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Answered: Summer camp: Good for kids, good for parents?

Speaking from having the experience of being the child who has gone camp, the counselor who had the privilege to spend a week with great kids, and an aunt who helps pay for her nieces and nephews to be able to go to camp, it is by far one of the best experiences you can give your child. I was ...

Answered: What age should a parent discuss sex and relationships with children?

I believe eight or ten but also depending on when the girl hits puberty, and when the boy is looking information about health related topics.

Answered: What's your favorite parenting advice?

Be consistent, structured and TEACH gratitude and responsibility by making kids EARN things. It works at ANY age. WE are the adults and the leaders that make their world safe and secure. 14 year teacher and 8 year parent of two incredible girls! (one 20 year old stepdaughter and 7 year old mine by ...

Answered: How do two parents fly with 2 children?

You make sure you have whatever toys and foods the children are used to having. You speak positively about the trip to them. You make them comfortable, forgetting your own comfort. And you try not to book them on a long flight. I have flown with dozens of parents with dozens of toddlers and have ...

Answered: What do you think of these parents, and the sitter.

You are minding other people's business again. Not only that, but you're trying to get approval of your actions so you feel justified in continuing to do it. If you truly feel that the child is being endangered and you have seen it with your own eyes, then call Child Protective Services and make a ...

Answered: What are parents legal obligations for children over 21?

In general, parents do not have support obligations for children over 18, but there are exceptions. A child that is physically or mentally disabled and unable to support himself may require support. And a divorce decree may require support for college expenses.
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Treating senior parents

I agree with Charles, most seniors live in constant frustration at the loss of their independence, and even when you are trying to help, they resent the fact that they need help or that others think they need it. If you can find an independent living retirement community nearby, that's one of the ...

Choosing Not To Have Children

It's not clear by your question if you are not wanting to have children and are faced with having to explain your decision all the time. If that's the case, then I'm sorry you have to go through that. Although I have children (and a grandchild), I realize that not everyone wants to have kids, and ...

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"Handling" won't work. To keep any alive creature happy is to keep them busy. Play and have fun. Drawing, painting all sorts of activities which you will find fun as well will make a child happy not handled. Good luck!

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He feels like he can "buy" away his feelings. I think of Paris Hilton in this regard. She overspends on everything and it's likely because her parents were never around to show her attention and guidance.