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11 Tips for New Autism Parents

Source: Autism Speaks

Welcome to Club Spectrum! You didn’t want to be here. Don’t feel bad about that. No one signs up for this gig. Think of it this way — at least you now know what the Hell is going on. Better than not knowing at all. Mama Fry ain’t no expert, but I do have some tips that help you from going crazy.

11 Top Tips for Throwing a Preschool Birthday Party

Source: About Parenting

For many kids, their birthday is their favorite holiday. And why not -- it's a day dedicated entirely to them, complete with cake, balloons, singing and presents. Although many parents stress at the idea of planning a birthday party, the preschool age is actually an ideal time to throw one. Here's how to keep your sanity while ensuring that everyone has a good time.

12 Alternatives to Time-Outs

Source: positiveparentingconnection.com

Time-outs are not always effective for every child or every family. This article covers alternatives to time-outs including offering a second chance and having a chill-out space.

13 Books for Helping Children with Anxiety

Source: Living the Life Fantastic

One of the best things for helping children with anxiety is talking. There is something about putting a voice to your worries, and speaking them aloud that is therapeutic, especially when a trusted adult is listening. That’s why children’s books on the topic are so great: you can read them together and talk about them. They allow you to share what has worked for you, and openly discuss a shared emotion.

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