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Toddlers are a challenge. They are exploring their world at full speed and they often object to our intervention. How can we train without suppressing their natural curiousity?
Honoring Our Fathers
With Fatherīs Day around the corner and the majority of noncustodial parents being fathers, how can get past the pain and fear of broken relationships to give them honor?
Introducing Single Father, Addam
I have been searching for the perspective of a single father for some time and was blessed with meeting Addam. This article introduces you to this dedicated single father as we plan a series of articles addressing parenting issues from a single fatherīs perspective.
Single Parents Seeking Happiness
Every wondered when you were going to find the time for a little person happiness? If you are waiting for it to fall into your lap, it isnīt going to happen! So what can you do?
Teens and the GSA
The teenage years are a critical time of examining sexuality and beliefs regarding sexuality. As parents and adults, are we promoting the right environment for our teens to successfully answer these difficult questions for themselves?
Dealing with Teen Suicide
Prevention is the obvious goal when it comes to teen suicide. But what can we do once it happens to help our teens deal with the aftermath?
Finding Balance Through Nature
A childhood experience that has stayed with me all my life has also been helpful in raising my daughters. Teaching relaxation and balance through nature has amazing effects!
Louv's Last Child in the Woods
Richard Louvīs Last Child in the Woods illustrates a revealing perspective on the importance of nature in the lives of our children and how the role of nature has changed over the past few decades. He provokes us all to consider the changes we should make for the health of our children and society.
Life After Abandonment
Abandonment is a feeling that never goes away. A person simply cannot "get over it" without first walking through it and thoroughly exploreing it. What does happen when our children face abandonment and decide to deal?
Dealing with Prejudice
Prejudice comes in many styles and forms: gender, race, sexuality, religion, ethnicity and socio-econmic status. We are all "different" in some way. How do we teach our children not to be harmed by prejudice they may face and how to respond without resorting to prejudice themselves?
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