Why do children tend to follow parents' decisions?

Answer Because children are normally around there parents for their whole lives so they become similar to their parents. Also it could be something in the genes.

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When making decisions about your child, do you follow your gut or the guidelines?

first off, the NEW AND UPDATED guidelines say, turn the child around when he/she reaches the height/weight limit for being rear-facing. it just so happens, my gut says the same thing ;-)BTW, the NE... Read More »

Do children with higher IQs tend to go on to become vegetarians?

Again you fail to provide a link...…Here it is. You will also notice that the difference is only 5 points, not a major difference. If you also read careful... Read More »

Is child rearing better when children pay more attention to parents than parents pay to children or when the opposite is true?

A child being abused can be any age from newborn and up until you become an adult not living in someone else's home.

How can you help children in North America make healthier food decisions?

We need to set a good example for the children. It all starts with the parents or role models. If we are eating healthy it is a start. We really need to educate the children more of the problems... Read More »