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Today's job market is pretty competitive and many single parents opt to return to school in order to add degree or other credentials to their resumes to increase employment marketability.
Adults have a hard enough timing handling the spiteful words that are often flung around carelessly during divorce, but imagine the difficulty the children have when they hear one or both parents bad-mouth the other parent?
A lot of responsibility comes with raising a child and, when one is suddenly thrust into single parenthood, it can feel doubly overwhelming. As a single parent, a person must act as both mom and dad and it can be a huge and challenging balancing act.
To help ease kids' concerns and help them cope, it makes the transition easier if you give them an explanation of what is going on and why. However, before you broach the topic of divorce, it is also important to consider what you plan to say because this discussion should not be done hastily or in a spontaneous way.
Parent advocates are an important part of every child's education. A child who has special needs is going to need someone to organize and pull together their education plan to ensure they get the best structured education that will meet their individual learning needs.
Single parenting is a tough job. When you have to assume the role of two parents it can get pretty overwhelming at times. Between the kids' schedules, school, your job, and balancing everything else that comes up in between you may sometimes feel as if you're losing your sanity.
The reality is kids will need to have a full understanding of computing and the Internet. Parents today can no longer effectively shield their kids from being online in today's world.
A parent instinctively knows what is best for his or her child. Parents who are directly involved with their child's education will know they are getting the right structure and best education to fit their son or daughter's individual needs.
There is nothing cuter than seeing a baby's smile, teeth or no teeth. Did you know a baby's teeth are present from the second trimester in pregnancy? By the time he or she is born, there will already be a full set beneath the gums. Even though parents won't...
Divorce is tough financially and emotionally. In addition to the pain associated with money and emotions, if children are born of the union, two of the most important issues need to be settled during a divorce is custody and visitation.
In general, Daylight Savings time tends to be a bit controversial due to the various opinions associated with this practice. Typically, debate spurns over issues such as energy, politics and economics, but for many the concerns are more associated with the immediate and direct personal impact of routine when the clocks are changed.
It is not uncommon for single parents to find themselves getting a little frazzled with the pressure of the day to day household tasks with no one else to share this responsibility with. As a single parent, taking care of yourself is probably the last thing on your mind.
A good number of students do indeed choose to go straight to college right after high school, but what about the percentage who feels they are not ready? Should they take a year off after high school first?
For the most part, most schools do succeed in their mission, but unfortunately there are times where a school fails to provide an appropriate education for a special needs child. It may be the school does not provide the right necessities for special needs children to succeed in the school setting.
Rather than looking to age to decide when your toddler should start school, it is perhaps more of value to determine if he or she is physically, socially and emotionally ready to go to school. Here are a few questions to ask yourself before sending your little one off to preschool.