Monthly Archive:: January 2018

Echo Boomer Brain Bust

I was flipping channels at about 3am trying to locate the next invention that was going to change my life and the world for $19.95. Soon I channel-surfed my way to some obscure late night TV show

Influencing The Behavior Of Your Children – Understanding Behaviorial Patterns

There is no easy answer to this problem. There are thousands of books out there on this subject alone, and they all have different answers. We must remember that children are unique. There has never been a

Family Relationships: Unraveling Threads

The issue of teen pregnancy requires one to dig deeper into the problem in hopes of finding answers to the most difficult and confusing questions. It means examining family relationships, one’s upbringing, the media’s role, peer pressure,

Surrogacy Spreading Happiness on Millions of Prospective Parents Faces

About 10% of male and females of reproductive age today are suffering from infertility. A report reveals that 6.1 million people in U.S. are affected by infertility. Infertility in males and females can be treated with the

The Parent Will Always Right

This is one among the most disturbing things concerning sending your kid off to highschool and to public school particularly. In several subtle ways in which, the school appears to send the message to you that you

Math-tutoring Web Site ‘adds Up’ For Students

Good news for parents who want to help their child master mathematics: A popular math-tutoring system has up-dated its graphics, added interactive lessons and installed them on the Internet. The system also has an instant feedback function

Driver’s Education in Schools

As the parent of a teenager, do you attend meetings of your local school board? I don’t attend as many as I would like, but I do try to attend meetings when an issue about which I

Can You Imagine Parenting Paris?

Tracey over at Paris Hilton Watch is doing a great job keeping up with all Hilton’s latest antics. As a parent, however, I felt a strong urge to say something after hearing about Paris’ latest woes. Hilton was recently sentenced

Car Hunt With a Teen

We are now in the process of beginning an active search for a car for my 16-year-old daughter. We’d prefer to have something new but, since our budget won’t allow that, we’ll be going the used route.

Sexual Health & Teen Boys

A new study from Johns Hopkins Children’s Center talks about the sexual health of teenage boys. The survey of boys ages 15-19 shows that boys who can talk more openly with both parents about their sexual health are more likely