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Answered: Why do children always prefer the parent who was out of their lives most

Nothing to compare them to until after they move in. When their with the one parent they know what they can and can't get away with so it irritates them but they have no idea concerning the other until after they commit then it's too late (or their better choice).

Answered: Why aren't there parental warnings on violent ...

Just as an aside, I was a practicing psychologist for many years. Some of my opinions have changed over the years, as is natural. Being a parent is a difficult job. Thankfully, both of my daughters are realizing that with their own children, which they're raising quite nicely.

Answered: What to do for parents who had miscarriage?

A little sympathy... A lot of support.

Answered: Can medicaid take a home willed to parents children?

The 1965 Medicaid law gave states permission to impose liens on property in the estates of deceased Medicaid recipients if there is no surviving spouse or minor children. Post-death liens prevent the estate from being settled and the property distributed to the recipient’s heirs before all claims ...

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.
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What's your favorite parenting advice?

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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 ...