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  • Caring for the Angry Child
    Advice and information on nursing care and parenting for an angry chronically frustrated temper tantrum and fit throwing children kids teens and adolescents. Nursing care of the angry or chronically frustrated child is challenging. is high. The child may not understand his/her strong feelings and often does not know how to deal with these feelings. An angry child has increased Parents often feel ineffective and frustrated. Tension health risks a nurse must consider in the child's plan of care.

  • Problem Child
    This web site is motivated by parents who have been given the challenge of parenting very difficult children. It is intended as a resource for parents who are struggling to find the right answers. It is also a message of hope, because many answers are available that you will not hear about from helpful friends and even from most professionals. And because we have been there as parents, we also understand that some of these children may be very difficult to love, or they may also find it difficult to respond to your love.

  • Better Behavior Wheel
    Are the kids out of control? With the Better Behavior Wheel you get an upbeat, fun, and totally unique tool for managing child behavior ...that actually works. If you have kids, you NEED the Wheel!

  • Approach/Avoidance Trait-Difficult Children
    While most children are somewhere in between, the extremes do exist.

  • Challenge of Difficult Children
    Parenting Difficult Children: The Challenge of... and parenting every child.

  • Could something REALLY be wrong with my difficult child?
    If you have a gut feeling that something is not right, trust that feeling. Intuition is real. Find time to be very quiet and listen. Ask for guidance and don't be "attached" to one answer or outcome. Be open to all avenues and suggestions that come in the stillness. This requires courage and faith.

  • Dealing with a Crying Infant
    Being a parent can be one of the most satisfying jobs we will do. It can also be one of the hardest. One of the erst challenges new parents face is how to deal with a crying baby. Crying is a normal, everyday event in the lives of most babies. Since they can't talk right away, crying is the only way babies have to communicate that they need something.

  • Difficult Child
    ADHD Transforming children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and oppositional defiance disorder ODD or attention deficit disorder ADD without Aderal or Ritalin. Hyperactive children, behavior problems in children and classroom behavior are all addressed.

  • Difficult Child Treatment
    Each newborn child has his or her own temperament or personality. These range from the "difficult child" at one end of the spectrum to the "easy child" at the other. Approximately 10% of all children are considered difficult.

  • Difficult, Hard to Raise Children-Difficult Temperments
    Several traits which will remain constant over a life time can be identified at birth, according to researchers Thomas, Chess, Birch, Hertzig, and Korn. "Initial Traits of Reactivity" is the way a child responds to the environment.

  • Listening To What Children Want
    Children's wants are sometimes big and persistent. How to handle your child's upsets that arise from wanting, and how to judge whether fulfilling the want is really the best solution.

  • Management Tips for kids with Difficult Traits
    Knowing how to handle each behavior that results from having a difficult temperment can change the pattern of ill-feelings and helplessness that both parent and child experience.

  • Managing the Difficult Child: Toddlers
    I wish I could tell you that there is a simple formula that guarantees an easy childhood and adolescence leading to successful adulthood. In fact, because no two children are exactly alike, what works best with one child might not work well with another. And since not all parents are alike, an approach that's acceptable to one set of parents may not be acceptable to another. You will have to tailor the discipline of your children to their personalities and yours. With that in mind, I hope to offer you some guidelines and insights to help you along the way.

  • Raising Kids - Family.go.com
    Various articles about behavior from spitting, talking back, and other problems found in young children.

  • Taming a 'difficult' child
    Published a year ago, the book written by Tucson family therapist Howard Glasser apparently has touched a nerve among American parents - so many of them now faced with what he calls "difficult" and "challenging" and "intense" children.

  • Taming Temper Tantrums
    This article addresses some of the reasons that young children have temper tantrums. The reader will also find concrete and age appropriate suggestions for coping with this behavior.

  • The Challenge of Difficult Children
    Because "good enough parenting" and "common sense" aren't always enough. Help for parents of difficult children.

  • The Disruptive Child
    Specific attitudes and actions of this child at home and/or at school who is disruptive and how to help this behavior in easy and clear steps.

  • The Love and Logic
    We provide training materials that teach our unique Love and Logic approach to raising children which puts teachers and parents in control, teaches children to be responsible and prepares them for the real world.

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