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How to Prevent Playground Burns on Hot Days in Summer

November 8, 2017

The sun comes out, all kids want is to go outside, even when they are at school. With the sun comes sunburn, heatstroke and fatigue. How can schools help make playgrounds burn-proof during the long hot days of summer? The first step in protecting kids in a playground comes with a co-op. Teachers and parents […]

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What can a Teen Learn at a Fast Food Restaurant Job

November 8, 2017

McJob ascended to the pantheon of our lexicon in 1993 when the American Dialect Society named it its Most Imaginative’ buzzword at its annual meeting. The word broke through the stratosphere a year later with upwards of 100 U.S. citations, but lamentably any prestige assigned to McJob or to those who work McJobs ends there. […]

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Dating Tips for Divorced Dads

November 8, 2017

Following a divorce quite often the feeling of having to fill the void that is left is such that it makes one feel as though they must find someone as quickly as possible so as to lessen the associated feelings one gets after a divorce. Dating soon after a divorce can be an experience in […]

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Teaching our children values

November 8, 2017

We cannot teach our children values with our words. Values must be demonstrated rather than merely spoken. We have to teach our children the values we want them to accept and believe in, by OUR actions. Words are important, but they should be used to explain the values that our behaviors, attitudes and actions demonstrate […]

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Tips for how to love and support your teenage children

November 8, 2017

The teen years are filled with the tumultuous aspect of peer pressure. Teens need the love and support of their parents, even though it may seem as though they are rebelling against parental concern and sage advice. Parents need to be there for their teens, or else their teens may turn to alternative methods of […]

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Coping with the sexual assault of your child

November 8, 2017

Parents who have dealt with a child who was sexually assaulted will be the first to tell you that you play a critical role in the healing process. Some parents will feel as though the abuse is their fault, they will believe that they should have protected their child more or that they should have […]

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How new Mothers can Cope with Sleep Deprivation

November 8, 2017

The joy of a new mother often transforms into exhaustion within a few days after the birth. The baby’s need to be fed every couple of hours, both day and night, along with attempting to maintain a bit of a normal life can be both tiring and even frustrating. So how is a new mother […]

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Keeping your children unplugged in a high tech world

November 8, 2017

Baby boomers were at risk of having their souls tainted by technological advances in music such as electric guitars, Peter Frampton’s talk box, and the pulsating beats of disco. Gen X-ers nearly lost their intellect to Atari, MTV, and Betamax. Generations Y and Z, however, are in real trouble. Technology for personal use and entertainment […]

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How Summer Jobs help Teens Choose a Careerprofession

November 8, 2017

Summer jobs provide a teen not only with money, but a look into what they may want as a career. Choosing a profession can be extremely difficult, but a summer job may be just what a teen needs to help them decide. ~Behind the Job Description So the paragraph the guidance counselor shows your teen […]

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Diaper changing essentials

November 8, 2017

Changing a diaper isn’t always as easy as expected. More often than not, baby is often struggling to make a getaway, or is fidgeting relentlessly adding to the challenge. It can often be a battle with most babies which is why it is always best to be prepared. Like everything that comes with parenting, preparation is everything. […]

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