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sick in Bed #255

When your child gets sick, he/she really needs you to be there for them. They really need their parents for comfort at the onslaught of an illness. Spending a night rocking your child to sleep will make you preciously aware of what parenting is all about.

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Thanks to: Mary Evans - Salt Lake City - USA. - rec.:May 15, 2002 - pub.:May 19, 2002 - sent.:Jul 27, 2009
Bedtime Story #242

At bedtime read or tell stories to your toddler. Reading aids in relaxing them to fall asleep. Also, children find comfort in the routine and look forward to bedtime.

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Thanks to: Trinity Cooper - Little Rock - USA. - rec.:May 15, 2002 - pub.:May 19, 2002 - sent.:Mar 6, 2011
What do you do when kids keep asking you WHY? #638

Next time your kid asks you, why? Over and over just ask them, why do you keep asking me why?

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Thanks to: chantel - USA. - rec.:Sep 29, 2002 - pub.:Oct 2, 2002 - sent.:May 18, 2014
Helping your child handle a bully #4800

If your child is being bullied, get involved. Children nee to know you’re taking the situation seriously and will act to help stop the bullying.
Follow this advice.
· Listen in a loving manner. Don’t let your child see that you’re upset. This can make the situation worse.
· Tell your child that he or she isn’t to blame.
· Support your child’s feelings. Instead of saying, “Everything will be fine,” say, “I understand you’re having a tough time. Let’s work together to deal with this.”
· Talk to your child’s teacher and principal, and brainstorm solutions.

If another child physically assaults your child or is seriously threatening your child with physical injury take action immediately. Talk with school officials to help determine whether the police need to be involved.

What kids can do.
· Don’t react to the bullying. Bullies may give up if they don’t get the attention they crave.
· Don’t hit, kick or push back.
· Practice what you’ll say to a bully, such as, “I want you to stop now.”
· Show confidence by walking away with your head held high.
· Stick with a friend while on the bus, at lunch or in between classes.
· Talk to an adult. Parents, teachers, principals and guidance counselors can help you stop the bullying.

- Mayo Clinic -

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Thanks to: Anonymous - USA. - rec.:Oct 24, 2006 - pub.:Oct 24, 2006 - sent.:Feb 9, 2013
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