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" Learn How to Nurture A Smarter Kid "
Volume #13 Issue #05
ISSN: 0219-7642 Jul 28, 2014
Andrew Loh, Publisher
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Life whizzes past ultra quick and within no time, especially when it relates to a busy family. Parents
and children, in today's busy world, may not provide that elusive time, when they can be together
and enjoying the magic of living. The complaint everyone makes today is that “they simply do not
have any time left.” Family life becomes mechanical, while the elusive emotional link that binds
the family is fading away too soon.
The best antidote for “ultra-quick parenting” is “slow-parenting” when parents
take their calibrated and well-measured time to raise their family. Children are allowed to make their
own decision, while parents help them make those without losing the sense of discipline. It is just
like “going slow”, all the while guiding young and old children to become more effective and
Slow parenting is a buzz word that helps parents free up their worries, tension and emotional strain. In
the process, every member of the family will develop a sense of independent thinking and assume their
responsibility of becoming a good parent or wise and intelligent children. All the best.
Thought for today:
"At the end of the day, the most overwhelming key to a child's success is the positive involvement
of parents." - Jane D. Hull
Publisher & Editor, BrainyZine
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Slow Parenting Teens: How to Create a Positive, Respectful, and Fun Relationship with Your Teenager
By Molly Wingate and Marti Woodward
Slow Parenting Teens provides a news flash to parents: If your relationship with your teen isn't what you
want--YOU can change it. The five "slow" attitudes in this book will help you face your own fears and create
a positive, respectful, and fun parenting relationship with your teenager.
Believe it or not, your teenagers want a close relationship with you as much, or more, as you want the same
thing with them. They lean into your acceptance, approval, and attention. They pull away from your correction,
judgment, and lectures. That's why Slow Parenting Teens is the parenting book recommended by teenagers: You
can change your family dynamics, and this book shows you the way.
Fed Up with Frenzy: Slow Parenting in a Fast-Moving World
By Susan Sachs Lipman
The hectic pace of everyday life can keep families constantly on the go, but removing some of the frenzy is
easy—if you just take a moment to slow down. Hit the pause button on all of life's daily distractions
and reconnect with your family in familiar and exciting ways.
Parenting and family expert Susan Sachs Lipman shows you the enormous benefits of having a slower paced,
more connected family. Packed with simple, affordable, and delightful games, crafts, and activities, Fed Up
with Frenzy will help you spend more distraction—free time with your children.
Spanking the gray matter out of our kids
CNN July 23, 2014
How to discipline the next generation is a hotly debated topic. In 2012, a national survey showed more than half of
women and three-quarters of men in the United States believe a child sometimes needs a "good hard spanking."
How 'Good Mothering' Hardwires a Child's Brain: Mom Impacts Her Babies
Science World Report July 18, 2014
Could having a good mother impact a child's brain? That just may be the case, according to a new study. Researchers
have taken a look at rat pups and have found that their mothers and their nurturing roles directly mold the early
neural activity and growth of their offspring's brains.
Babble to your baby from birth! Cooing at newborns is vital to speech development
The Daily Mail July 14, 2014
Cooing at a newborn baby is not just a sign of affection - scientists think it is vital part of teaching them to speak.
Limit Use Of Electronic Devices By Children
Courrant July 15, 2014
With the use of electronic devices being a huge part of our everyday lives, many teachers, parents and caregivers
fail to recognize the profound danger these devices can be imposing upon our developing children.
Must-have parenting hacks for raising young children
Great Falls Tribune July 26, 2014
Before having children, people warned us about many aspects of parenthood: laundry piles the size of Texas, how
sleep is craved so deeply you can taste it and that there was a new-fangled torture device called "walking on Legos."
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