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Important Family Values to Teach to Your Children

Posted on Jul 8, 2014 in Marriage

Important Family Values to Teach to Your Children

Family values are important tools for strengthening the bonds between the family members. Values like respect, generosity and honesty are closely linked together. These values are defined by combining the individual moral values of each member of the family and they are the wise lessons that we teach our children.

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Understanding Parenting Styles

Posted on Jun 9, 2014 in Parenting

Understanding Parenting Styles

There are four main types of parenting styles: authoritarian, permissive, authoritative and uninvolved. The most positive parenting style is the authoritative one which uses supportive disciplinary methods and positive parenting solutions instead of punishments. Mixing different parenting styles can be a major problem especially for blended families.

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The Effects of Hard Water on Hair and Skin

Posted on Jun 8, 2014 in Health

The Effects of Hard Water on Hair and Skin

Everybody knows that tap water is not safe to drink. However, few people know that contaminated tap water can also cause other health problems, especially if the water is very hard. Damaged hair and dry skin discomforts are just a few of the many problems caused by hard water.

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How to Improve the Life of Your Aging Parents

Posted on May 17, 2014 in Health

How to Improve the Life of Your Aging Parents

Taking care of our parents is a moral duty that we must sacredly fulfill, and there is no such thing as a great effort when it comes to the well being of our beloved seniors. In order to ease their lives and make them happy, we must provide a wealthy and healthy environment for them to live in.

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The Authoritative Parenting Style

Posted on May 8, 2014 in Parenting

The Authoritative Parenting Style

The authoritative parenting style teaches the children to recognize the parents as authority figures but it also allows them to question the rules in order to understand them. Furthermore, authoritative parents are very sensitive to the needs of the children and they use positive encouragements in order to guide the children down the right path.

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