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Child Attitude

Child Behavior & Conduct Disorders | Empowering Parents

Does it seem like every time you tell your child “No,” it turns into a tug-of-war? One mom shared with us recently, “Absolutely everything’s an argument with my son. Even the simplest request. He just can’t take for an answer. It’s so frustrating!...

Parenting Assistance Line - Pal

No doubt, parenting is hard work. We all face those days when our children’s behavior gets the best of us and we wonder, “Am I really cut out for this job?” However, this should be the exception not the norm. Bad attitudes and rude behaviors must ...

Kid Got A Bad Attitude? Here’S How To Change It

Today in "Parenting Weekends" we continue a series of excerpts from “Laying Down the Law: The 25 Laws of Parenting to Keep Your Kids on Track, Out of Trouble, and (Pretty Much) Under Control,” the most recent book by “Today” show contributor Dr. R...

Child Attitude Towards School

Overview For some children, school -- with its strict teachers, lunchroom bullies and insurmountable piles of homework -- inspires a fear of weekdays instead of a love of learning. Many students view education as an obligation rather than a privil...

Improve Child Attitude

Improve Children’s Attitude Toward School Many parents lament that their children’s attitude about school is that they only want to get by with the minimum. Even if the youth does the assigned homework, they often forget to turn it in. Their teach...

How To Improve Your Child's Attitude Toward Learning

Children often complain that learning is boring and because of this they resist doing their school work. This could be for a variety of reasons: Peer pressure to look 'cool', they are ahead of their class in math and reading ability, they don't un...

Change Your Attitude

How to Change Your Child's Attitude Your child may seem to act quite different at times, and quite bossy as well. Controlling that is a great skill, so become the power parent you are and change your child's attitude.

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