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By Mom-says-no.com
A new children’s book for parents brings a teachable moment into bedtime story hour.
By ADDitude Magazine
The disapproving glances. The nagging advice. The regrets to birthday invitations. Parents of children with ADHD know these isolating realities all too well. Now, they can win a new book that understands kids who are Easy to Love but Hard to Raise.
By Catherine Kennedy
Capita’s Preventing School Exclusions Briefing is taking place on Thursday, 26th January 2012 in Central London
By Catherine Kennedy
Capita’s 7th National Behaviour and Discipline in Schools Conference is taking place on Wednesday, 25th January 2012 in Central London

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By Vizina Hallam Hallinan West, LLC
VHHW Investigations, a Northern California-based workplace investigations company, announced their recent attendance at an Association of Workplace Investigators, Inc. (AWI) Seminar on Workplace Investigations in Oakland, CA.
By Parati Competitive Rowing
Members of a very successful Woodlands rowing team never dreamed that a former D1 wrestler could lead them to the medals podium.
By Sems Consultancy
A North London based fiction writer and mother of two, has set herself a new challenge: 3 months to discover which expert can tame her kids!
By McCloskey Partners, LLC
Disciplining employees is not something most managers look forward to doing. The Maintaining an “I hope this goes away” approach may not be the best strategy
12033398
By Mom-says-no.com
A new children’s book for parents brings a teachable moment into bedtime story hour.
By The Renaissance School
8-week parent education workshop for parents of toddlers to teens presented by Leslie Hites, founder & head of The Renaissance School. Learn how to reduce arguing, scolding, reminding, yelling. Agree with your spouse on discipline. Begins Oct. 2.
By Uplift, Inc.
if parents recognize the inventor characteristics their children have and spend the time to channel that energy, their children can become the perfect corporate employee – bold, Inventive, risk taking, science/ technological expert.
By A. Hutchinson
17-Month Baby Actress Says Her First Sentence: “I Go Time Out” Mother wonders if she punishes her children too much.
By ADDitude Magazine
The disapproving glances. The nagging advice. The regrets to birthday invitations. Parents of children with ADHD know these isolating realities all too well. Now, they can win a new book that understands kids who are Easy to Love but Hard to Raise.
By Kathy Marmion
Although envisioning a desirable future for your baby is important, enjoying and appreciating the present moments of the journey between mother and child is most important.
By Catherine Kennedy
Capita’s Preventing School Exclusions Briefing is taking place on Thursday, 26th January 2012 in Central London
By Catherine Kennedy
Capita’s 7th National Behaviour and Discipline in Schools Conference is taking place on Wednesday, 25th January 2012 in Central London
By Dr. Yvonne Fournier
Few life situations can be tracked to a single cause, and there are dangers in using a “right or wrong” problem-solving technique.
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By Church Initiative: Single & Parenting
Single parents find parenting strategies, emotional guidance, job-seeking tips and personal support through weekly Single & Parenting groups.
By We Do Listen Foundation
The President and First Lady are committed to helping children eat more sensibly. A new illustrated book, Howard B.Wigglebottom Learns Too Much of a Good Thing is Bad supports that commitment. A free and fun animated version is on wedolisten.com.
By Parenting Chat Cafe
Free Parenting Expo featuring over 20 Positive Parenting Expert bloggers and podcasters. Join us in this community of parents and parenting experts to get the solutions you need to your parenting challenges so you can enjoy your children more.
By Be Happy in LIFE
Many parents struggle to keep their children in line. Disobedience, temper tantrums and foul language are just a few of the symptoms of kids who are out of control. What should those parents do?
By Princeton Montessori School
Learning to observe and understand a baby's needs in the present moment, is the most important aspect of enjoying a new parent's journey into parenthood.
By Martin & Associates, LLC Agency Services
Dr. Kevin Leman, author of over 40 books including “Have A New Kid By Friday” and “The Birth Order Book” can now be seen “LIVE” in living rooms across the country!
By Strategic Book Group
Lose weight! Have more energy! And you can even eat “cake” on weekends!
By Dr. Yvonne Fournier
It is easy to confuse hearing and listening. While your child may be hear¬ing your instructions, that does not mean they have learned to add the mindfulness and attention required for listening.
By Dr. Yvonne Fournier
Leaping ahead is more important than waiting. Engineers rely on computer-aided design, doctors are ever more dependent on diagnostic technology, and educational institutions are becoming increasingly dependant on the Internet and online interaction.
By Britco Pictures
Film produced by Discipline FilmWorks, the film company of actress and producer Brittany Andrews
By Lloyd Dobson
Have you ever thought about what qualities you want to develop as you take the journey of life? Here are three qualities that will serve you well. Daring is one quality, Determination is another and Discipline is the third. Embrace these for success
By M. Lee Smith Publishers LLC
DVD-based program allows Human Resources professionals to train managers and supervisors on both employee management best-practices and avoiding employment law errors.
By Fast Market Research
New Company Reports market report from Ovum: "Vodafone"
By Hitul Thobhani
Parents seeking more confidence and success for their child can now enrol them onto workshops from Kidz4Mation, authors of six positive childrens books. Results are incredible, with 4 to 9 year olds becoming more positive and believing in themselves.
By Fast Market Research
Fast Market Research recommends "Risk management: understanding the data management challenge " from Ovum, now available
By Fournier Learning Strategies
Child accuses parents of being unfair because they won't allow her to stay up an extra hour to watch television so she throws a fit and screams at her parents for being mean.
By HappyHourMom.com
arenting Coach, Carolyn Gatzke of Engage Today, shares her knowledge and advice on HappyHourMom.com. There is no such thing as the perfect parent and we all have questions for Super Nanny. So take a second and ask parenting coach Carolyn for advice!

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