6 votes

Combine or leave separate? ADD and ADHD tags

Today it's not common to see ADD anymore; I believe it's actually been replaced with ADHD or AD/HD, where there are 3 (ADHD) subtypes: Combined Type for individuals who showed at least 6 ...
user avatar
  • 66.3k
5 votes

Should "change" be a new tag?

While I can appreciate the desire and possible usefulness as a tag, I am against it. First, it can be overly broad. It can be anything from changes in your environment, changes to family dynamics (...
user avatar
  • 13.3k
4 votes
Accepted

Behavior synonyms?

Misbehavior is always behavior, but not necessarily the other way around. I've used the behavior tag on questions like How to inspire more creativity in play? where the child wasn't behaving badly, ...
user avatar
3 votes

The [father], [fatherhood] or [dad] of all tag synonyms?

I believe that we need only those three tags: parents mother father This means that father would have to be created and both, dad and fatherhood, to become its tag synonyms. This would keep it ...
user avatar
2 votes

Synonym request: [conflict] ← [arguments]

I proposed arguments as a synonym of conflict. I am a little less sure about fighting, which could be a legitimate subset (I interpret it as fistfights with other kids, although that is hardly the ...
user avatar
  • 22.5k
2 votes

Deciding between [gifts] and [presents] tags or keeping both?

I suggest to keep only one of these tags. At least for our purposes, they are identical. This can easily be seen when, for example, looking at the questions tagged gifts. Both expressions are used in ...
user avatar
2 votes
Accepted

3 Become 1: Merging [dad] and [fatherhood] with [father]?

Given the past thread, this makes sense. Merged as requested.
user avatar
  • 56.2k
1 vote

Do we need to differentiate between [enuresis] and [bed-wetting]?

I'd encourage not removing the bed-wetting tag when people add it to older questions, unless the tags are merged. I don't find enuresis a common term that parents will know, and so if they are not ...
user avatar
  • 56.2k
1 vote

Do we need to differentiate between [anxiety], [phobias] and [fears]?

Trying to tackle the issue, we need to answer two questions first: 1) Is there a difference between fear, anxiety and phobia? Fear It’s a natural response to a threat that can be either ...
user avatar
1 vote

Do we need to differentiate between [anxiety], [phobias] and [fears]?

I really feel anxities and fears are different things. Looking at wikipedia's introduction about anxiety, it claims in first paragraph that Anxiety is not the same as fear, which is a response to a ...
user avatar
  • 1,509
1 vote

Parenting's stance on "parenting" now being a tag synonym of "parents"?

Making parents a synonym of parenting just transfers the problem from one tag to another. If someone can't find an appropriate tag on the site, then this should be at least a decent indication that ...
user avatar
  • 13.3k
1 vote

Tag synonym suggestions - need voters!

I edited all the question with parenting, removing it. Now, only this question (on hold, no answers) remains. So the issue should be resolved in a few days without any further action necessary. This ...
user avatar
1 vote

Why is there both a food and diet tag?

Have had a quick read through examples from both and I'd have to agree. @Erica and @anon - your thoughts? We can easily merge if you agree.
user avatar
  • 26.3k
1 vote

Merge tag "misbehavior" into existing tag "behavior"

I think that a parent looking for help with misbehavior (like child-hurting other children) is going to not find what they are looking for when find all general behaviors (like burping, or wearing ...
user avatar
1 vote

Baby and Infant tags

I think "baby" is a broader term. Most people I know use the term "baby" up until around age two or three, whereas "infant" refers specifically to a baby who is younger than around a year, before ...
user avatar

Only top scored, non community-wiki answers of a minimum length are eligible