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    WE know there's no rulebook when it comes to parenting and people choose to raise their kids however they see fit. But your style probably fits into one of these parenting types - so which one are you? 3What parenting style do you have and what does it mean for your child?Credit: Getty - Contributor Sarah Ockwell-Smith, parenting expert and author of 'The Gentle Parenting Book' (Piatkus), says there are three main styles of parenting - Authoritarian, Permissive and Authoritative - which were coined by psychologist Diana Baumrind in the 1970s. But some 50 years later we're faced with a whole new vocabulary when it comes to labelling parenting styles, including crunchy mums and helicopter parents. So what are they exactly and what do they mean for our kids? "Every single new name for parenting styles is just renaming the styles that already exist," Sarah tells Fabulous. "They are just labels that come and go, a new way of naming something that already exists and a way for parents to find a group of like-minded parents." Most read in...
    A MOTHER has shared how she sets expectations for her son in order to avoid him misbehaving in public. The parenting guru, named Jackie Santillan, uses a method of parenting called gentle parenting, which is a growing trend. 3A mom is speaking out about a process she uses that she says helps her kid behave in public 3The mom says her kid knows how to behave thanks to three simple stepsCredit: TikTok Jackie shared her method of keeping her son behaving in public in a step-by-step guide on TikTok. She said it’s all about outlining the “HOW” for the excursion. H IS FOR HELP  “The ‘H’ stands for ‘help,’” she explained. “Tell [your kids] how they can get your attention if they need it.” The expert suggested using a hand sign or a verbal signal, which could be as simple as kids calling the mom’s first name when they need her. Most read in LifestyleMEDDLE MARKLE Queen 'forced into corner' by Meg as she uses titles to meddle in US politicsROYAL RAGE Fans all saying same thing as Meghan's ex...
     A MUM showcasing her gentle parenting style has been slammed by commenters who say that she’s giving her kids too much control and they’ll become "monsters".  Mum Emily filmed herself talking to her toddler during a tantrum, and while she thought it was an example of how to let children regulate themselves, many disagreed with the approach. 2Mum Emily showed her daughter's tantrum on her Tiktok pageCredit: TikTok/@emilyjeanne333 2The mum says she's setting up her daughter for 'big things' through gentle parentingCredit: TikTok/@emilyjeanne333 Emily and her young daughter were sitting the car and the child began to deliberately squirt her carton of juice. While many parents would shout or throw the juice away, Emily decided to encourage her daughter to use breathing techniques. She gave her daughter the juice carton twice, and both times the girl either deliberately squirted the juice or kicked the carton, despite Emily’s encouragement of deep breathing. Emily explained her methods: “I’m helping her learn to navigate these feelings. Giving her opportunity to calm down. “She wanted her juice but was throwing it and squeezing it...
    DEAR MISS MANNERS: I have a new granddaughter. Everyone is thrilled. However, I found myself editing the birth announcement before forwarding it to my family and friends because it contained links to “contribute” to the baby’s expenses. I think solicitation of this sort is offensive in many ways, and I can’t believe I missed sharing this value with my daughter. How and when is the best way to communicate this issue with her? GENTLE READER: Well, definitely before she has another child. Miss Manners suggests that you tell her that such soliciting is unseemly, and point out that for the last announcement you had to do some creative editing. Related Articles Miss Manners: You’re eloping? Do you know what that means? Miss Manners: He’s been making the same joke for 25 years. Please tell him to stop. Miss Manners: This stranger was rude to comment on body noise Miss Manners: Why do they roll their eyes when I say I’m offended? Miss Manners: She was horrible to my child during...
    HANDLING a tantrum can often be easier when it's coming from a toddler or even a child, but no one tells you what to do when it's a baby. This mom showed a very intimate moment when her baby, who was being cradled in her arms, suddenly turned on her. 4A mom shared the moment her baby tried to hit her for attentionCredit: Tiktok / @mamamania27 4The baby is just 8-months-oldCredit: Tiktok / @mamamania27 In her video titled Correcting Hitting, Megan was holding her 8-month-old son while she read. The tot was sitting on the counter while she held him close when suddenly, he turned to her and hit her square in the face with the bag of food. He continued to hit her, demanding her attention, until she grabbed his chubby hand in hers. She told him: "I won't let you hit me," adding that this setting a boundary between them. The green-haired mom then grabbed his bag of food and hit it against the counter, while he stared at it. Most read in LifestyleROYAL RUMBLE...
    DEAR MISS MANNERS: I was thrilled to welcome a visit from my stepson and his family, who live across the country and whom I seldom see. On more than one occasion during this visit, I’d be chatting with my daughter-in-law in the front seat of the car when a loud order to “stop!” would come from the back seat. Apparently the oldest granddaughter (age 9) didn’t like the subject of our conversations. Her mother simply stopped talking without issuing an objection. I was shocked by this rude behavior and lack of parental response. I was tempted to respond with a gentle correction for the pair, but I remained quiet for fear of alienating both. Do you have a better idea? Related Articles Miss Manners: My husband says I should post a list of houseguest behavior I can’t tolerate Miss Manners: She’s keeping her divorce private, but I want to say something to her Miss Manners: My neighbor tried to shoo me out of my own driveway Miss Manners: The bride found out what...
    Nick Kamen's devoted partner has paid tribute to the 'amazing' model and revealed the 'incredibly gentle' moment he passed away as he held her hand.  Lucinda Cary, his partner of 15 years, was with the  former singer when he died at his home in Notting Hill, West London at 10am yesterday. Lucinda, the daughter of Viscount Falkland, told MailOnline: 'It was very beautiful and incredibly gentle'.Ms Cary, 46, is a film maker and editor whose father is Lucius Cary, the 15th Viscount of Falkland while her brother Alex wrote the hit TV series Homeland. She said: 'Nick was an amazing man and he died with a lot of dignity and respect.  Lucinda was accompanied by her daughter Evie, 23, as they sat with Nick during his final moments.  She said: 'Nick was an incredible person, and it was really inspiring to be around him during his illness. There has been a lot of joy and hardship over the past three years and he could not have lived with more respect and dignity.' Pictured left: Nick Kamen in 1990. Right:...
    KILLING Eve will return for a fourth season - but it will be its last. Here's what we know about the popular show. 2 Season four will air in 2022Credit: BackGrid When will Killing Eve season 4 be on TV? Good news - the show IS returning for a fourth run. Killing Eve has been renewed by BBC America, which makes us all a lot happier. The show's production company, Sid Gentle Films, has now "abandoned their plans and is yet to set a restart date" for 2020 due to Killing Eve's "jigsaw of European location shoots". The drama has been shot in the likes of Amsterdam, Barcelona, Bucharest and Tuscany and cast member Sandra Oh will have to fly from the States to the UK, to join Jodie and the rest of the cast, before they are travelling to different countries once restrictions have been lifted. Filming will begin in summer 2021, with the show set to air in 2022. 2 The show has been a huge success for the BBC but fans will have to wait patiently for...
    DEAR MISS MANNERS: When a couple got married, she decided to hyphenate her maiden name and her husband’s last name. Is it proper for the husband also to hyphenate his last name by taking her maiden name — i.e., her maiden/his last? Would this be legal on important papers? People are doing some strange things these days, and I can’t keep up. GENTLE READER: Don’t even try. Recognizing the limitations of the 19th-century terms “Mr. and Mrs.,” and delighted to see the return of the 16th-century term Ms., etiquette recklessly decreed that every lady could decide for herself; and, although it less often comes up, every gentlemen can decide his own name. That makes work for others, memorizing each individual’s preference, but Miss Manners thought people would be happy having the choice. Related Articles Miss Manners: I mistakenly opened my neighbor’s mail. Should I say something about what I saw? Miss Manners: It was the restaurant’s mistake but they demanded I return my meal Miss Manners: Can I walk out and let my husband...
    DEAR MISS MANNERS: I am planning an outdoor children’s party. Is it tacky to mention to the guests that the food is organic? It’s not something that can be noticed through taste, and I think the parents will be glad to know that the fruits and veggies their toddlers will (hopefully) be eating are free from harmful pesticides. Or does it sound like boasting? I think it’s different from saying “These shoes are limited-edition,” because guests will actually get to share the good stuff. Plus, organic food is a health consideration rather than a status symbol. Related Articles Miss Manners: He thought I was someone else. Was my response unkind? Miss Manners: How do I make my boss stop this disgusting habit? Miss Manners: I am insulted by her gift suggestion Miss Manners: A dog bite started problems with our neighbor, and things just got worse Miss Manners: This stranger turned my kindness into something lecherous GENTLE READER: Is it? Some may disagree. Miss Manners will not argue with you....
    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — The matra, “in it together,” remains relevant as the coronavirus pandemic continues worldwide. A couple who also connected with the phrase, through a cancer diagnosis and treatment, penned a song with the same message and they’re hoping to share those words once again, far and wide. While Heather St. Marie and Mat Dauzat’s song, “In It Together” is personally significant to them, their goal is to have everyone connect with it in some way. “(It’s) more about the community that rallied around us, as soon as we decided to share this cancer battle,” said Dauzat. In August 2018, Heather found a lump in her breast, got it checked out, and learned within a week that she had cancer. After completing treatment — which consisted of a mastectomy, chemotherapy and radiation — the Louisiana natives wanted to share about the triumph of their journey. “I took her to every single (cancer) appointment and everybody was so loving… strangers that were there because they knew we were all going through the same thing. In it together,” Dauzat said....
    DEAR MISS MANNERS: I agreed to babysit my friend’s daughter. When they arrived at my home, my 8-year-old daughter was enjoying lunch while video chatting with her great-aunt. When my friend eventually greeted my daughter, five minutes after she arrived (after she and I had finished our own conversation), she began to gently scold my daughter, saying to her that when someone enters a room, she should stop what she is doing and greet them. The great-aunt who was on video chat with my daughter became upset, and said to my friend that my daughter is having a conversation with an adult, and that they should give her time to finish her conversation and then she would be able to greet them. The entire situation was uncomfortable for both my daughter and me. Related Articles Miss Manners: Is it OK if I defy the instructions in the wedding invitation? Miss Manners: How should one respond to snubbing by famous writers? Miss Manners: We’re afraid people will think this wedding is tacky Miss...
    Denzel Washington paid tribute to the late Chadwick Boseman as a ‘gentle soul and brilliant artist’ two years after it was revealed that the acting legend secretly paid for the 43-year-old Black Panther star to study acting at Oxford. ‘He was a gentle soul and a brilliant artist, who will stay with us for eternity through his iconic performances over his short yet illustrious career,’ Washington, 65, told The Hollywood Reporter. ‘God bless Chadwick Boseman.’ Washington, the two-time Academy Award winner, had a hand in helping Boseman's budding acting career. In 2018, Boseman revealed that he may not have gotten to where he is now without the indirect help of the Training Day star. Denzel Washington (left) joined many Hollywood stars in mourning the passing of Black Panther actor Chadwick Boseman (right) on Friday ‘He was a gentle soul and a brilliant artist, who will stay with us for eternity through his iconic performances over his short yet illustrious career,’ Washington, 65, said of Boseman. Boseman is seen above in a scene from the Disney film Black...
    A whale shark was spotted at an Israeli beach on July 4. Twitter/Kann News Panic erupted at an Israeli beach on July 4 as a shark was spotted just off the shore. A video shared on Twitter shows the shark's dorsal fin right amongst swimmers, with many people screaming and shouting. However, it turned out to be a whale shark which is harmless to humans, according to the Times of Israel. Whale sharks are the biggest fish in the ocean, growing to a length of 40 feet. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Panic erupted among swimmers and sunbathers at an Israeli beach yesterday as a shark was spotted in the sea right by the shore. A video shared on Twitter shows the shark swimming through the shallow sea, full of people, in footage that wouldn't look too far out of place in "Jaws."—כאן חדשות (@kann_news) July 4, 2020  It turned out that the creature was in fact a whale shark and thus entirely harmless, but the beachgoers in Eilat, Israel, weren't to know that. Footage shows...
    A giant humpback whale was caught on camera seeming to play with a fishing boat and making rock side to side.  Colin Sutton was searching for yellowfin tuna in the Sea of Cortez off San Jose del Cabo, Mexico, with his friends earlier this year when they were greeted by a 35ft-long visitor.  The enormous animal swims directly underneath the 28ft-long boat and knocks the side, causing it to rock. 
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