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Being the parent of a teen-ager
Parenting rules to help you enjoy your teen-ager

Signs of a teen in trouble
Symptoms of teens who are at risk of depression or suicide attempts

Tips for Parenting
Tips on building strong, positive relationships with your children

TV rules for parents
Guidelines to help parents supervise their children's TV viewing

Talking to your teens about sex
Sex education is a gift all parents should give their children

Helping children deal with losses
Discusses common losses children experience and how to help them overcome their anger and deal with their grief

Disciplining your children
Discusses the purpose of discipline, common disciplining mistakes and "the lost commandments" on how to discipline your children effectively

Single parenting
Tips to help single parents cope with financial burdens, workload, time constraints, conflicts and loss of a positive role model

Helping kids cope with the middle school years
Ways parents can help children cope with the physical, emotional, social and intellectual changes that occur during preadolescence

When parents disagree
Discusses the types of disagreements that occur between parents on child rearing issues, the consequences of unresolved disagreements and what parents can do

Resolving the homework issue
Ways to help your children do their homework -- without doing it for them

Step-parenting tips
How to get a step-parenting relationship off to a good start

Blended families: Making two families one
Ten tips for successfully managing a blended family

Happy couples, happy kids
Parents who devote time and energy to strengthening their bond as a couple have happier children

Music has many benefits for mother and newborn
Toward the end of the first trimester, the ear is developed enough that the fetus becomes aware of his mother's heartbeat and circulation