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Is Your Teenager’s Phone Making Them Miserable?

Is Your Teenager’s Phone Making Them Miserable?

Do you ever find yourself worrying your teenager is addicted to their phone? You may be right! In recent months, smart phone and social media designers from Silicon Valley have been going public about the addictive nature of their products. Online games, social media...

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Why You Should Make New Year’s Resolutions as a Family

Why You Should Make New Year’s Resolutions as a Family

A New Year’s resolution is, traditionally, an individual pledge to meet certain goals in the new year. The most common New Year’s resolutions are: losing weight, eating healthier/exercising more and saving money. These resolutions are great goals to have, and will...

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Solving Sexual Dissatisfaction

Solving Sexual Dissatisfaction

Are you and your partner on the same page when it comes to your unanimous sexual pleasure? Do you have sex at a frequency that pleases you both? You might want to shy away from these questions, but the truth is that sex plays a crucial role in relationships. Sex is a...

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Tips for Helping your Child Transition to Middle School

Tips for Helping your Child Transition to Middle School

As the summer comes to an end, kids across the country are making the move from elementary school to middle school. If your child is about to step into a middle school for the first time, they are probably experiencing a mixture of nervousness, fear, sadness, and...

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Signs, Effects, and Healing: Narcissistic Parents

Signs, Effects, and Healing: Narcissistic Parents

  When we're young, parents shape our entire world. We learn from them, look up to them, are loved by them and, at times, may feel hurt by them.  As a child, it's impossible to see parents for who they really are – normal people who have fears, anxieties and...

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Why Experts Are Wary of “13 Reasons Why”

Why Experts Are Wary of “13 Reasons Why”

If you are a fan of Netflix, you've probably seen or heard about the popular series “13 Reasons Why.” But did you know that the show has been subject to a high amount of criticism from psychologists and therapists since its release in March 2017? The criticism comes...

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Protecting Yourself Against Domestic Violence

Protecting Yourself Against Domestic Violence

  What is Domestic Violence? Domestic violence is physical, sexual or emotional assault performed by one person in a relationship against the other partner. Typically the partners live together, which makes the situation more difficult to escape from. Domestic...

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Moving Past Divorce

Moving Past Divorce

Ending a marriage can be both devastating and life changing. Long after the final papers have been signed, we can continue to experience feelings or loneliness, anger, sadness, and frustration. However, just as we might tell a “heart-broken” teenager, “life goes on,”...

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Disciplining Your Child Without Spanking

Disciplining Your Child Without Spanking

Learning to discipline your child and teach good decision-making skills is one of the most important tasks of parenting. While discipline is necessary in order for children to learn self-control and the consequences of poor choices, how they are disciplined is...

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Six Rules Every First Time Parent Needs to Follow

Six Rules Every First Time Parent Needs to Follow

If you are a first time parent, or about to be one, you're probably experiencing what every other first time parent experiences: pure panic. It's completely normal to have anxiety about how parenthood will change you and your partner's lives. It will affect your...

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How Much is too Much Screen Time for Kids?

How Much is too Much Screen Time for Kids?

In the digital age, children use technology from infancy. Movies, video games, books, maps, music, social media, even schoolwork – all are convenient and accessible by simply focusing on the unnatural glow of a digital screen. Many parents scramble to keep up with the...

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Back to School for Children with ADD/ADHD

Back to School for Children with ADD/ADHD

Parenting a child with Attention Deficit Disorder or Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADD/ADHD) can be challenging – particularly once school begins. For these parents, a new school year often means meeting with teachers, monitoring homework, encouraging good...

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