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Father of 5 children: 15yo boy, 5yo boy, 3yo boy, 18mo boy, 18mo girl.


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awarded  Self-Learner
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revised How long is breastfeeding effective and worthwhile?
added 2 characters in body
Jan
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comment What is a positive way to handle a boy who acts like a girl?
I'll give you a +1 if you provide some information to back up the claim that "There is very little correlation between effeminate behaviour in boys and homosexuality".
Jan
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awarded  Notable Question
Dec
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accepted Why would a child hold his breath regularly?
Dec
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answered Why would a child hold his breath regularly?
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awarded  Popular Question
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accepted Is it harmful to a child's social development to tell them “don't talk to strangers”?
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awarded  Nice Question
Nov
21
comment What are some suggestions for punishing a child?
@ChristineGordon - Ever heard of Oppositional Defiant Disorder?
Nov
1
comment How do you deal with a 9 year old not doing their homework?
@ChristineGordon - I'm not saying you should ignore the fact that its hard, I'm saying that you shouldn't use negative language to describe it as such. Describing something as a fun challenge and showing passion and energy to solve problems is quite different than saying "I know this is hard". I think the former is an essential tool and the latter (despite showing empathy) is utterly useless and has no positive impact on learning.
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awarded  Popular Question
Sep
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comment Is there any scientific evidence in favor of co-sleeping with children?
-1: Doesn't answer the question.
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awarded  Custodian
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awarded  Popular Question
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awarded  Popular Question
Sep
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accepted What should I teach my teenager about condoms?
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awarded  Popular Question
Jul
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reviewed Reject suggested edit on How do you feed a picky eater?
Jul
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comment How do you feed a picky eater?
-1: I'd like to see you reference some scientific studies that show that children can look at food for a split second (the typical care/reasoning that goes in to deciding they don't want to eat something) and determine that they have a chemical sensitivity. I could be wrong, but the fact that a child (or human) can determine through their senses that they have an allergic or chemical sensitivity seems pretty far fetched. I have food allergies that developed as I got older, and my body never gave nor currently gives me any indication based on sight, taste, or smell.