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A Christmas Carol 3D Review
Disney’s A Christmas Carol retells Dickens classic story using new technology. Did the magic of Disney create a movie for the entire family or is it too scary for the kids? Think you know this holiday tale? Take the quiz!
Adult Sibling Rivalry and the Holidays
Sibling rivalry and conflict doesn’t just go away with adulthood nor is it nonexistent during the holidays. As families come together for holiday activities, relationship issues can resurface. Here are a few tips to help adult siblings keep their conflicts under control.
Adult Siblings and Family Bonds
Is there a formula for managing a successful adult sibling relationship? Adult siblings talk about their family bonds: the good, the bad and the broken.
Adult Siblings' Parenting Differences
Adult sibling comparisons often include children and child rearing methods. Here are six tips to keep the differences in parenting skills from adding to adult sibling rivalry.
Advice for Discussing Racism with Your Children
Teaching children character building lessons on race relations is one of the most important tasks parents have today. Here are some words of advice to help begin the process.
Awareness is the Key
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The focus is on awareness because it's not what we know, but it's what we don't know, including our family history, that can hurt us.
Babe Movie Review
Babe, part of my “oldie but goodie” collection of family movies available on DVD, was also a critically acclaimed feature film while in theatres. It was nominated and won multiple awards, including the prestigious Oscar and Golden Globe. However, will the new generation of kids like it?
Baby-Sitters Club Book Review
The Baby-Sitters Club books are a long running series and so is the version for younger readers subtitled Little Sister. If you're looking for a good series book to start your kids reading, this may be it!
Birth Order Analogy
Firstborns are favorites, lastborns are spoiled and middle children are forgotten. Why are parents blamed for creating these unintentional but injurious differences because of birth order? Perhaps viewing the parent’s perspective from a new, relatable angle will help!
Birth Order and Parenting E-book
Have you ever wondered how siblings brought up in the same household could have such diverse ways of thinking and behaviors? For some, the birth order theory can provide an explanation as well as insight into the molding of a child’s personality and the role parents play.
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