Both saliva and urine test kits give women a great advantage in learning to understand their cycle by helping to determine when ovulation is about to occur. Both types of tests claim 98 to 99 percent accuracy. Choosing which test to use in the end becomes a personal decision. Consider the usability of the test and your own personal medical history when deciding which test is … [Read more...] about Is a Saliva Ovulation Kit Better Than Urine?
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A home pregnancy test can tell you whether or not you're pregnant, but you have to read it correctly. Though the process can seem straightforward, it's sometimes harder than it looks. Faint lines called "evaporation lines" often show up after 10 minutes, which could cause you to think you received a positive result though you are not pregnant. A negative result doesn't … [Read more...] about How to Interpret Pregnancy Test Results
As soon as your child is old enough to love someone, she is old enough to grieve. One of your jobs as a parent is to help your child through the process. Children can grieve from the death of a parent, sibling or grandparent, from a divorce, from the loss of a pet or can even grieve the loss of friends if you move. If you don't help your child through the grief, she can … [Read more...] about Stages of Grief for Kids
A loss of a friend or family member leaves kids grieving, even if they aren't sure how to express that grief. There is no way to take away the pain, but when you offer love, support and comfort, it gives a grieving child a feeling of safety and security. A gift is an option for showing the child you care. Certain gifts might also be beneficial for the child as she works through … [Read more...] about Good Gifts for Grieving Kids
Kids from as young as 3-years-old and into their teens often communicate indirectly. They might think they are being direct – and, very often, they have high expectations for us as parents that we should have “gotten it”. Picking up on their hints, reading their mood change, translating their body language and responses is an ongoing parenting challenge. When children are … [Read more...] about What Your Kid is Not Saying, But Trying to Tell You