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5 Ways to Raise a "Good Enough" Child

By Jan Denise

How many times have you told your ebullient child he's too loud or too active? How often have you told your contemplative, cautious child not to be a scaredy-cat and so shy? In subtle ways, you are giving your child, when he's expressing his or her unique temperament, the message that he's not good enough.
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Are Contact Lenses Better for a Childs’ Self Image?

By JustMommies staff

A new study reveals that children who wore contact lenses over glasses had higher levels of self- perception and social acceptance. Children in the study, done by researchers at Ohio State University’s College of Optometry, were between 8 – 11 years old and were evaluated over a period of three years,
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Does my teen have an eating disorder?

By JustMommies staff

Eating disorders often develop in adolescence. Many teens are trying to have the perfect body or have an unrealistic perspective of how they look. Eating disorders may start as a diet or often young girls are fascinated with the idea of being anorexic. Anorexia is glamorized in the media. Teen girls
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Does my teen have an eating disorder?

By JustMommies staff

Eating disorders often develop in adolescence. Many teens are trying to have the perfect body or have an unrealistic perspective of how they look. Eating disorders may start as a diet or often young girls are fascinated with the idea of being anorexic. Anorexia is glamorized in the media. Teen girls
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Mommy does this make me look fat?

By Jan Fulcher

Parenting language that promotes healthy body images. Constructed on a 5 foot 1 inch frame, my husband thinks even that is a stretch, my body image has been a work- in- progress for most of my 53 years. While I was raised by parents who encouraged me to not be limited based on my gender, size or body
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Mommy does this make me look fat?

By Jan Fulcher

Parenting language that promotes healthy body images. Constructed on a 5 foot 1 inch frame, my husband thinks even that is a stretch, my body image has been a work- in- progress for most of my 53 years. While I was raised by parents who encouraged me to not be limited based on my gender, size or body
» Read more

Signs of Low Self-Esteem in Kids

You love your kids with all of your heart and when they struggle with loving themselves, it's heartbreaking to watch. Low self-esteem in kids is common, but that doesn't make it any less painful, or serious. Kids suffer from low self-esteem for many reasons, ranging from bullying to emotional issues
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Signs of Low Self-Esteem in Kids

You love your kids with all of your heart and when they struggle with loving themselves, it's heartbreaking to watch. Low self-esteem in kids is common, but that doesn't make it any less painful, or serious. Kids suffer from low self-esteem for many reasons, ranging from bullying to emotional issues
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Vulture Culture: How we encourage bullying

By Susan Lipkins

Our vulture culture emphasizes a winner/loser mentality that encourages dominance and aggression. Extreme bullying, often using sexual slurs such as "gay, fag, slut and whore," is becoming a common experience for students of all ages, and in particular, for children aged 11-13. Bullying will stop when
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Vulture Culture: How we encourage bullying

By Susan Lipkins

Our vulture culture emphasizes a winner/loser mentality that encourages dominance and aggression. Extreme bullying, often using sexual slurs such as "gay, fag, slut and whore," is becoming a common experience for students of all ages, and in particular, for children aged 11-13. Bullying will stop when
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