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Investing in our Children / Invirtiendo en Nuestros Niños

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Enjoy Being a Mother!

Parenting can be an extremely rewarding experience. It can also be demanding, exhausting and stressful, especially when juggling it with work and other life tasks. If you are a parent that feels overwhelmed by the demands of home life, work life and personal life, you are not aloneGet Triple P parenting tips to help you balance your family's needs with your own.

Encouraging Positive Self-Esteem

At every stage of a child’s life, parents can encourage and teach their children skills that allow them to develop the confidence to reach their full potential. Get Triple P parenting tips for helping your child develop postiive self-esteem.

Supporting Your Partner

Parenting is more manageable and rewarding when parents work together, support one another's efforts and communicate well.  Get Triple P parenting tips for working as a team with your partner.

Quality Time

If you are a parent who feels you are not able to spend as much time as you would like with your child, you are not alone!  Get Triple P parenting tips for spending quality time with your child.

 

Say No to Holiday Stress

There are several steps that parents can take to make the holidays fun again and less stressful!  Get Triple P parenting tips to help you enjoy the holidays with your family.

Going Shopping With Your Child

If you are a experiencing challenging shopping trips with your child, you are not alone!  There are several steps that parents can take to make shopping trips go smoothly.  Get Triple P parenting tips on going shopping with your child.

Preventing Mealtime Problems

If you are experiencing mealtime issues with your child, you are not alone!  There are several steps that parents can take to encourage positive mealtime behaviors.  Get Triple P parenting tips on preventing mealtime problems.

Take the Hassle Out of Homework

If you are experiencing resistance to homework by your child, you are not alone! There are several steps that parents can take to prepare and encourage their child to do their homework.  Get Triple P parenting tips on homework routines.

Bedtime Routines

If your family is having a hard time with bedtime, you are not alone! One in three children under 5 years of age has bedtime issues. The Positive Parenting Program (Triple P) provides some simple tips to help develop a healthy, independent sleep pattern with your childGet Triple P parenting tips on bedtime routines.

Avoiding Parenting Traps

It is easy for parents to fall into what the Positive Parenting Program (Triple P) calls common "parenting traps" that add to the stress of parenthood.  Get Triple P parenting tips on how to avoid common parenting traps.

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