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The Psychology on Different Parenting Styles

In early 1960s, psychologist Diana Baumrind led a research on one hundred preschool-age kids. After spending years doing parental interviews, conducting naturalistic observation, and experimenting with different research methods, she concluded that there are three different parenting styles that parents follow. In 1983, a couple of decades later after Baumrind’s research, Maccoby and Martin suggested adding a fourth parenting style.

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Appreciate, Celebrate, and Pay Homage to Motherhood—Quotes for Mothers

For one person, motherhood could simply mean the act of carrying a child inside the womb. To another, it could mean to nurture, love, and raise a child until adulthood.

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Strong Single Mom’s Guide to Happy Motherhood

It is the 21st Century. We are in a fast-paced technologically-driven millennia. Yet, very little has changed into the kind of treatment that single parents face every day. Private schools look down on broken families. People tend to be more critical toward single parenting.

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Dealing with Terrible Twos Tantrums

Every parent has had to deal with terrible twos at some point of their life. Perhaps we can say that two-year-old tantrum behavior problems are only natural as a child grows. There is no better way than to say that it can be difficult to handle children of two years old, and it does require some adjustment. Dealing with tantrums requires perseverance.

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