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Getting help as a parent, be it from your child’s father, family or friend is a great way to raise your child. There are many reasons why it is good to get assistance to bring up a child. One main reason is to have emotional and psychological support when life gets to overwhelming for us.

Also parenting help is needed so a child can have a balance upbringing by learning values, manners and morals from the various people involve in the child’s life.

If you are fortunate to have a tight knit extended family where relatives make it their duty to act as childminder, then such a relationship is an asset to you so you can have some free time to get important things done.

The other thing is if you are a single parent having accesss to this type of help is definitely an asset, especially if you have a full time job or other obligations.

What about if you need some child rearing advice but don’t know how to access it? Here are a few recommendations to solve this problem:

•Join a parent club you will be more than likely to get support, help and advice.

•Ask close friends who also have children to help each other out with childminding

•Request information from your local library, social services or community clinics.

•If you are a member of a local church ask about a parent group, if there is none start one.

•Find out from your local neighbourhood group about a mom and dad support club or suggest starting one.

In these times we are living in more so than ever, we all need to have some good positive assistance from our community and government services. Weather you are raising a toddler or parenting a teenager there is a strong need for parenting with positive thinking enabling you to add value to your child and neighbourhood.

There is this wise saying that “two heads are better than one”, respectively two or more people makes the load lighter. If we are fortunate to have parenting help we should be grateful and make it work for us by raising confident, well-rounded children.

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