beginning your life anew. Planning for life after divorce doesn’t stop [&hellip...

  • Now You Are A Parent – Show Your Responsible Side

    Oct 6, 12 • 724 Views • FinanceComments Off on Now You Are A Parent – Show Your Responsible Side

    While some people will argue that life insurance cannot be considered an investment, one thing is for sure – you need it especially with a growing family. A policy seeks [&hellip...

  • Top 8 Tips On Parenting Your Teenage Child

    Oct 5, 12 • 703 Views • FamilyComments Off on Top 8 Tips On Parenting Your Teenage Child

    Being a parent is a tough job. It requires a no-holiday, all day and every week, to years of experience to become a great parent. You do not become a [&hellip...

  • The Positive Benefits Of Encouraging A Child’s Social Activities

    Sep 27, 12 • 651 Views • FamilyComments Off on The Positive Benefits Of Encouraging A Child’s Social Activities

    As a parent it is hard not to scrutinize every decision you make regarding your children, it’s a natural response to the overwhelming internal drive for your child to succeed. [&hellip...

  • Important Insurance Options For Families To Consider

    Sep 25, 12 • 1135 Views • FamilyComments Off on Important Insurance Options For Families To Consider

    When young families are on a budget, it can be difficult to make money stretch to last each month. Many couples are tempted to reduce items in their monthly budget [&hellip...

  • Can You Be Too Careful Raising Your Infant Child?

    Sep 21, 12 • 671 Views • HealthComments Off on Can You Be Too Careful Raising Your Infant Child?

    Can You Be Too Careful Raising Your Infant Child? I’m not a parenting expert. I don’t have kids of my own, and I remember there was a time I visited [&hellip...

  • Stepparenting Tips: DOs And DON’Ts For New Stepparents

    Sep 17, 12 • 643 Views • FamilyComments Off on Stepparenting Tips: DOs And DON’Ts For New Stepparents

    Becoming a stepparent can be an overwhelming experience. Will the kids accept you, will they despise you for trying to replace their previous parent, will they make your life difficult [&hellip...

  • Single Parent Dating 101: 3 Tips To Get Back In The Game

    Sep 5, 12 • 816 Views • FamilyComments Off on Single Parent Dating 101: 3 Tips To Get Back In The Game

    Are you a struggling single parent that has had enough of spending endless nights and weekends alone? Do you crave love and romance, yet are afraid to get back into [&hellip...

  • Kids Adapt To Divorce, But You Can Lessen The Blow

    Aug 6, 12 • 789 Views • FamilyComments Off on Kids Adapt To Divorce, But You Can Lessen The Blow

    Divorce is a stressful time for everyone in a family. Children, unfortunately, are almost always affected the hardest. Different children react in different ways to stressful situations. One child may [&hellip...

  • Is Your Overprotective Parenting Hurting Your Kids?

    Jul 22, 12 • 723 Views • FamilyComments Off on Is Your Overprotective Parenting Hurting Your Kids?

    One of the hardest parts of parenting is staying on the sidelines when your kids need to handle things on their own. Every parent understands it’s their job to keep [&hellip...

  • 4 Tips On How To Keep Your High Schooler Organized

    Jul 20, 12 • 724 Views • EducationComments Off on 4 Tips On How To Keep Your High Schooler Organized

    High school is the time in a student’s life where more starts happening. From club sports and first jobs to getting a driver’s license, high school students are constantly on [&hellip...