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Being Friends with Co-Workers and Employees

By JustMommies staff

By Ruth Haag www.RuthHaag.com You probably spend as many hours at work as you do awake at home. Thus, you spend as much time with your co-workers as with your family. It is nice to be able to tell people at work important things that are going on at home. Sometimes it is nice to gain the insight of a
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Child’s Play: Teaching Your Child Social Skills

By JustMommies staff

Kids don’t always play fair. It is a fact of life that your child may at some point be picked on or feel left out, but take heart – when your child encounters difficult social dynamics it can actually be a good teaching opportunity for you and an invaluable learning experience for your child. You
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Child’s Play: Teaching Your Child Social Skills

By JustMommies staff

Kids don’t always play fair. It is a fact of life that your child may at some point be picked on or feel left out, but take heart – when your child encounters difficult social dynamics it can actually be a good teaching opportunity for you and an invaluable learning experience for your child. You
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Dealing with Common Childhood Fears

By JustMommies staff

Just about every kid has some kind of fear, whether it’s big barking dogs, monsters under the bed, or noisy and crowded birthday parties. Sometimes the fears are just a passing phase, but sometimes they can grow to be larger than life. How can you help your child calm his or her fears, and how do you
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Dealing with Common Childhood Fears

By JustMommies staff

Just about every kid has some kind of fear, whether it’s big barking dogs, monsters under the bed, or noisy and crowded birthday parties. Sometimes the fears are just a passing phase, but sometimes they can grow to be larger than life. How can you help your child calm his or her fears, and how do you
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Shy Kids: How to Help Kids Make Friends

By Armin Brott

Dear Mr. Dad: Our daughter is very shy and seems to have very few friends. My wife and I worry that there’s something wrong with her and we want to help her make more friends. What can we do? A: There’s no magic number of friends a child should have and your child’s temperament will play a major
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Teens and Internet Safety

By JustMommies staff

Keeping Your Teens Safe While They Surf the Net Teenagers crave independence and privacy in every aspect of their lives – and their time on the Internet is no exception. Each new generation is more comfortable with electronic technology than the one before, and today’s teens already know more about
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That’s What Friends Are For: Socializing Your Small Child

By Nancy Da Silva

For the first few years of their life, you are your child’s best friend. You’re the one they play with, talk to and depend on for all their needs. They lavish all their love and attention on you. While you certainly want to maintain a loving and close relationship with your child it is just as important
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That’s What Friends Are For: Socializing Your Small Child

By Nancy Da Silva

For the first few years of their life, you are your child’s best friend. You’re the one they play with, talk to and depend on for all their needs. They lavish all their love and attention on you. While you certainly want to maintain a loving and close relationship with your child it is just as important
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The Wrong Crowd: When Your Kid’s Friends Are A Bad Influence

By Nancy Da Silva

Your child will have many influences on his road to adulthood; some good, some bad. We hope, as we raise our children that we are teaching them to be decent, responsible people, but what happens when your child comes in contact with someone whose influence counters yours? From infancy to their toddler
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