Top Websites for Women

Parents are busy and are always looking for good advice for children, home, and career. The following websites are highlighted because they are considered the best sources for a variety of advice. These websites offer secrets for busy parents hungry for knowledge.

THE JUGGLE

This is a blog supported by the Wall Street Journal. The blog provides content many professionals parents find interesting. Here parents find advice on handling family responsibilities, managing work, and the trade-offs all parents experience.

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Parents looking for a meal that provides comfort, yet is quick and easy may want to explore this site by Ree Drummond. The site provides step by step instructions and detailed pictures.

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A website created by a mother. Here parents will find quick, easy and healthy recipes for children who are busy and constantly on the go. This site reflects the business of life and the need for family time.

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This is a site that welcomes to a new generation of homemakers. The site covers the newest in art, sex, and food. It also offers a variety of restaurants located throughout the country.

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The articles on this website are very lady like. This is where a lady, of any size, can find the latest nail styles and how to create them. The site is unique in that it has the ability to bring young and old women together in an inspiring way.

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This is a member’s only website. Women from all over the world connect to inspire and empower other women. This site was started by women who are associated with Goldman Sachs.The name has changed to elevate women.

CATALYST

This website is provided by a nonprofit group and discusses the business world of women and the importance of their careers.

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This a community website for couples attempting to conceive. Couples are available to help other couples experiencing similar issues and are available to offer support and advice.

It’s a parenting.com world wide web that surrounds many parents. So, take the time to spin a world wide web full of good sources to help survive being the modern parent.

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Preventing Teenage Rebellion From Luring Online Predators

Parents of teenagers are usually under no illusions about the internet. They know it is dangerous, especially for a young person that thinks they know more than their parents. Sadly, the rebellion that teenagers often display means many parents end up establishing safety precautions that their child violates in secret, a hazard that could have been prevented by keeping these three tips in mind.

1) Do Not Hide The Truth:

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There is no benefit to sheltering your child by lying about the reasoning for new rules in the house, and there could be lasting damage. First, teenagers are young and they sometimes do thoughtless things, but they are not stupid. They know the internet is dangerous too, and if you try to put them off about why you are worried, it could damage the trust they feel for you at a time when a loss of trust could lead to another kind of damage by a predator.

2) Get Their Input:

 

The great thing about being honest with your kids is then you gain another perspective, someone that quite likely understands technology better than you do. Talk to them about the dangers online, of course, but listen to their response as well. If your child feels that you are a safe person to talk to about things that may make them afraid or uncomfortable, it makes them more likely to come to you in the future, when it counts.

3) Don’t Smother Them:

 

Accept now that you cannot remove all danger from your child’s life, and don’t let the thoughts of one type of danger drive you to try and protect them from all dangers. Set up parental controls, talk to your child about what things they should never do, and add them on social networks. Still allow them privacy to a limited point, though. If you do not let them keep that, they will find a way to hide something else.

Securing the technological aspect will likely prove to be far easier than maintaining your patience with a teenager on many occasions. However, following the tips here at least will help keep the outside dangers at bay as you raise them, however unwillingly, to be adults.

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