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Are you a peerent? That is, someone who feels more comfortable with relationships but uncomfortable with authority. Check out the 6 markers of peerenting and how you can step more into parenting.

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Positive trackers are popular as they make others feel good. They are also more confident and appear more confident to others. Here are some ideas to help your kids be positive trackers.

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A recent survey shows 85% of Australian parents admitted smacking their kids. I suspect many people smack but don’t feel great about it. Discipline needs to fit the times in which we live. We don't accept physical punishment at school any mopre so we shouldn't practise it at home either.  

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Most of us have a dominant birth order personality that matches our birth position. But that personality is influenced by variables such as temperament, gender and other family circumstances. So it is not so much where you are born in your family but how you function that counts. How a person functions generally correlates with birth position.

 

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A recent poll showed that dads are more likely to take parenting advice from their mothers, while woman will go to their friends. Who do you turn to to help you learn about parenting?

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