Are Today's Parents Ready For Extreme Parenting?

 


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Parenting has always required and exceptionally strong set of skills. Parents generally have been called on to be a leader, manager, facilitator, communicator, and care giver, all without any formal training.

These functions are considered careers in the outside world. As a matter of fact, these careers require advanced levels of education to be performed in the corporate world.

But parents need to quickly learn these skills and adapt to the changes in their children as they grow.

Emerging technologies have only made parenting that much more challenging.

Not only are parents dealing with the growth of their child, but they need to act as a shield and monitor to their children.

This is the only way they will be able to protect their children from the torrent of negativity that exists in the outside world.

With this in mind I launched my site, www.parentingsuccesstips.com, which seeks to provide guidance to parents who are struggling with raising children in today’s harsh world.

Even the most experienced parents need to be able to implement the latest strategies, ideas, and tips in the parenting field.

When you combine today’s challenges in parenting with the high degree of sophistication of children, it becomes even clearer why parents need to also stay on top of the latest trends in the parenting field.

Parenting, like any job in the outside world, requires a high level of education backed by experience from other successful practitioners.

In other words, parents are each other’s best asset in their quest to raise healthy children.

Donny Lowy, who is the CEO of http://www.closeoutexplosion.com , an online wholesale and closeout business, and http://www.wholesalecloseoutforum.com , an educational resource for the wholesale and closeout business, launched http://www.parentingsuccesstips.com to help parents in today's turbulent times.

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