why would a single parent refuse help with a child that was struggling in school?

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Answered: Orphanage

Try adopting a couple. Seriously.

Answered: What if the non custodial parent moves to a house unfit for the children

I disagree about Monica's reply, the non-custodial parent is still their parent and though the parent that the child resides with disapproves of the lifestyle of the noncustodial parent they must first reason with themselves by asking themselves: Is this enviornment physically dangerous or ...

Answered: What is the law for a parent to give and allow their under age child to

Mother must be on drugs also to allow her child to take them, she is certainly unfit. Poor kid has no guidance!

Answered: What can I do if a non-custodial parents lives out ...

HI,I don't understand why this parent has your chiold and will not retutn her back to you.Even after a court has order him to do so.HE is not the real parent you are.Your 17 year old child is old enough to speak out to say she wants to come home with you.Maybe there is a reason that she wants to be ...

Answered: How can you help a child stay on track over the ...

I enjoy summer breaks with my kids and plan fun activities. That doesn't mean they're not learning while having fun; play is about learning! We go to the zoo, visit different parks, go swimming, and even visit the library. Reviewing some of the things they learned during the school year over the ...
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What does the term infinity mean with a step parent and step child?

I would imagine it means the same thing with a step child as it would with anyone. And it's not a term, which is two or more words spoken as a colloquial idiom.

Single male wants child of his own

It's very noble to want to have a child. The child needs a father and a MOTHER figure.

My kids are always asking me for help with their ...

You should allow your kids to do their own homework. As a parent, what I do is go behind and check their work (meaning) if it's math, I'll work out all of the problems and compare my answer to theirs. If there is a conflict in between answers, then we research the answer on the web

How does a charter school differ from a home schooling co-op

Charter schools are really small experimental schools with crazy classes in things like underwater basket weaving and home schools have to follow state guidelines on what they can teach and how children are evaluated.