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Parenting and Children

Parenting is the promoting and supporting of intellectual, social, emotional, and physical development of a child to adulthood.

Asked in Call of Duty, Parenting and Children, Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2

Is call of duty 5 OK for kids with blood and cuss turned off?

I do not believe you can turn those off, yet it depends what age range the kids are, I am 12, and play it, because there's only like 5 curses in the game, and then the multiplayer has 100% clean language, and something you could say, don't say it's blood, say it's jelly. Maybe you shouldn't play it at all. It IS rated M, after all. M(Mature)-17+ However, no one ever seems to care about the rating, so you're probably in the clear to...
Asked in Parenting and Children, Clothing

What should you do if your son likes to wear girl's clothing?

Talk to him about it. Ask him why he does it. Offer to help him buy clothes or to have his own so he quits stealing yours or your daughters'. If he is embarrassed and doesn't really want to discuss it, it is probably a sexual thing that he would prefer to keep private, and at least he knows that you are willing to discuss it if necessary. If he is nonchalant or professes to enjoy the feeling of the fabric and such,...
Asked in Parenting and Children, Narcissism

Can children of narcissistic parents ever recover?

Narcissism is the personality trait of selfishness taken to an extreme level, and like any personality trait, it can be slowly changed through great effort or at least blunted with behavior modification techniques. While it is possible for children of a narcissist to suffer some emotional issues due to their parent being much more involved with themselves than with their child, many children of narcissists find that emotional support from another parent, a grandparent, or through friendships. Psychiatric professionals constantly marvel at the...
Asked in Parenting and Children, Puberty and Adolescence

What is the difference between child development and parenting?

child development is the physical and social growth where by the child develop as time goes on and it also includes emotional development.parenting is the way the parent takes care of the baby in terms of feeding and other staff ...
Asked in Parenting and Children, Word and Phrase Origins, Manners and Etiquette

What is the meaning of 'You are grounded' when someone does something wrong?

"You are grounded" is a fairly common punishment for kids. It refers to being unable to leave the house except to go to school or family activities. No going to parties, sporting events and the like. In some places it also means no telephone calls. The intent is to restrict social interaction, which may have been the cause of the grounding in the first place. In today's society it is less effective due to cell phones and internet access. ...
Asked in Movies, Parenting and Children

Effect of cinema on youth is it good or bad?

Both, it's up to the parents to determine their kids should and should not be exposed to. ...
Asked in Parenting and Children, Movies

Name a reason you might take your child out of a movie?

1) They are crying or having a tantrum. 2) They've peed or pooped themselves (or are in imminent danger of doing so). 3) The movie is too scary for them. 4) The movie is too boring for them. 5) The theatre is too hot or too cold for them. 6) They are scared of the dark. bad language crying during movie violence sex scene got sick talking ...
Asked in Parenting and Children, Emotions

Why doesn't my mom want to spend any time with me?

If your mother works, she may not have much time to spend with you, it is because the cost of living is so high and she wants to be able to pay the bills especially for the food and every day needs you have. If she works she is tired or, if she is a stay-at-home mom she may not be feeling well, so medications may make her tired or just very tired from looking after the chores at home. You could...
Asked in Parenting and Children, Emotions

How do you get your parents to notice you?

u jst have to go near them n try to talk to them n if it doesnot work then, try to do something which will divert their attention towards u. Communication is the best way to build a good relationship.Send them greetings,buy a card during special occasional a simple gift will do.If you love to cook,cook their favorite dishes or sometimes treat them in to their favorite restaurant.Always make them feel how much you care for them. ...
Asked in Parenting and Children, Tattoos and Body Art

Symbols of fatherhood?

Yes, there are several universal symbols for father. many of the symbols for father can be viewed on the offical universal family flag and the universal symbol for father. ...
Asked in Parenting and Children, Child Development

What is the benefits of parallel play in young children?

among the stages of play the 1st stage is one where the child is playing by himself and if there is any other child around, may even stop playing. The THIRD stage is that of co-operative play, wherein, children play together. The SECOND stage is the parallel stage. It comes right in between solitary play and co-operative play. In this stage 2 children may play with the same toys, although doing their own different things. However, the fact that they are sharing...
Asked in Parenting and Children, Human Rights

Do parents have the right to randomly inspect teenager's rooms?

Yes, parents do have the right to randomly inspect the teenager's room only if they suspect their teen may be using drugs or alcohol; checking out what their young teen is up too on the the Internet and the parent has seen a great change in their teen. Otherwise the teen has the right to their privacy within reason just as a parent needs some privacy. Without just cause a parent should not inspect the teen's room or read their diary. Yes...
Asked in Parenting and Children, US Presidents, John F. Kennedy

What was rose Kennedys mothers maiden name?

Rose Kennedy's mother was born Mary Josephine Hannon, but called Josie.
Asked in Parenting and Children, Definitions

What does the phrase your mom mean?

A slang or joke response you can use for almost anything. Examples... What are you doing tonight? Your mom. It smells like a wet dog in here. Your mom smells like a wet dog. What is that thing on your face? Your mom. ...
Asked in Parenting and Children, Growth Rates, Child Development

Causes why a child stops growing at 4 years old?

Problems with the pituarity gland, or poor diet. Take the child to a doctor. ...
Asked in Parenting and Children, History of China, China and Chinese Territories, China's One-Child Policy

What do the people of China think about one child policy?

As authentic Chinese man, I think the one-child policy taken by the Chinese Central Government has more advantages than disadvantages, though it's not carried out completed in some rural areas of China. I have to admit that the policy do help China a lot both in economy development and social development. ...
Asked in Parenting and Children, Breakups, Family, Family Reunions

What are the introduction of broken family?

The introduction to a broken family is not accepting personal responsibility. When we don't accept our personal responsibility, whatever the situation may be, it places the burden on other people in the relationship, which makes things difficult. When things are difficult, we become unhappy. Eventually, this can lead to a broken family. Of course this is only one reason, but a very popular one. ...
Asked in Parenting and Children, Insomnia

What do you do if your child keeps waking up in the middle of the night?

Some children just wake up more than others. The reasons can vary with age, but there are usually some simple explanations. Babies need to get into a routine. If you just hear them stirring, or even whimpering a little, it doesn't hurt to just settle themselves back in. They usually will fall back asleep on their own. If they begin crying, and continue to cry, they are usually trying to let you know they are not comfortable. They could be hungry, wet,...
Asked in Parenting and Children

Can a 7 year old girl use deodorant?

OK, if your child stinks, make them wear deodorant. EVERYONE will hate them and tease them and leave them out. "Oh! but they're only children!" NO! Popularity problems start when you child enters school. MAKE HER WEAR DEODORANT!!! She won't die! It's deodorant No deodorants are not good for kids below 13. As it harms the skin and may cause skin cancer. Tlcum powder, pefumes are better than deoz... Prachi Sinha VIII-A PHSS, Ahmedabad India ...
Asked in Parenting and Children, Abusive Families, A Child Called It

Who is Dave Pelzer's mother?

Catherine Roerva Christen Pelzer was Dave Pelzer's mother, who passed away in 1992. Catherine was an alcoholic who had been drinking from the age of 13. Brought up in the Mormon community of Salt Lake City, she would hide in the outhouse during Prohibition to wince down bootleg whiskey. Her parents were divorced, which made them outcasts in that religious community, and Catherine was frequently locked in a closet, denied food, and told how despicable she was. Catherine suffered from alcoholism and was...
Asked in Parenting and Children, Narcissism

How do a narcissist and his mother interact?

The study of narcissism is a century old and the two scholarly debates central to its conception are still undecided. Is there such a thing as HEALTHY adult narcissism (Kohut) - or are all the manifestations of narcissism in adulthood pathological (Freud, Kernberg)? Moreover, is pathological narcissism the outcome of verbal, sexual, physical, or psychological abuse (the overwhelming view) - or, on the contrary, the sad result of spoiling the child and idolizing it (Millon, the late Freud)? The second debate is easier...
Asked in Friendship, Parenting and Children, Bullying

Problems encountered by teenagers nowadays?

teenage pregnancy,drugs,divorces in marriages leaving teenagers disturbed,dropping out of school, being bullied, trouble understanding schoolwork, high expectations by parents, too many places and things to do, concerns of keeping up with others ...