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March 23, 2020 – 2:58 pm | No Comment

Amazon is opening up free streaming access to more than 40 children’s shows worldwide as a gesture of goodwill amid the Coronovirus pandemic.

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New Sex Education Standards Released for Kindergarten through 12th Grade
January 15, 2012 – 9:26 pm | One Comment
New Sex Education Standards Released for Kindergarten through 12th Grade

by Mina Frannea
Recently, a national coalition including  The American Association of Health Education, The American School Health Association, The National Education Association – Health Information Network and The Society of State Leaders of Health and …

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How to Raise A Happy Child
January 5, 2012 – 7:00 am | 3 Comments
How to Raise A Happy Child

by Caron Goode
In a world where violence and bullying seem to be common, some parents are wondering how we help our children be happy and successful. Happy children have good self-esteem, demonstrate resilience, and feel …

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Guidelines for Healthy Coach / Player Relationships
December 18, 2011 – 1:23 pm | 2 Comments
Guidelines for Healthy Coach / Player Relationships

By Max R. Trenerry, Ph.D.
The recent events surrounding the Penn State coaching staff has likely made many North Texas parents think about how to avoid a similar situation with their own children. It’s certainly made …

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Texas Multi Mamas Reality Show to air on WE tv on December 27
December 13, 2011 – 7:29 am | No Comment
Texas Multi Mamas Reality Show to air on WE tv on December 27

I had the pleasure of interviewing the Multi Mamas to be featured on WE tv’s new series, Texas Multi Mamas which premieres Tuesday, December 27 at 9pm ET/PT. This series, which takes place in Dallas, …

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When Does Your Child’s Behavior Need Outside Help?
November 12, 2011 – 7:00 am | No Comment
When Does Your Child’s Behavior Need Outside Help?

A child’s behavior has meaning. Sometimes behavior tells us that the child is scared or sad. Sometimes behavior tells us that the child is angry or hurting. And although some children’s behaviors can be particularly troubling – like biting, hitting, tantrums, or head banging — these behaviors give us a window into the child’s world. Behavior is an expression of the child’s experience and it is up to adults to help sort through the “problem” behaviors to find their meaning and purpose.

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