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Pros and Cons

Parenting itself is a science, which means that you have to critically observe your child so that you can clearly know him and a stronger bond between the two of you will help you to know his likes and dislikes. As a parent, you will be required to adhere to some rules in order to bring up a responsible child, and this section, i.e., pro and cons will discuss what you need to do and what you should not do. This will help you ease the anxiety parenting, and the outcome will be a happy family.

What Is Foster Parenting?

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What Is Foster Parenting?

Foster parenting, or foster care, is a way of providing a temporary home for children who need a safe and stable environment where all their needs can be met. For some parents, social, economic, or health problems can interfere with their ability to provide a safe home for their children. Also, read on this website:…

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How to Become a Parenting Coordinator

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Become a Parenting Coordinator

A parenting coordinator, according to this study, is an individual (preferably a lawyer) who acts as an intermediary between parents and children from families of high-conflict divorce. Commonly referred to as PCs, parenting coordinators present children with opportunities to live in conflict-free homes away from their parents’ conflicts in order to give children a chance…

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How Does Single Parenting Affect Children?

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How Does Single Parenting Affect Children?

Research shows that single parenting affects both the parent and the children, and the effects can last long after the children become adults. Single parenting is when there is only one parent in the home taking care of the children. Most single-parent families are run by mothers with the exception of a few run by…

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What are Parenting Classes and It’s Cost?

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Parenting Classes

Parenting classes are general courses in which parents or parents-to-be enroll so that they can learn basic effective parenting skills, maintain meaningful relationships with their children, and drive child-rearing to its ultimate goal. According to this research, the main goals of parenting classes are to assist parents who are struggling with the parenting journey and…

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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 Is Permissive Parenting?

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Permissive Parenting. Photo by Sue Zeng on Unsplash

Permissive parenting, also known as indulgent parenting, is a parenting style characterized by high rates of responsiveness but few demands. The parents tend to be lenient and avoid confrontation with their children. In permissive parenting, the parent and the child exhibit a friendly relationship, and love is the backbone ingredient. Parents tend to be closer…

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What Is Attachment Parenting?

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Attachment parenting is a pedagogical concept that is love-oriented and encourages intense physical contact between the child and the mother. It is a parenting style that relies on maternal empathy, touch, and bodily closeness, with the objective of achieving greater infant-mother bonding. According to a doctoral work, attachment parenting refers to “a suite of practices that…

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What Is Parallel Parenting?

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Parallel Parenting
In parallel parenting, the welfare of the child is put first

According to Psychology Today, parallel parenting is an “arrangement where divorced parents are able to co-parent by means of disengaging from each other.’’ Basically, it is an agreement between divorced parents in which they both assume their parental roles with limited direct contact, especially in situations where they are unable to communicate effectively and respectfully with…

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