Archive for the Adolescent Psychology Category


How to Deal With a Teen Who Shoplifts

Dealing with teenagers is a bit difficult, especially since this is the phase where they go through a lot of changes. You have to deal with their mood swings and their “angsty” phase, and you also have to help them deal with the physical changes they go through in the adolescence stage. If you have […]

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Parenting Tips For Healthy, Effective Parenting

Many parents are hungry for healthy parenting tips and effective parenting advice. The Responsible Kids Network offers parenting tips to encourage and support authoritative parenting.

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Parenthood – 30 Things My Parents Did That Made All the Difference

Parenting, in many regards, is difficult. It requires work, persistence, and patience. The very word parenthood is synonymous with challenges, frustrations, and responsibility. However, parents everywhere will also collectively agree that parenthood is also the source of the greatest joy, satisfaction, happiness that life has to offer.

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The Biggest Parenting Myth – Smacking is Detrimental to Discipline

When did Smacking become a dirty word? This is the biggest – and unkindest- myth yet propagated on our generation. A quick sharp smack on the hand has been a most effective disciplinary measure, when used correctly, for generations and still works for people who are brave enough to do it.

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Insensitive Parenting Advice From a Leading Radio Talk Show Host

Recently, a well-known, national, conservative, radio talk show host had a discussion about parenting coaches. (A parenting coach is a consultant who is hired to discuss and advise parents about how to deal with the many challenges that parents face as they guide their children through childhood.)

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