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by Caitlin Dougherty on January 31, 2017
How To Be a Special Olympics Volunteer
by Caitlin Dougherty on January 31, 2017
There are so many different opportunities for children, teens and adults to volunteer at this year’s Special Olympics. Below is a list of ways that your family can be a part of this special event. ... Read full article
by Sam Weinman on December 20, 2016
Sports: The Important Lessons of Losing
by Sam Weinman on December 20, 2016
How losing can teach kids valuable lessons so that they may succeed in life. ... Read full article
by Jennifer Weeks, Ph.D. on November 1, 2016
You’ve Found Your Child Engaging in Cybersex, Now What?
by Jennifer Weeks, Ph.D. on November 1, 2016
What to do if you find your child cybersexing or sexting. ... Read full article
by Lisa Kosan on October 21, 2016
Why Some Kids Lash Out & What to Do About It
by Lisa Kosan on October 21, 2016
Biting, hitting, bullying. We take a look at these behaviors and offer solutions on how to help stop them from happening. ... Read full article
by Malia Jacobson on September 22, 2016
Boys Left Behind: The Gender Gap in Education
by Malia Jacobson on September 22, 2016
Research shows that schools are failing our boys: Males are kicked out twice as often, less likely to graduate and are disproportionately the targets of violence. Researchers and experts say boys need a whole new skill set to succeed.... Read full article
by Brian Spero on August 28, 2016
Parenting Tweens and Teens
by Brian Spero on August 28, 2016
An optimistic and engaged approach to parenting tweens and teens - everything you need to know (and more)! ... Read full article
by Kelly Bryant on August 26, 2016
Teach Your Child Independence
by Kelly Bryant on August 26, 2016
Help make every day your kid’s independence day.... Read full article
by Rebecca Eanes on June 24, 2016
Respecting Children's Space: Don’t Spit-Smudge My Face
by Rebecca Eanes on June 24, 2016
Before you wipe that smudge off your child's face or scoop your child up without asking again, read this! ... Read full article
by Kelly Bryant on June 24, 2016
Party Pleasers: Raise a Grateful Birthday Boy or Girl
by Kelly Bryant on June 24, 2016
An age-by-age guide for raising a child who feels thankful, not entitled, on their special day.... Read full article
by Rebecca Eanes on June 23, 2016
Great Expectations: Holding Children to Higher Standards than Adults
by Rebecca Eanes on June 23, 2016
How can we expect our kids to be perfect all of the time when we're not perfect ourselves? ... Read full article
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