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Helping Children Cope with Loss
Coping with loss can be difficult for an adult and yet it is a parentīs job to help our children learn how to deal with loss and keep them feeling safe as a child. What can we do to accomplish these tasks?
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?
History Repeats Itself
Sometimes it only takes a moment to remind us of an incident - ages ago - where we learned a valuable parenting lesson.
Holiday Stressers: Dealing with Family
Tips for dealing with family (and ex-family) during the holiday season, especially when it comes to dealing with the children.
Holiday Survival Tips for Single Parents
Do the holidays make you want to hibernate? Would you rather star on Fear Factor than face another holiday celebration? Maybe these tips will help...
Holidays on a Stressed Out Budget
Do the holidays and their expense stress your budget and your nerves? This Christmas season, refocus on the most important aspect of the holidays - family.
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?
Ideas to Cure the Winter Blues
Cabin Fever? Winter blues? Looking for a way to have a bit of family fun? Read here for ideas to brighten your winter days.
In Search of: Parent Opinions
A call to parents for their honest opinons on teen-age dating, curfews, interracial dating, the pressure on teens to have sex, single-parent dating, places to meet other people, and how to set positive examples for our children.
Infallible vs. Always-Fallible Parents
Parenting is never easy, but single parents have the added pressure of being the only parent. Sometimes that pressure is not dealt with easily and it results in parents who believe that they either must be infallible or are always-fallible. How can we avoid these tendencies?
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