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No Bake Sweets
Here are a couple of kid friendly recipes for making tasty sweets! Good for a family night project, getting ready for the holidays or just because!
Nothing Like the Holidays Movie Review
Adult siblings, each at an impasse in their personal lives, go home to visit their parents at Christmas. Secrets of their ongoing challenges of life are what each brings with them to their reunion, but they donít expect their parentís problems to be at the forefront of the family gathering.
OCD in Children and Teens
The symptoms of OCD in children and teens are often overlooked and misdiagnosed. Early detection by parents can help kids cope with the disorder and get the treatment they need.
Obesity in children is problematic and on the rise. Here are a few tips for parents who are ready to promote a healthier lifestyle for their families.
Is there really a difference between real and perceived parental favoritism?
Do your children only see you as a parent and not as a person? Enhance your parent Ė sibling relationship with an interview. Take the hot seat and allow your siblings to ask the questions to discover the real you! Here are a few tips to help the process.
Parenting - Nature vs. Nurture
What creates a child's personality - their inborn traits or their environments? The nature verses nurture conflict may never have a resolution, but where do the role of parents begin and end?
Can you identify your parenting style? Find out the consequences that your parenting behavior may have on your children.
Parents and Sibling Relationships
What happens when parents interfere in sibling relationships? Two families with similar issues end up with very different outcomes.
Parents as Bad Influences
Forget celebrities and athletes, overall, itís parents who have the biggest influence on their kids. As number one role model, do parents unknowingly teach kids the worst lessons of all? Here are five questions that every parent should ask themselves.
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