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The holiday season is considered to be a time of happiness, good times, family gatherings and wonderful memories. However, the thought of the holiday season can also be a painful and stressful time for families that may be going through a divorce. The thought of the approaching holiday season may lead to feelings of depression, […]
Babies cry to communicate their needs. Before children begin to talk and use words, crying is the primary way for them to communicate. Although there are distinct cries, it is difficult at times to know what your baby is trying to let you know. What he may be trying to communicate: “I’m hungry.” “I’m sleepy.” […]
1. Shop sales Go school clothes shopping during the end-of-summer sales. T-shirts can be worn during the colder months by throwing a sweater on top. 2. Bring a list Write out a list of necessities before going to the store and stick to it. Only buy what is necessary and stay away from any extra things just […]
Studying is the key to being successful in school. Here are some tips for getting the most out of your children’s study sessions after-school. Re-write Your Notes Everyday After-School: Re-writing your notes after-school is a perfect way to “lock-in” what you have learned for the day while at school. Also, it will allow you your […]
From the first day home from the hospital parents are concerned about their baby’s safety. As your baby becomes more mobile he will begin to explore his surroundings. Baby proofing your home will insure that your baby will be able to wander around the house without being in any danger. Check your home for the […]
Ask any adolescent girl and she can easily point out and explain what a clique is, who is part of the “in” crowd, and who is not. In today’s world, peer groups have more influence than ever before, and technology makes it easier for children to be anonymous and more widespread in their malicious behaviors. […]
Our children bring us great joy. And yet there are times when parents experience anger and frustration. Parenting is tough and it is normal to feel angry at times. First, learning to recognize and being aware of these feelings then finding the most appropriate ways of responding are key to safe and effective parenting.