Archive for December, 2010
Good Parenting Whether we are soon to be parents, new parents or have been parents, we want to do the best job possible at raising our children. Children don’t come with instruction manuals and parenting doesn’t come with a manual or infallible guide. Every situation and family is unique. We as individuals are different. There are different parenting styles and variations. There is varied parenting education and knowledge which we utilize and process differently. We basically parent with instinct, knowledge and wisdom. At first, we usually parent with instinct and our personal experiences. This is usually what we learned (consciously and More >
Raising Confident Girls by 7Wonderlicious
Although nobody gets a parenting manual or bible in the delivery room, it is our duty as parents to try to make our kids as well rounded, happy and confident as possible. It is a lot easier to bring up great kids than it is to try and fix problems caused by bad parenting, when our kids have become adults.
Our children are all individuals – they are not our property but people in their own right. Too many people have children for the wrong reasons – they want someone to love them or they want to More >
After TEFL certification course graduates are qualified to teach English abroad. There are a lot of different opportunities for teaching English abroad with TEFL jobs, teaching the English language as the second or foreign language in the majority of countries. Today the majority of English teaching jobs are in countries where English is not the first language. The largest market place for the TEFL teachers is considered to be Asia. But, even if in the countries where English is the native language, there is a great for English teachers. It happens because of the growing amount of immigrants into the More >
Sometimes work schedules stretch mothers and fathers to the breaking point with little time left for the people who matter most: children. Thankfully, spending time with family is more than ticking away the hours of a dull day; it is about quality interaction between parents and children. Even though it may seem like the twenty-four hour day needs to be lengthened, it actually provides plenty of time to accomplish the most important mission of all—time with family.
Schedules, including work, travel, and possibly continued education, often seem like the enemy. They appear to rob parents of valuable time with children during More >
How to Have a Successful Marriage: Characteristics to show you the RIGHT way to get rid of your marriage problems and find the results and solutions you want, Pt. 6 – The Importance of Comfort.
You may not realize this, and in fact I’d be willing to bet you the state of California you don’t, comfort is one of the MAJOR skills which will drastically transform your marital relationship & help you to get the breakthroughs you want. The reality is if you’re unable to experience comfort your marriage problems will continue to persist, get worse & go unresolved. Maybe things More >
How to Have a Successful Marriage: Characteristics to show you the RIGHT way to get rid of your marriage problems and find the results and solutions you want, Pt. 6 – The Importance of Comfort, Pt 2.
Comfort is what I like to call a "heart & soul" connection. And before you start wondering how a wooey-wooey "heart & soul" connection is going to help you resolve your marriage problems; argue less; have less stress, more peace, & more fun; let me share with you why this type of connection is CRUCIAL in obtaining all three.
We are all created with what More >
Perhaps you’ve thought about entering your baby into a photo competition, but haven’t really been clear on what to expect in terms of the awards your child can win, or even the process that is necessary to enter a baby contest in the first place. This report is about to cover these two issues in detail, giving you all the information you will require in order to make good things happen.
There are many wonderful prizes to be won by competing in a baby contest. For beginners, callbacks from industry professionals, modeling contracts, and advertising jobs are all up for grabs. More >
One of the many challenges for parents is getting their toddler to go to bed. Many parents find it frustrating having their toddler wake them up several times at night or stay up late playing and refusing to sleep. This can become a difficult challenge for parents when a toddler is tired because they can be both grumpy and irritable. The following few tips may help parents put their toddler to bed:
Establish a Routine
Establish a consistent routine. This way, your child will know what is expected of him. When children have routines, they can be managed easily. You can More >
Do you “shelter” your children? We’re finding that’s a bad word in some circles. Something is creeping into the church (and even the homeschooling community), and it isn’t biblical. It is an “anti-sheltering campaign” of sorts, and it’s full of holes. Think about it. What does it mean to shelter? Protect. Defend. Guard. Preserve. Watch over. Shield. Safeguard. Hmmmm, so far so good, right? Sure, until “Christian pop psychology” comes in and tells us we should allow our children to taste a little of the world in order to understand it or pray for it (the kids being “salt and More >
Once you have made the difficult decision to divorce or separate, the next step is to find a divorce attorney you feel comfortable with and one that you trust will look out for your best interests. Since the laws regarding a NJ divorce and legal separation are the same whether you are in Morris, Essex, Somerset, Union or any other county in the state, your process for selecting an attorney should be the same. The following are some helpful hints for you to consider when making this important decision. Experience and Practice Exclusive to Divorce and Family Law First and foremost, More >