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The Democratic Parenting (formerly Happy Child Guide) Review Provides Parents With Tips and Tricks To Raise A Happy Child

If you want to reduce or eliminate the bad behavior your child is displaying – bad behavior such as fits, tantrums and other out-of-control behavior – then you should pick up the Democratic Parenting Guide, a book created by both Dr. Blaise Ryan and Ashley Ryan. With this review, you will understand why you cannot be without it any longer. Many products on the market claim they can help you deal with your child’s problem. However, the majority of them barely scratch the surface, fixing the issue for the short-term and not getting to the heart of the problem. However, with the guide, you can deal with the underlying problem causing your child to behave and react in such a negative manner. What you learn will surprise you! Read my review to learn if this book will be effective for you in teaching your emotional child how to listen to […]

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Children Learning Reading Review: My Toddler Can Read! And He’s Only 2 Year Old!

We know how important it is for your children to develop reading skills. You want to do what is best for your child by finding a reading program that will help them become fluent readers. Some programs are unproven and cost hundreds of dollars upfront or they want you to subscribe and pay a monthly fee. If these programs all did what they say they were going to do, then it wouldn’t be so bad. However, there is no guarantee that these programs will give your child the ability to read. An innovative program came up on a web search called Children Learning Reading that shows a step-by-step process where children really learn how to read. A great aspect of the program is that is does work and you can start your child with it as soon as they are able to speak. No matter who you are, you will and should […]

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Talking to Toddlers Review – Now When I Talk, My Toddler Actually Listens!

I thought I was skilled in handling preschoolers, but I never considered language techniques as a means of modifying behavior. Chris Thompson’s Talking to Toddlers: Dealing with the terrible twos and beyond has opened up a new avenue of thought for me and for anyone who is trying to change the moods of stubborn toddlers. If you’re still struggling at mealtimes, their bedtime or just listening to you, then please continue to read. At first I was skeptical because what has this “NLP” got to do with handling a two-year-old? Turns out it is pretty relevant after all. Chris uses language techniques to help toddlers behave better. He doesn’t hypnotize them at all; he just uses their fertile little minds as a growing field in which to seed behavior suggestions.  He mixes what he knows about hypnosis with the 15 years he spent studying language techniques to come up with a pretty unique approach to parenting. What […]

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Create Your Own Potty Training Chart!

Using fun & engaging activities are a great way to get children excited to learn new things. About potty training, this is another new experience for growing toddlers & as parents, we should guide them along especially when they’re entering the terrible twos stage. Here’s one potty training chart that I’ve made for my 2 year old daughter. Yes, she loves pirates themes! aarrrgg. She had lots of fun pasting the stickers. It’s a fun activity to bond with your child, so I thought I could share it. There’re quite a number of potty charts out there but nothing beats getting your child create his/her own. Here it is!   This is the blank treasure map. Download and a sheet of pirate theme items. Download It fits perfectly on A4 or letter sizes. Should be fine for larger sizes too. So now you can create your own pirate treasure map! […]

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Parenting Skills Worksheets

Whether you are a veteran or first-time parent, sometimes emotions can get the better of you in tricky situations with your toddlers. Use this parenting skills worksheets to steer yourself back to be more effective parent with an action plan.  :-)  Download * Personal use only

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