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Debbie Preece

I can answer questions regarding christian faith-based discipline,consistency in discipline and frustrations of motherhood. I can address adaptations of the token economy to get positive, first-time response from children 4-15, as well as self improvement, setting and achieving goals and issues of P.M.S. and P.M.D.D in young girls beginning their trek into womanhood. I can address how to teach accountability to family and self with cleaning charts, and behavior issues for children 9-18. I can't answer medical questions.


I have been a stay-at-home mom for almost 9 yrs. I have 2 wonderful daughters ages 8.5 and 5 yrs. I can answer questions about feeding, sleep issues, potty training, disciplining and most general parenting questions. I can also answer any questions or concerns about being a stay-at-home parent. Although it is a very rewarding job, at times it can be quite stressful. Trust me I know! I cannot answer medical questions as I am not a physician.


I am a stay-at-home mom of two great kids under the age of four. But even good healthy kids can be a challenge at times. I can answer questions about crying, sleeplessness, general insecurity (on the part of both mom and kids!), potty training, co-sleeping, weaning and more. I am a member of La Leche League so I have access to plenty of information on breastfeeding and related problems. In more recent months we`ve had experience dealing with discipline and socialization skills as well. We all have rough patches with our kids, and days when we just think we`re too tired to cope--but sometimes just talking to someone else who`s been there can be enough to get us through. I`ve had plenty of good support, and now I`d like to pass some of that along.


I am able to answer questions reguarding raising younger children when it comes to everyday life and development. I wouldnt be able to answer medical questions, but i am able to notice risk factors concerning development. I have also been a military spouse and been through deployments and can help to understand options for that type of stressful life. I am a stay at home mother of 2 daughters, at the ages of 4 and 1 1/2 so i have experienced alot of difficulties. I do understand that there are different things that work for different children and have many different answers and options to try in different situations that i have learned through getting my early childhood degree or just through talking to other parents.


I can answer questions that have to deal with parenting with a disability. I can answer anything to do with being a homemaker while being a mother who has a neuromuscular disease.I can also answer questions that deal with postpartum depression and how to deal with it and continue to keep the household running smoothly.

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2016-09-06 education:

Hi,    I did a little research on this question since laws and attitudes about educating children at home (homeschooling as it's known in North America) are different depending on which part of the world

2016-09-04 education:

Hi Andhra,    I can relate to your problem because I am a teacher of English as a Second Language, and I have tutored more than one child whose challenges were not so much with English as a second language

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