Six Benefits Of Single Parenting For The Child

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Being a single parenting is hugely rewarding. Sure, a lot of people think it is not ideal but life has a way of throwing “non-ideal” situations at us. We can either complain about them or figure out a way to make

Encourage The Strengths In Your Child

2017-05-09T16:36:02+00:00 communication, dude and dad, guy guyde, life and style, parenting|

My nine year old son is at math camp this week. Yep, math camp. It wasn’t exactly the destination that he was hoping for but it is turning out great all the same. A surprise to me since he struggled

Imperfect Parenting In The 1970s

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 Amazingly, I made it through childhood. It was the 1970s and 80s and “perfect parenting” inspired by countless news stories, web advice, magazines, and Pinterest didn’t exist. There were no courses for my parents to take, no blogs to

Setting Rules For Children

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Is the word “no” part of your vocabulary? Do you have trouble enforcing the rules with your children? Are you frustrated because your little angel is starting to act more like your little devil? Don’t feel bad, you are not

The Business of Parenting

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Lately I feel like I am in business with my eight year-old son. Let me explain. As he goes through, what I will lovingly call a “feisty” stage, I find myself bargaining and negotiating with him more and more. Sure,

Why You Should Talk To Your Kids About The World

2017-05-13T16:26:42+00:00 communication, dude and dad, guy guyde, home, inspiration and motivation, life and style, parenting, relationships|

Have you ever thought about reasons to talk about the world with your children? Maybe your child has questions about something they heard on the news or something talked about at school. You can’t avoid the hard topics with

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