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ADHD Fallacies

26th January 2009
To some people, Attention Deficiency Hyperactivity Disorder or ADHD is just a matter of bad parenting. Either that or the kid is simply nothing more than the typical handful, which is hardly considered a surprising behavior among children. Common percepti... Read >
Author: Felicity Maris Modesto

Cats Develop Empathy in Humans

14th January 2009
Have you ever owned a cat? What was it about your cat that made you pick her? I own a cat named Pepper that I picked out of a litter when she wasn't quite 24 hours old. I know, what can you tell about a little kitten who doesn't even have her eyes open. I... Read >
Author: Debbie Foster

Native Tattoo Meanings and Customs

22nd September 2008
Today many parents panic if their child gets a tattoo at some point in their life. Many think of it as a degrading practice that symbolizes rebellion. But it should be remembered that tattooing was and is an art that came naturally to various native peopl... Read >
Author: celtgrfe

Rich Kids from My Super Sweet 16 Exiled to Far Away Corners of the Earth. Your Chance To Meet Them.

09th September 2008
Finally, parents who are fed up with the spoiled, extravagant and brattitude behavior of the most outrageous divas ever, ex stars of 'My Super Sweet 16′, have agreed to exile their teenagers to live with indigenous tribes in remote corners of the earth.... Read >
Author: LynThomas

Munire Furniture And Cribs

26th June 2008
You really shouldn't just buy a Munire crib. The company designs furniture that is to be used for a child's lifetime. It specializes in making convertible cribs and nursery furniture that looks just as good in a child's bedroom as it does in the nursery. ... Read >
Author: Robin OBrien

Co Workers Birthday Cards and Party Ideas

25th May 2008
Everything I know, I learned, after I felt the thirst! Yes, guessed right... I feel almost exactly like Georges Benjamin Clemenceau - the famous French statesman. It was not until I was a 22-years old woman when I showed my urge to celebrate my birthday d... Read >
Author: Dorothysmith

Hypotonia – Causes, Signs and Treatment

01st May 2008
Hypotonia is more a description than a diagnosis. It is most often seen in newborns (congenital) and infants, but it may persist through adolescence into adulthood. Another name for infantile hypotonia is "floppy baby syndrome." This refers to the tendenc... Read >
Author: peterhutch

Infidelity Caused Divorce: The Lessons Children Learn

17th January 2008
Children not only repeat our words, they also learn intricate lessons of life from us. These lessons pertain to problem-solving skills, developing mode of communication, imbibing our values, beliefs, customs and many other issues on which we lay the found... Read >
Author: James Walsh

Stimulating Child Development

25th July 2007
The development of your child is a complex and involved process, spanning a number of different physical and mental elements. Encouraging the mental development of your child, in terms of sociality, intellect and emotion is crucial in raising a well-round... Read >
Author: Rebecca

How To Grow Up Emotionally

18th June 2007
Our thoughts have a powerful impact on our feelings. They go hand-in-hand in dictating human behavior. If thoughts are the spark, emotions are the flame. Thoughts are the forest, emotions are the trees. Thoughts are the war, emotions are the battle. We be... Read >
Author: Nancy O'Connor

Why You Need To Stretch Your Comfort Zone

31st January 2007
My favourite definition of "crazy" is "doing what you've always done but expecting your results to be different." Most people are afraid to change what they have always done, but the truth is that if you don't learn to stretch your comfort zone regularly ... Read >
Author: JAMES DELROJO

The Moral of The Story: Fables Aid In Moral, Social And Political Lessons

06th October 2006
Countless fairy tales with infinite variations, usually conveying moral, social or political lessons through skillful narrative and interesting characters, have existed throughout history and throughout the world. Consider Aesop's fables, the basis for so... Read >
Author: No Last Name

Breastfeeding vs. Bottle-Feeding

25th July 2006
On the Womenshealth.gov website, you will find the common facts that we all hear about the benefits of breastfeeding your baby. Among them are: Breast milk is the most complete form of nutrition for infants. A mother's milk has just the right amount ... Read >
Author: Khadijah Ali-Coleman

How Choices Affect Our Lives

23rd April 2006
They're always mad at me. I'm always doing something wrong. They never tell me when I do something right. They don't really love me. They love my little sister more and better than they love me. That's o.k. I'll bet if I ran away they'd miss me. Or if I d... Read >
Author: CHARLES BONASERA

What does Adult ADHD feel like?

01st January 2006
Susan, an administrative assistant and mother, feels overwhelmed with her responsibilities at work and home. At work, she finds it nearly impossible to focus her thoughts. Her desk is a mess; her papers and projects lie about in total disorganization. She... Read >
Author: Arthur Buchanan
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