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Five Tips for Effective and Positive Parent-Child Communication

With this age of technology and social media, getting to your child to open up to you after school can be as tricky as trying to navigate through complicated phone systems. Instagram, Snapchat, and Facebook users might even know more about what is on ...

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Wired to Connect: Discipline Shouldn’t Hurt

Rebecca Eanes Are we being too soft on our kids? Too easy on them? During my 6 years of moderating a parenting page on Facebook, I’ve seen many comments aligned with the view that being soft is bad parenting. There is a prevailing idea that we a ...

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The Little Moments

November 8, 2017 | Tania Johnson I'm a busy, working mom of an active 20 month old and I have often  found myself wondering if achieving the eluisve myth of blance is even a realistic possibility. There are many days when I wake up in the early ...

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Less is Really More: How to Parent Like a Minimalist

June 3, 2017 | Denaye Barahona When I was pregnant with my first child, I had big ideas. I wanted to give my children the world. Like most new parents, I had the best of intentions. Every generation wants to give their children more than they I ...

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Re-Thinking Discipline: Alternatives to Time-Out, Yelling, and Spanking

June3, 2017 | Julie Lemming Picture this: A three and a five year-old came home from a long Saturday morning grocery shopping trip. This particular trip involved a great deal of whining, bickering, and begging for treats, especially at the the to ...

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