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All families face
difficulties at some time or other - children fall ill,
the family is hit by crisis, a loved one passes away... Or
maybe you just need help and support with parenting
skills. We at ICTeachers are building a bank of sites that
you can access to get help on a wide range of topics and
problems. We hope that you will find them helpful.
Anger is a natural human emotion and is nature's way of
empowering us to "ward off" our perception of an
attack or threat to our well being. The problem is not
anger, the problem is the mismanagement of anger.
Mismanaged anger and rage is the major cause of conflict
in our personal and professional relationships. Domestic
abuse, road rage, workplace violence, divorce, and
addiction are just a few examples of what happens when
anger is mismanaged. This American site helps you to
understand the problem and deal with it.
Anxiety Panic internet resource (tAPir)
the Anxiety Panic internet resource, is a self-help
network dedicated to the overcoming and cure of
debilitating anxiety. If disruptive anxiety, irrational
fears or phobias, obsessive/compulsive behaviors, or
extreme shyness are negatively affecting your life, you've
come to the right place.
and advice for parents who are tackling bullying.
Development and Parenting Websites
This excellent American site contains major topics on
Child Development and Parenting on the Web. Choose one
based on your particular interest to receive
up-to-the-minute guidance and advice.
The American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
developed Facts for Families to provide concise and
up-to-date information on issues that affect children,
teenagers, and their families.
A panel of American child-development experts dish out
parenting advice with a dash of common sense.
HealthWorld Online was created to act as your 24-hour
health resource center--a virtual health village where you
can access the information, services and products to help
design a wellness-based lifestyle.
Children Cope with Trauma
After any disaster, children are most afraid that the
event will recur, that they or someone they love will be
hurt or killed, that they may be separated from those they
love and be left alone. Here are ways that you can help
children cope with trauma.
This website is a tremendous resource for all your child
Esteem Advisory Service
Everything you ever wanted to know about building self
esteem in children, adults and yourself - All in one
place. Come and visit us. Free articles, Q+A service and
The Definitive Guide to Personal Growth, Self Improvement