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About Self-Esteem in Children. - Limits for self-esteem. Use the language of self-esteem and allow independent decisions for a positive child with positive self-esteem.  3/5
About Our Kids -  An informational resource for parents and professionals on child and adolescent development and psychiatric illness in kids. 4/5
AdoptiveParents.com - Attachment Deficit. Promoting Attachment Throught the Senses; Sibling Attachment; When Adopted Toddlers Reject Their Parents.  3/5
APGAR Scoring for Newborns - A score is given for each sign at one minute and five minutes after the birth. If there are problems with the baby an additional score is given at 10 minutes. A score of 7-10 is considered normal, while 4-7 might require some resuscitative measures, and a baby with apgars of 3 and below requires immediate resuscitation. 2/5
A Place To Remember - A Web site committed to publishing and providing uplifting support materials and resources for those who have been touched by a crisis in pregnancy or the death of a baby.   2/5
Birth Order Research - I think a good approach to birth order is to consider how sibling relationships are depicted in myths and fairytales or in the Bible (especially in the Old Testament). There are many stereotypes concerning the different positions in a family (e.g. last-born as "nestling"). Recall your own experiences. Perhaps you come upon an autobiographic account of a famous first, last, middle or only child.   4/5
British Agencies for Adoption & Fostering - BAAF, based in London and with offices in Wales, Scotland & England, is the leading membership organisation for agencies and individuals concerned with adoption, fostering and work with children & families. We are also a major publisher, training provider and family finder.  4/5
Can't Make Me - For Parents of the Strong Willed Child. - Advice, causes and solutions. 3/5
Child & Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS). 3/5
Children Act 1989 - The Eull Internet version of the Acts of Parliament has been prepared to reflect the text as it received Royal Assent. 3/5
Children and TV Violence - AACAP Facts for Families # 13 - Parents can protect children from excessive TV violence. 3/5
Children and Television Violence - Violence on television affects children negatively, according to psychological research. 3/5
Chldren and Televison Violence- John P. Murray School of Family Studies and Human Services Kansas State University. 3/5
Children: Parenting - Discipline. 3/5
Childrens Rights Council - Formed in 1985, the Children's Rights Council (CRC) is a national non-profit organization based in Washington, DC that works to assure children meaningful and continuing contact with both their parents and extended family regardless of the parents' marital status. 3/5
Child's Compulsive Lying - Children lie. That is a fact most parents would attest to. They don't seem to need instruction on lying; they don't need encouragement to do so. They just do. Children exaggerate, twist the truth, hide the facts, manufacture stories, and deny the obvious. 3/5
Children of Parents with Mental Illness - Inconsistent, unpredictable family environment also contributes to psychiatric illness in children. Mental illness of a parent can put stress on the marriage. An Article 3/5
Children Now - We aim to improve the lives of children in working families, particularly those with less financial resources.  3/5
Coping Techniques - For Infertility Problems.  2/5
Discipline Techniques That Work   2/5
Drugs, Pregnancy, and Lactation Antipsychotics in Pregnancy - Women typically have been counseled to avoid using psychiatric medications during pregnancy because of known or unknown risks of prenatal exposure to these medications. An Article. 3/5
Children, Adolescents, and Advertising (RE9504) - AMERICAN ACADEMY OF PEDIATRICS. An Article. 3/5
Etch-A-Sketch Brain - Pregnancy-Related Memory Loss. An Article. 3/5
Evaluated Childbirth: The Fear-Pain Cycle in Childbirth - The Fear -Pain Cycle in Childbirth by Bonni Elizabeth Hall Fear is something which can and does control people's lives. Like pain, fear has a perfectly useful biological function, of course. While pain is a warning to us to stop doing something ...... An Article.  3/5
Fear of Pregnancy Dampening Sexual Desire. - An Article. 3/5
Fear-Pain Cycle in Childbirth - By Bonni Elizabeth Hall - Fear is something which can and does control people's lives. Like pain, fear has a perfectly useful biological function, of course. While pain is a warning to us to stop doing something or to tell us we are sick or injured or otherwise in need of rest and safety, fear is an "alarm bell" that is supposed to keep us from entering dangerous situations or, if that's impossible, to prepare us to "fight or flee" at a moment's notice. 3/5
Feeding and Pre-Speech Characteristics - Many articulatory errors made by young children with feeding difficulties
or delays are similar to the movements used in feeding. An Article 3/5
Fetal Development Overview - The development of the embyo and fetus, with amazing color pictures.  5/5
Fetal Life and Abortion: Human Personhood at Conception - An Article. 3/5
For Those Who Have Had Miscarriages - A guide for parents who have recently experienced the death of a child through miscarriage, stillbirth or other perinatal loss. An Article.   3/5
Helping Your Child Develop Self-Esteem - The development of a positive self-concept or healthy self-esteem is extremely important to the happiness and success of children and teenagers.  3/5
Home Schooling Support - Comprehensive list of educational software, information, and related online resources to assist parents with the problems of home schooling.  4/5
How Can Parents Model Good Listening Skills?  - How Can Parents Model Good Listening Skills? by Carl Smith.  Do Listening Skills Affect Learning?  An Article. 3/5
How Children Really React to Control ( Coping Mechanisms ) - B y Thomas Gordon, Ph.D. An Article. 3/5
How to Know it's not School Phobia, or Depression, or.!!!! - An Article.  3/5
Infant Development Stages of Life - Lists all childrens development stage with short explanations.  2/5
Is there Something Called the Middle Child Syndrome? - An Article. 3/5
Jealousy in young infants: a new area of research. An Article. 3/5
Journal of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine - A Journal of Current Diagnosis and Treatment in Pediatrics.  3/5
Medication, Pregnancy and Lactation - Evidence that it causes harm during pregnancy. Moclobemide(Aurorix) is a reversible MAOInhibitor that is not available in the USA. 3/5
Memory Decreases During Pregnancy - Pamela Keenan, PhD, has shown that women in their third trimester of pregnancy experience forgetfulness approximately 15 percent more than the average person. An Article. 3/5
NNCC Guidance and Discipline Database - NNCC unites the expertise of many of the nation's leading universities through the outreach system of Cooperative Extension. Our goal is to share knowledge about children and child care from the vast resources of the land grant universities with parents, professionals, practitioners, and the general public.  4/5
NORM-UK -The process of psychological dissociation from trauma, procedures beforeand after circumcision in children of both sexes. An Article. 3/5
Overcoming Fear Of Childbirth - Every woman feels some fear as childbirth approaches. You may wonder if your baby will be healthy. You may worry about how you will deal with the pain of labor. Some women fear embarrassing themselves with how they might act. Other women wonder whether they will be good mothers. These are normal feelings,Tocophobia is the Fear of Childbirth, Lockiophobia- Fear of childbirth,. Maieusiophobia- Fear of childbirth
. An Article. 3/5
Parenting Evaluation Instruments Directory - Attitudes to Having Children (1980), Behavioral Coding System (1981), Child Behavior Checklist (1983), Child's Report on Parental Behavior Inventory (CRPBI) (1965), Child-Rearing Sex Role Attitude Scale (1981),Childhood Level of Well-Being Scale (1988), Children's Perception Questionnaire (1982), Cleminshaw-Guidubaldi Parent Satisfaction Scale (1985), Cornell Parent Behavior Inventory (1970), Cornell Socialization Inventory (1974), Custody Quotient, Research Edition (1988), Daily Home Report (n.d.), Daily Rating of Effective Parenting (1974), Difficulty Index for First-Time Parents (1965), Dyadic Parent-Child Interaction Coding System (1981), EMBU: An Inventory Assessing Memories of Parental Rearing Behavior (1984), Emotional Impact of Parental Attitudes (1980), Environmental Assessment Index (1987), Family Adjustment Test (1951), Family Benefits Inventory (1986), Family Constraining and Enabling Coding System (1984), Family Decision-making Style Scale (1984), Family Interaction Q-Sort (1988), High Scope Knowledge Scale (1980), Home Quality Rating Scale (1977), Hopkins Surveys of School and Family Connections (1982), Ideas about Parenting (1985), Index of Parental Socialization Styles (1980), Indexes of the Parent-Child Relationship (1986), Infant Caregiving Inventory (1983), Interaction Behavior Code, Interaction Rating Scale (1986), Intra-Family Attitude Scales (1952), Issues Checklist, Kansas Parental Satisfaction Scale (1985), Knowledge of Infant Development Inventory (1981), Little Parental Valuing Styles System (1986), Marjoribanks Family Learning Environment Scale (1987), Maryland Parent Attitude Survey (1966), Maternal Developmental Expectations and Childrearing (1980), Maternal Expectations, Attitudes, Beliefs Inventory (1984), Maternal Social Support Index (1981), Michigan Screening Profile of Parenting (1978), Mother-Child Relationship Evaluation (1908), NC-158 Q-Sort Inventory of Parental Behaviors (1983), Neo-Natal Perception Inventories (1979), Parent Affect Test (1983),Parent Awareness Skills Survey (1990), Parent Behavior Progression, Revised (1983),Parent Perception Inventory (1983), Parent Satisfaction with Child Care Scale (1975), Parent-Child Areas of Change Questionnaire (1985), Parent-Child Interaction Rating Scales (1964), Parent-Child Relations Questionnaire (1963), Parent-Child Relationship Survey (1988), Parental Acceptance Coding Scheme (1986), Parental Acceptance-Rejection Behavior Observation Procedures (1984), Parental Acceptance-Rejection Interview Schedule (1984), Parental Acceptance-Rejection Questionnaire (1978), Parental Attitude Research Instrument (PARI) (1958), Parental Attitude Survey Scales (1963), Parental Attitudes Toward Childrearing (1981), Parental Bonding Instrument (1979), Parental Reaction to Dating Relationship Scale (1986), Parenting Stress Index (1983), Perceived Parenting Questionnaire (n.d.), Perceptions of Parental Role Scales (1985), Perinatal Anxieties and Attitudes Scale (1980), Positive Attitudes Toward Living at Home (1988), Psycholinguistic Classification System for Analyzing Mother-Child Interactions (1985), Response-Class Matrix, Rules in the Home Checklist (1983), Screening for Problem Parenting (1986), Sentence Completion Series (1992), Survey of School Climate for Pregnant and Parenting Teens (1987), Therapy Attitude Inventory (1974). 3/5
Parenting Styles/Children's Temperaments: The Match - By Robin F. Goodman, Ph.D. and Anita Gurian, Ph.D. 3/5
Practical Parenting Tips - Practical Parenting is a FREE  one-stop resource for parents and professionals wanting advice and support on child behaviour, development and family relationships. The site has been developed by Dr Andy Gill (qualified Social Worker; PhD in Psychology- UK) as a global  public  service.   3/5
Pregnancy Week by Week - From About.com.  3/5
Pyruvate Carboxylase Deficiency (PCD) - Is a rare disorder causing developmental delay and failure to thrive at birth or in early infancy. The body is deprived of energy by malfunction of the citric acid cycle and gluconeogenesis. The citric acid cycle is the major biochemical process that derives energy from carbohydrates. 3/5
Pyruvate Kinase Deficiency - Pyruvate kinase deficiency is an inherited deficiency of the enzyme pyruvate kinase, which is used by red blood cells. Without this enzyme, red blood cells break down too easily, resulting in low levels of these cells (hemolytic anemia). 3/5
Ricky Greenwald's Child Trauma Home Page  3/5
SIDS Net (Sudden Infant Death Syndrome) - Information, help and resources about this controversial condition. 3/5
SPIG - Parental Alienation Syndrome - Parental alienation syndrome is an evolving subject and not without controversy. For some, anyone who obstructs contact is intentionally denigrating the other parent with the intent of alienating the child, and this is seen as a symptom of depression and dependence. But for others the matter is not so clear.  2/5
Surf Monkey's Parents' Internet Resource Center - The Parents Internet Resource Guide.  3/5
The Children of Rage - You are here because you searched for The Children of Rage, or were sent this page from someone who cares about you very much. Please forward this on to all your friends and people who will also find it useful, anyone who has a Child of Rage or works with one, or is related to one, or goes to school with one.... 4/5
The Dilemma of the Only Child - Alissa D. Eischens Northwestern University. This paper examines the phenomenon of birth order as it particularly relates to only children. Only children are unique in birth order in that they are the first- and last-born children in their families. Various theories of prominent psychologists such as Adler, Freud, Skinner, and Eysenck will be examined in their application to the importance of birth order in personality development. A theory concerning only children will then be presented, dealing chiefly with their difficulty with the labels of introversion and extraversion. Personal observations as well as a proposal for testing the theory will be given. 3/5
The Helpless Parent Syndrome - By Rebecca Prewett. An Article. 3/5
The Natural Child Site - Parenting advice column. Their motto is "All children behave as well as they are treated. 4/5
The Parent-Adolescent Relationship - Over a teenager is what inadvertently leads him into accepting sneakiness and lying as viable strategies within the parent-adolescent relationship.  3/5
The Strong-Willed Child - The StrongWilled Child: 12 Concepts and Ideas That May Be Helpful 1. Make sure you have one. There is a difference between a strong willed child and a weak-willed parent. 2. If you have a strong willed child, you are not to blame for the temperament with...  An Article. 3/5
Triplo-X Syndrome (XXX Syndrome) - Parenthood represents one of the most amazing changes that occurs in our lives. Having a child with triplo-X or 47, XXX does not detract from this monumental change. 3/5
Tips for Parenting Children with Challenging Behaviour - Challenging behaviour is any behaviour that interferes with children's learning, development and success at play; is harmful to the child, other children or adults; or puts a child at high risk for later social problems or school failure. 3/5
Virtual Institute for Birth - Salutogenesis in support of normality - The term salutogenesis will be new to many people, what follows is an explanation both of the original concept and how it can be applied to birth. 3/5
Warning Signs- Is a resource site for parents to alert them to the warning signs for drugs, alcohol and gang Violence to help protect children who are exposed to threats to their well-being, personal safety and development. 3/5
What Is the Strong-Willed Child? - An Article.  3/5
Women's Possible Reactions to Sex During Pregnancy. - An Article. 3/5
WWW.Lone-Parents.ork.uk - Single parents / lone parents may experience emotions such as loneliness and isolation. The frustration of being a single parent can create stress and anxiety levels that can be harmful to you and your own. Left unchecked this can lead towards emotional meltdown. Use this site learn the art of survival, have your say or tell the rest of us your survival tips. 4/5
Youth Challange - Your Problem-Kid Problem-Solver. The place for mental health workers to turn for the newest and best strategies to help troubled youth and children 3/5
Young Children's Social Development: A Checklist - From ERIC Digests. 3/5
 
Miscellaneous Information.
10 Thoughts For Divorcing Parents - By William A. Eddy, LCSW, Esq . From Self Help Magazine. 3/5
ParentNews - A site devoted to Parental issues concerns and resources.  3/5
Sex Education Starts at Home - By Marlene M. Maheu, Ph.D. From Self Help Magazine. 3/5
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