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New Year New Self
Reflection and rediscovering on what everything has brought me and what I've learned from the old year. It leaves me wondering what I would like to do differently in the New Year. Take a look at rediscovering and new beginnings.
New Year’s Resolutions Just For Daughter’s
For moms and dads who want to be more effective in the New Year. You can start by beginning the New Year with helping your daughter set resolutions.
No It’s Not Candy
Kids will put just about anything in their mouth - including potential toxic single-dose laundry detergent packets. I'll give you important information that could prevent a hazardous disaster or even a death.
One Day at a Time
Overwhelming, angry, protective, frustration and love are all feelings you feel when you are raising a daughter with a disability. Let me show you how to take one day at a time in the midst of it all.
Overbearing Parent - Obsessive Daughter
Overbearing parent? Could you be turning your daughter into an obsessive or abusive child? Find out how and how to curtail it or stop it.
Parenting Challenges While Raising A Daughter
Parenting a daughter after a remarriage can be a challenge. Take a look at some healthy ways of getting your ex and new step-parent working together.
Prep For Your Daughter on Valentine’s Day!
Valentine's Day can be stressful. I have some great ideas for preparation for that special day for your daughter. Here you will find helpful tips for Valentine’s Day for your daughter and maybe yourself. I have also listed some pointers on preventing the teenager valentine blues.
Prom And Graduation Safety Tips
These are repetitive safety tips but sometimes we all need to be reminded, especially in our excitement, with all the special events taking place at this wonderful time of year.
Raising a Daughter With Diabetes
Are you raising a daughter with diabetes? This is commonly known as type 1 diabetes. It is most commonly diagnosed in children and in young adults. In honor of November being Diabetes Awareness month I’d like to give you some tips that could make life a little easier for your daughter.
Resources for Parent's With Kids and Cell Phones
How responsible can you be? Part II of “Responsible Cell Phone Use For Daughters”. This is hard even for adults but in order for your daughter to do it you must do it. Check out additional tips along with laws that are now in place for teens.
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