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Study Shows Some Cartoons Have Adverse Affect on Kids
June 20, 2013 – 2:19 pm | No Comment
Study Shows Some Cartoons Have Adverse Affect on Kids

Not Your Parents’ Scooby Doo
By George Drinka, MD
In a flurry of articles published in the LA Times, USAToday, Deseret News, and elsewhere, journalists report a surprising finding as described in a recent article in the scholarly journal …

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What I Wish Someone Had Told My Husband About Parenting
June 17, 2013 – 4:03 pm | No Comment
What I Wish Someone Had Told My Husband About Parenting

Parenting Lessons we Learn as we Raise Our Kids
by Lorraine Brock
As kids we learn much from our parents, but sometimes parents feel like they did not do their best and wish they had the chance …

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Do You Question Your Parenting Skills?
June 16, 2013 – 4:32 pm | No Comment
Do You Question Your Parenting Skills?

Frequently Asked Parenting Questions
Guest post by Kids ‘R’ Kids of Dallas/Fort Worth
Parents often question their ability as a parent, worrying if their making mistakes with their kids.  Child care experts believe that the overwhelming amount …

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Online Safety: 5 Google Tools that Every Parent Should Know About
June 10, 2013 – 12:55 pm | No Comment
Online Safety: 5 Google Tools that Every Parent Should Know About

FREE Google Tools Parents Should Know About to Keep their Kids Safe Online
Just as it is important for parents and kids to talk about how they should stay safe online, it’s also important that parents …

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Avoiding The Melt Downs
June 3, 2013 – 5:07 pm | No Comment
Avoiding The Melt Downs

How to Avoid Melt Downs
by Amy Egan
So often I hear complaints from parents about their children’s reactions to limits and consequences. Parents are hurt, surprised, outraged, incensed, annoyed, insulted and/or angered that their child throws …

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