Raising Children Feels Like Child's Play Thanks to Informative Advice at The Professor's House

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Everything today's parent needs to know and more, from baby blues to teenage tantrums.

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Major depression affects 1 in 10 mothers and 1 in 10 fathers throughout the child-rearing years.

Calgary, AB The Professor's House (http://www.professorshouse.com), founded by David Beart and with several years experience of providing specialist advice to people, brings their expertise to raising children with a dedicated section at their website. Aimed at both new and existing parents, the section offers an invaluable information source for everything related to raising children today.

According to The Commonwealth Fund, a private foundation working toward a high performance health system, "Major depression affects 1 in 10 mothers and 1 in 10 fathers throughout the child-rearing years." Much of this is caused by the inability to deal with, or lack of support in coping with, the difficulties that raising children can bring. The experts at Professors House offer much-needed help in this rewarding yet challenging stage of people's lives.

"With the experts on the website parents themselves, we know how equally rewarding and frustrating raising children can be," says David Beart, founder of Professor's House. "Our aim is to help maintain the positive aspects of raising a child -- how every day is different, the joy of watching your children grow older and the unique love between a parent and child. Yet we'll also guide you on common illnesses in the early days, teenage and adolescent years and much more. We want to help you enjoy being a parent."        

This is evident in the amount of hands-on advice and wealth of information available at the Professor's House website, where the children section deals with everyday issues that all levels of parents can enjoy and learn from. Subjects dealt with on the website include:

  • Can a baby sleep too much?
  • Which is better - breastfeeding or artificial foods?
  • Preparing for the start of school age
  • What to ask of a babysitter
  • Integrating a new member of the family

The site also offers invaluable advice on the major issues affecting parents of teenage children today. With figures from MedicineNet.com showing that 14% of teenagers in the US alone have been intoxicated in the last year, and more than half of junior and senior high school students drinking on a monthly basis, the difficulties faced with parents are becoming more difficult. The Professors House approaches this subject objectively to offer support and information on where parents can receive professional help in this type of situation.

About Professor's House:
The Professor's House website is a one-stop solution for a wide variety of everyday questions. Covering homes, relationships, babies and sleep, pets, dog and cat information, cooking and more, and with an active forum where members can share tips and advice, it's an invaluable source of information for people from all walks of life.

For additional information, please contact:
David Beart
Professor's House
(403) 695-4305

Further details about Professor's House are available at http://www.professorshouse.com.


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