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How to Reduce Your Child’s Post Car Accident Anxiety (Coping Tips)

One of the least talked about issues that occur as a result of a car accident is the emotional trauma this type of event can cause to children. Children who are involved in car accidents, regardless if they have been injured, can suffer emotionally from the event. They may have trouble sleeping, begin to show […]

Do I Need a Protection Order for My Child’s Sake?

A Personal Protection Order (PPO) is a legal weapon for anyone being stalked or abused by someone else. This court document restrains an individual from committing a violent act against the person seeking protection. But just as a PPO can be used to potentially save lives, they are also being misused to devastate young lives, […]

Bond with Your Kids This Winter with These Great Tips

As the weather turns cold, more time is spent inside. Not being able to get wiggles out in the yard, kids have to resort to getting them out in the house. If you, the parent, can guide those wiggles into doing something productive, you will not only be able to create a better bond with […]

Saving For a Snowy Day

Your children may gleefully celebrate the heavy snow and cold weather that closes their school for the day. However, when your kids have a snow day that keeps them bound at home, you may be faced with the challenge of keeping your children entertained throughout the long winter day. As their excitement and amazement at […]

Is Bullying Assault? What Parents Must Know

Bullying has become one of the hottest topics in the parenting and educational circles. It is a part of growing up that no one likes, and much effort is being placed into stopping or preventing bullying from happening. So much focus has been placed on bullying that, at times, some more drastic cases of bullying […]

Teaching Compassion: Lessons to Learn During the Holidays

Teaching Compassion: Lessons to Learn During the Holidays As the holiday season approaches, feelings of generosity and goodwill toward others awaken in many people. People actively seek ways to help those who are less fortunate and go out of their way to be cheerful and solicitous to other individuals, whether they know them or not. […]

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5 Ways to Make Bath Time Fun

There are some children that act like cats afraid of water when it comes to bath time. If you are tired of begging and bribing your little ones to wash up, then it may be time to bring in a bit of creativity on your part to get the job done right. Here are five […]

Victims of a Divorce: How To Help Your Children Cope

Victims of a Divorce: How To Help Your Children Cope Approximately 50 percent of all children in the U.S. will experience at least one divorce, and a shocking 10 percent will be put through the process at least three times before they reach the age of 18. Because of this, many children end up dealing […]

Helping Your Child Adjust to a New Baby Sitter

It can be difficult for a parent to do everything on their own when raising a child. Enlisting the help of others can allow time away to work, grocery shop, run errands and enjoy an evening out on your own. However, it can be challenging, especially if your baby is sensitive to the transition of […]

5 Effective Ways to Help Kids Transition After Divorce

Divorce is hard on both children and parents and finding ways to transition can be difficult. Feelings of anger, sadness, confusion and fear can all set in and leave you both depressed and unable to function normally. Communication, counseling and finding activities to help you go on can aid in the transition and help a […]

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