Archive for the 'Chirldren' Category

May 25 2017

Single Dad with a Crazy Ex-wife

Published by under Chirldren,Mental Illnes

Article Submitted by Nathan Hernando I was madly in love with my ex-wife and loved her for half a decade — I believed with all my heart and soul that she was my soul mate. We had some of the most amazing and crazy times of my life and I was sure it would last […]

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Apr 26 2016

Mand Training

Published by under Behavior,Chirldren

         A mand is when a child makes a request for something. In behavioral terminology, a mand is a verbal response that is controlled by an establishing operation. It is very important to note that mand training should be done across all environments, like home, school, community, etc. Mand training also should be done with all […]

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Mar 10 2016

Why is divorce so hard on the family

Published by under Chirldren,Legal Matters

Divorce wreaks havoc on the family. Children suffer more than anyone. After divorce, the constant contact with a loved parent is gone. Children lose their motivation and become overwhelmed as they watch their mother or father fall into depression as a result of the divorce. Some young people fall into a promiscuous lifestyle and engage […]

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Feb 25 2016

Urie Bronfenbrenner and his Theories

Published by under Chirldren

     Urie Bronfenbrenner (1917-2005) developed the ecological systems theory to  explain how everything in a child and the child’s environment affects how a child grows and develops.     As we have learned from our text, according to Bronfenbrenner , environment and all the layers of it have a huge impact on a child’s development and the process. Child’s own […]

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Apr 29 2015

Suspect ADHD in Your Toddler? Proceed With Caution

Published by under ADHD,Chirldren

Finding out a child has Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) can be very stressful for parents. But not having the tools needed to cope with that child’s struggles will result in even greater stress as the child grows up. However, if you suspect you child may have ADHD, and he or she is still a […]

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Mar 19 2014

Giving Three-Year-Olds Choice and Praising Good Behavior

Published by under Behavior,Chirldren

Article Courtesy of Health Cyber. Some say the Terrible Two’s are the most taxing time to be a toddler’s parent. But even one year later, the road of parenting can be rough, which is not to say that these wearying periods are completely bereft of wonderment or joy. Parents, as it’s always been the case, […]

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Sep 23 2013

What are the consequences of cyber bullying?

Published by under Chirldren

By Phin Upham Do children know just how serious cyber bullying can be? E Science News reports that a new study that will be published in the International Journal of Social Media and Interactive Learning Environments reveals that many students are bullied and many have little or no knowledge of internet safety.

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Aug 16 2013

Children’s Behavior Might Improve by Making Music

Published by under Chirldren

Article by Phineas Upham How important is music making at a young age? Very! A new study reveals that making music at a young age can actually enhance pro-social behavior and problem solving skills, Science Daily reports. According to the article, the study was conducted by academics Dr. Maddie Ohl, Dr Anne Manyande, and undergraduate […]

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