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Parenting from the Inside Out

Evidence-based research shows that if you, as a parent, are able to look back at the way you were brought up, then you will definitely know and decide what is good for your child. In many instances, our childhood dictates how you can parent your child effectively and also the relationship between you and your child. Scientific research carried out in this section i.e., parenting from the inside out will teach you more on the importance of having a good and healthy relationship between you and your child through giving you good guidance on parenting science.

When Do I Start Weaning My Baby?: Parenting from the Inside Out

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Weaning - Time to Start the Solids

Breastmilk is the most comprehensive and beneficial source of nutrition for a baby in the initial period of life. But eventually, the baby needs to transition from breastmilk or formula to solid foods. This is a very important stage in parenting from the inside out. During this time, babies learn to chew food, use their fingers…

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What to Do When Your Toddler Gets Diarrhea

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Toddler diarrhea

Diarrhea in toddlers is inevitable because a toddler’s diet is expanding with age. Toddler diarrhea can occur anytime until the child reaches five years of age. Parenting from the inside out can help parents safeguard their toddlers against illness and help the toddler fully recover from sickness. Normal or functional diarrhea is not a disease…

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7 Natural Remedies for Mastitis

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Mastitis, or inflammation of the breast tissue, is one of many possible complications after delivery for which mothers may not be prepared. Parenting from the inside out can help mothers cope with postpartum conditions. Sometimes breastfeeding leads to a blocked milk duct. When the milk from the blocked duct finds its way into the surrounding breast…

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Why Your Child Is Constipated and How to Treat It

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Constipation in toddler

Just like adults, children sometimes feel constipated too. According to research, “Constipation is typically characterized by lack of periodicity in defecating, bulky stools and difficulty or pain during defecation. Constipation is one of the ten most frequent problitalics that a general pediatrician deals with, accounting for 25% of referrals to pediatric gastroenterologists worldwide.” In other…

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How Breastfeeding Can Aid Your Baby’s Brain Development, Growth, and Immunity: Parenting from the Inside Out

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Breastfeeding Photo by Dave Clubb on Unsplash

Breastfeeding doesn’t turn every baby into a genius, but it does positively impact brain development. Breastfeeding is a good example of parenting from the inside out. Breastfeeding also strengthens the right side of the brain (i.e., the emotional side). For instance, the proximity between the baby and the mother during breastfeeding helps the mother and…

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