VIDEOS IN PARENTING

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The Best Way To Get Your Kids To Stop Being Worrywarts [VIDEO]

As parents, seeing that our kids are almost always anxious about something can be heartbreaking. No one wants their children to feel like they have to worry about everything and carry the weight of the world on their shoulders alone. What makes it even worse is that sometimes, they're too embarassed or afraid to confide in us. When it comes to parenting, there's no question that this only suceeds in making us worry about our kids even more.

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How To Stop Your Kid From Being A Quitter [VIDEO]

When it comes to parenting, seeing our kids get stressed out can feel pretty awful. Whether it's struggling with homework or being frustrated when trying new activities such as playing a sport or joining a clug, it can be hard to watch our children fail. But what's even worse is when our family is so afraid of failing that they would rather quit that stick it through.

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Parents, Here's What To Do If Your Kids Don't Respect You [VIDEO]

We've all seen this happen at least once before: An unsuspecting parent will start reprimanding their child at the supermarket for throwing a tantrum or misbehaving, only for their kid to talk back to them. Nowadays, it almost seems as if most kids feel as if they can say whatever they want with no regard to the consequences. It goes without saying that this lack of respect is not only rude and inappropriate, but is also completely unacceptable. Yes, we would all love our kids to speak their minds but there is a time and place for everything (not to mention the fact that our kids should be showing us respect). That's what makes it super important for us to draw the line early on.

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How To Deal When Your Mom Nags You For Being Single [VIDEO]

There's no doubt that we love our parents. But we can admit that they can sometimes be a bit insufferable, especially when it comes to our love lives. Even though it's incredibly sweet that our parents are so invested in making sure that we find love and settle down with the right person, the pressure can end up becoming super intense. To be honest, having them constantly cross the line is just plain frustrating. Just because we're single doesn't mean that we aren't actively looking (or that we need the help). Now, convincing our mothers that we're happy with our lives (not to mention saying that without it coming across in a really negative way) is the hard part.

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How Putting Your Kids' Needs First Can Hurt Your Marriage [VIDEO]

One of our top priorities is making sure that our children are not only properly cared for, but are healthy too. But if we're being totally honest, taking care of the kids 24/7 can be a bit draining. Even though it seems like we should be putting our kids' well-being before our own on a constant basis, it can actually start to take a toll on our marriage.

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How To Frame Your Words Without Hurting Your Kids [VIDEO]

As parents, it goes without saying that we just want the best for our children. Being worried about their health is just one of our many concerns. But sometimes, we can say things that don't seem like a big deal but end up really hurting our kids' self-esteem and confidence. When it comes to parenting, we need to be really careful about what we say (and how we say it) because our words can have a lasting effect. For starters, if you're really worried about your daughter's weight, there's a right way and a wrong way to say it without hurting her feelings. Using the word "fat" can be destructive to her self-esteem unless it's for educational purposes.

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How To Make Your Divorce Easier On Your Kids [VIDEO]

Even though going through a divorce can be really hard, seeing the effect that it has on our kids makes everything that much harder. Of course we don't blame them for feeling like they are being pulled in two different directions and trying to keep up with the both of us. The point is that a divorce doesn't just affect us as parents, but our family as a whole. But working with a divorce mediator can make all of the difference!

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What To Do When Your Kid Keeps Acting Out

As parents, we can admit that there are times where our kids do things that really frustrate us. Whether it's by actively disobeying the rules in spite of being reprimanded for it or talking back, they sometimes behave in a way that is completely unlikeable and unacceptable. But instead of questioning ourselves for getting so upset, we have to figure out why we're letting them get away with this behavior in the first place. When it comes to parenting, you've got to be honest with your kids — and yourself.

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Assess the situation.
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How To Deal With Other People Disciplining Your Kids

When it comes to parenting, we spend so much time trying to make sure that our kids are going down the right path. Even though it's super important to correct their behavior and teach them how to learn from their mistakes, seeing other adults discipline them can be frustrating. Even though it can be hard to deal with outsiders trying to scold our kids, there are a lot of things that go into the situation.

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Get in the zone.
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Work Hard, Play Hard: How To Motivate Your Kids To Succeed

As parents, one of the age old questions that we can't help thinking about (and stressing over) is how we can motivate our kids to do better in school — without getting into an argument over their progress. But helping our kids get on the right track and succeed isn't as hard as we think.

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Hovering isn't going to help.
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Will Constantly Hovering Help Or Hurt Our Kids?

As parents, wanting to do everything in our power to protect our kids and help them grow is completely natural. We have to admit that stopping the urge to not only be there every step of the way, but to be in total control can be really hard at times. We're not saying that being helicopter parents is the only way to keep them in line, but it can be difficult trying to figure out which parenting styles actually work.