Cincinnati, Ohio (PRWEB) August 18, 2013 -- Parenting styles often differ between men and women in the different regions of the world. One instance of toddler development that most parents experience is the terrible twos and a new website has launched to help provide advice. The http://www.invisiblekid.com website seeks to provide toddler tips and parenting advice through its videos, parenting blogs and other content offered exlusively to parents.
“Most behavior problems are fueled by emotion,” said a source from the Invisible Kid website.
Toddlers do not have the ability to perceive logic and therefore, are more emotional, according to the content now published on the website.
Parents trying to use logic to correct a child can often have poor results during the first 24 months of child development.
Toddler parenting tips can be useful to both new and existing parents. The age of a parent can have little effect when children seem out of control, according to the available content for parents online.
The tips, strategies and helpful advice now offered seeks to help parents provide control, emotional support and better child rapport.
“Most parents scream the command ‘NO’ too many times at children and the child becomes immune to the command,” the source added. Different ways to infuse commands that achieve the intended response are offered in video, audio and textual format online.
The Invisible Kid website is updated weekly with new content. The existing content online is frequently changed or curated as new methods are developed to assist parents with toddler control during the terrible twos.
Parents can now access the video, text or audio content on this new website using any Internet connected device or personal computer.
The InvisibleKid.com company provides immediate training resources for parents of young children to help with proper development. This company offers its products and services to assist men and women with child communication and learning strategies. The programs that are offered by this company are meant for teaching children from toddler age up to young adult. The InvisibleKid.com company provides full support for parents online through the company website in the form of contact forms, blog posts and streaming videos to ensure easy access to helpful content.
Megan Hall, InvisibleKid.com, http://www.invisiblekid.com, +1 (323) 761-9348, [email protected]