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26 Malaysia: creating self-awareness in our children
Zaid Mohamad - New Straits Times, 11 August 2019. [11-08-2019]
Before our children can make changes in themselves, they need to know what there is to work with.
27 How to adopt positive parenting habits
Samira Gupta - The Indian Express, 9 August 2019. [11-08-2019]
Disregarding their feelings makes them feel unwanted and causes negative effects.
28 Stop blaming our parenting
Wendy Tuohy - Brisbane Times, 30 July 2019. [02-08-2019]
American intellectual Jonathan Haidt says middle class parents are creating fragile children.
29 Sharpening your family’s social awareness tools
Jenni Stahlmann and Jody Hagaman - Herald Tribune, 22 July 2019. [26-07-2019]
This is a vital skill in today’s social climate, where research shows that empathy on the whole has declined over the last 30 years.
30 Raising a child who is likely to be bullied – or who even bullies others
Health24, 24 July 2019. [26-07-2019]
A new study provides a more complete understanding of how parents’ belittling and critical interactions with adolescents thwart their ability to maintain positive relationships with peers.
31 Parenting skills don’t necessarily come naturally
Ken Potts - Daily Herald, 11 July2019. [13-07-2019]
It seems this parenting business requires a whole lot of understanding, skill, patience and perseverance; and we eventually find ourselves doing many of the same things our parents did.
32 UK: Less than a third of eligible men take paternity leave
Jon Taylor - EMW, 8 July 2019. [08-07-2019]
The number of men taking paternity leave is continuing to fall suggests research. Approximately 31% of eligible new fathers used paternity leave in the last year versus 32% in the previous year.
33 Gap between China’s urban and rural parenting styles narrows
Xinhua, 7 July 2019. [08-07-2019]
The parenting levels of China’s rural families have gradually improved, which indicates that the gap between the urban and rural parenting ideas and ways is narrowing, according to a recent survey.
34 Panda parenting: encouraging kids to be independent
Sarah Hughes - 7News, 2 July 2019. [02-07-2019]
Panda parenting is the opposite of helicopter parenting - it's a relaxed, hands-off approach that gives children scaffolding to let them go free.
35 Child watch: New service protects babysitters and parents
Irish Examiner, 30 June 2019. [02-07-2019]
An online service matching parents with suitable child minders has been set up. But many mums and dads are not properly briefing them on what do in emergencies.
36 Science suggests parents are taking parenting too far
Patrick A. Coleman - Fatherly, 13 June 2019. [20-06-2019]
Parents who want to give their kids every advantage are spending more and more time and money on kids, but science is finding that it’ s better to step back and find balance.
37 The damage of dad-shaming
Perri Klass - The New York Times, 16 June 2019. [20-06-2019]
In the US, more than half of the fathers in a national poll reported being criticized about their parenting decisions.
38 When parents try to do it all, they do it poorly
Emily Oster - The Atlantic, 14 June 2019. [15-06-2019]
New parents are given a lot of rules to follow, but little guidance for how to choose among them when constrained.
39 The future of men and marriage is bleak
Suzanne Venker - Washington Examiner, 14 June 2019. [15-06-2019]
It’s the breakdown of marriage, in other words, or the collapse of the family, that results in father-absent homes.
40 Parenting: finding the balance
Jackie Lumbasi - The New Times, 7 June 2019. [09-06-2019]
Parents are naturally protective of their off springs and at times overdo it.
41 Cold-parenting linked to premature aging, increased disease risk in offspring
Medical X Press, 26 may 2019. [02-06-2019]
New research out of suggests that unsupportive parenting styles may have several negative health implications for children, even into their adult years.
42 Global Day of Parents: UNICEF urges for support
UNICEF, 1 June 2019. [02-06-2019]
Kicking off on Saturday the first-ever global Parenting Month, UNICEF, is calling on world leaders to invest in family-friendly policies that support parents to give their children “the best start in life”.
43 Positive parenting: how can it help?
Ilana Donna Arazie - Patch, 6 May 2019. [07-05-2019]
This new form of parenting can create a deeper relationship with your children. Here are five ways to use it in your home.
44 If we’re honest about parenting, we’ll feel so much better
Independent, 3 May 2019. [03-05-2019]
From Ireland, #ThisIsParenthood has been launched as a global project to document the realities of parenting through an honest lens.
45 Kenya: How modern parents are raising weak children
Business Daily, 3 May 2019. [03-05-2019]
Have modern Kenyans become ‘helicopter parents’, that they are taking an overprotective and excessive interest in their children, derailing their maturity?
46 America: Child raising vs parenting
John Rosemond - Chicago Tribune, 28 April 2019. [03-05-2019]
There is child raising and there is “parenting.” America replaced the former with the latter in the 1970s and it’s been downhill ever since.
47 We are all collectively parenting
Eliana Alba - Thrive Global, 28 April 2019. [29-04-2019]
All it takes to start making a big impact on the future of our society is a slight mindset change on how we see our relationship with the upcoming youth.
48 Instead of parenting race, let’s focus on raising happy children
Neela Kaushik - Hindustan Times, 8 April 2019. [14-04-2019]
The parenting journey can sometimes be draining. We all have had our moments in the parenting journey where we have felt clueless and wondered if we were indeed doing the right thing.
49 All parenting is hard — Don’t compare yourself with others
Meg St-Esprit - The Washington Post, 10 April 2019. [14-04-2019]
You may not be exactly where others are, but you should much rather walk this journey in solidarity than in competition.
50 Baby boomers and the art of parenting adult kids
Clare Ansberry - The Wall Street Journal, 13 April 2019. [14-04-2019]
More involved with grown children than previous generations, many boomers struggle with letting them go.
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