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    Darrell L. Rogers August 31, 2011 UNV-303 University Success Professor Kristen Dicarlo Having children comes as natural as eating; being a good parent comes only with a little work and effort. So many times in our society we see examples of bad parenting. No child is born with a how to manual and this is why the whole family needs to be involved in the child’s life. There use to be an old saying “It takes a community to raise a child”, but to many times it is the community that has

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    Raising the Children Derrick Moore Azusa Pacific University   Raising the Children Proverbs 22:6 says, "Start children off on the way they should go, and even when they are old they will not turn from it." This Bible passage is basically stating that parents are to guide their child on a God honoring path. That way they will stay on that path even when those parents are no longer around. From a Christian viewpoint this proverb is simple, as God has called us to go make disciples out of all

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    In the article, “Raising Successful Children,” (New York Times, Aug 4, 2012) the author, Madeline Levine states that to raise successful children in numerous areas, parent should not help them to do something that they can or about be able to make, should support them with long-term eyes, and control parents own ideal image to not push it against children. The author begins the article by saying that stepping in children’s works tends to provoke fewer motivations and rebellions; on the other hand

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    Raising Muslim Children

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    God (Allah). Newborn baby in the arms of her loving, Hard-Working, and Overprotective parents. they have known how children are easily influenced by their surroundings and how it is impossible to shield them from all the negative forces that can shape their values, minds and behavior it is a difficult task that parents in Islamic religion took it upon themselves. Raising Muslim children and pass along knowledge in them while also instilling an Islamic ethos in dealing with the larger world, it is a

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    Times have changed since the Leave It to Beaver days when children were safe in their own neighborhoods. Years ago, it was a very rare occurrence that a child would be abducted, but now it seems that young children are abducted on a daily basis. It's a shame that it is necessary to raise children who are wary of everyone they meet. Unfortunately, to keep your little ones safe, they need to know that everyone isn't good and kind. It's a terrible reality to share with kids, but it is a necessary one

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    In the recent years, There has a significant work and studies in the field of parenting and raising children. Many social workers and researchers had been putting a lot of efforts and conducting plenty of studies to find the best methods for parents to raise happy successful kids. Today’s fast paced life and the long work hours had left parents with very little time for their children. However, studies have shown the many negative effects on the kids’ personality and how important it is for caregivers

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    oncology nurse, Suzanne Robin in her article “Why Is It Easier for a Child to Learn a New Language Than an Adult,” “Young children are hard-wired to learn language in the first few years of life. When frequently exposed to two languages, they unconsciously acquire the second language naturally, applying the same skills they use to acquire their native language. Older children and adults have to learn the language consciously by studying it.” (2014, para. 2).

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    Here are the most persistent myths on raising bilingual children: "Your child will be confused by learning more than one language." This belief is prevalent in monolingual countries and has far more politics than science to back it up. Rest assured that your child's little brain has more than enough neurons firing to cope with two languages (or even more) without frizzing out. On the contrary, decades of research in countless studies actually show significant cognitive advantages to being multilingual

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    multiracial family brings problems such as the way individuals identify their culture, and how others view them. Since Eubanks grew up in a multiracial family, his decision to bear children with his multiracial wife was a way for him to continue to challenge white supremacy. Cheryl Seelhoff, author of On Raising Biracial Children illustrates how being a white woman and having a child by a black man was a challenge towards white supremacy because it

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    or “girly” things will make them more masculine or feminine. I am here to say that is not always true. According to an observation done on a group of 14 year olds in a three month period, this could be a health risk says thinkprogress.org. “ Raising children in societies that adhere to rigid gender roles with fixed ideas such as “masculine” and feminine,” can actually be detrimental to their physical and mental health.” I would have to agree

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