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07/21/2019
Get Out of Your Comfort Zone ...We can all flourish by getting out of our comfort zones, though it can be a delicate balance to give kids opportunities to push themselves in ways that are age-appropriate... More >>

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06/28/2019
How to Talk with Your Teen About Vaping and Juul Without Causing Them to Hate You It's always a fine line-do I bring it up? Is this the hill to die on? When it comes to Juul use among teens, it's love at first puff. It fits in the palm of your hand-easily hidden from teachers and parents... More >>

Tags: Health, Stress, Tips
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04/11/2019
3 Pitfalls To Avoid When Apologizing To Your Child We know it's not easy to parent teens today. From opioid addiction and school violence to the increase of mental health issues among teens, sexual education is just one of many issues you will help your son or daughter navigate during their teen years... More >>

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03/27/2019
3 Reasons NOT to Give Teens 'The Talk' We know it's not easy to parent teens today. From opioid addiction and school violence to the increase of mental health issues among teens, sexual education is just one of many issues you will help your son or daughter navigate during their teen years... More >>

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01/11/2019
Tips for Easier Traveling with Kids Family vacations can be a daunting proposition but rewarding nonetheless. Proper preparation helps ease the journey for kids and parents alike and the tips below will help ensure that your next trip is the best one yet... More >>

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10/28/2018
Mother and Son Bond: Advice to 'Gift' Him Before He Ties the Knot ...Research suggests that when boys have a strong emotional bond with their mothers they are better in school, relationships and the workplace. They also have lower rates of anxiety and depression. So, is the bond still strong after he gets married?... More >>

Tags: Health, Mental Health, Motherhood-Fatherhood, Parenting, Raising Boys to Men, Stress
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10/18/2018
5 Common Myths About Baby's Sleep I can clearly remember, like most mothers I'm sure, the very moment I gave birth to my first child. I was absolutely buried in feelings of love and gratitude. And then, about ten to fifteen seconds later, I was equally buried in advice, suggestions, and information. This was all thrown at me with the best intentions, but it was overwhelming nonetheless... More >>

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08/30/2018
It's Time to Ban These Three Words: 'Typical Teen Behavior' We use 'typical teen behavior' to refer to a broad range of things our teens do, much of it unbecoming. Whenever they appear moody, or stop talking to us, or resist our reminders about from everything from deadlines to hygiene, our go-to explanation is that they're just being typical teens. But are they... More >>

Tags: Motherhood-Fatherhood, Parenting, Social Issues, Teens
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08/22/2018
Be Your Kids Super Hero: 9 Habits to Healthify Your Kids Screen Time According to Medline Plus, screen time is a term used for activities done in front of a screen, such as watching TV, working on a computer, or playing video games. Three hours of daily TV viewing is common for kids. Total screen time soaring to five and even seven hours daily is not untypical... More >>

Tags: Behavior, Internet-Media, Motherhood-Fatherhood, Parenting, Social Issues
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07/17/2018
Don't Do a Victory Dance When Your Kid Says You Were Right ...The need to save face is human and normal but all too frequently-and unnecessarily-activated in our kids by the ways in which we, as adults, try to guide, instruct, care for and counsel them without taking into account the emotions upon which we trod. Kids who have to be right all the time will defend the most ridiculous point simply because for them, being right is better than being smart... More >>

Tags: Attitude, Behavior, Motherhood-Fatherhood, Parenting
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