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Dating and the Single Parent
Dating can be daunting...and who is to say if dating is "right" or "wrong" for the single parent? Exploring the possibilities is always wise before jumping in.

Dating Issues: Interracial Dating
The first in a series of dating issues - Interracial dating: One motherīs opinion on how we should instruct our children

Dealing with Abandonment Trauma
It is not possible to eliminate the trauma from the abandonment of a child, but it is possible for the custodial parent to aid the child in finding healthy ways to deal with his/her emotions.

Dealing With Anger Issues
While we all have anger, we all deal with it differently. Exploring reactions and emotional needs may give us the answer to controlling our anger.

Dealing with Difficult Conversations
All conversations with your children will not be easy - but all conversations are necessary. Learn how to face difficult topics head-on!

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?

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?

Discussing Sexuality with your Child: Part 1
Discussing sexuality with your child can be more difficult than discussing sex! How can we, as parents, make this a topic that is not taboo for our children?

Discussing Sexuality, Part 2: Talking to Your Child
After you have analyzed your own beliefs, it is time to talk to your child. An open heart, an open mind, and honesty are most important for this conversation.

Discussing Sexuality, Part 3: How you do NOT want the conversation to go
Pitfalls to avoid when discussing sexuality with your child.

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