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Book Review: In An Instant
The nation gasped when they received the news of the injuries of ABC´s Bob Woodruff as he rode with U.S. troops in Iraq. Their story will bring light to the pain and triumphs of all U.S. families who deal with the injuries and deaths of their loved ones who bravely fight this war.
Avoiding Teenage Pregnancy
Statistics state that teenage pregnancy is on the decline. But statistics do not ease the concerns of parents of teenagers. How can parents help in the quest to lower teenage pregnancy rates?
Lining the Empty Nest
We often spend too much time worrying over concepts - like Empty Nest Syndrome - over which we have no control and which are natural occurences. If allowed to take their course, they usually remedy themselves.
Helping Your Child Deal with Abandonment
Abandonment is a concept that few adults handle effectively. How can we help our children deal with their pain when they have been abandoned?
Book Review: On Becoming Fearless
Arianna Huffington´s book on how women can learn to live their lives fearlessly is a wonderful read and sound advice for women everywhere!
Parenting for Independence
Independence is one of the goals of parenting - for both the parent and the child. How do we teach our children to attain independence successfully?
Relationship Lessons for Teens and Young Adults
Teens and young adults face many challenges in learning life´s relationship lessons. How can we, as parents, assist them in this process?
The Ideal Parent
Is there such a thing as an "ideal parent?" Are there traits to which we can aspire? What is "ideal" to one may be deficient to another. How can we be the best parent we can be?
The Always-Fallible Parent
The opposite of the infallible parent, the always-fallible parent finds a way to blame themselves for everything that happens in the life of their child. Why do they do this? And how can they break the cycle?
The Infallible Parent
Infallible parents believe that they must always be right. This does not necessarily mean that they believe that they ARE always right, just that they have the expectation of themselves that they should always be right. Do you fit into this category?
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