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Family Travel In The Electronic Age

Family Travel In The Electronic Age

By Alisa Abecassis, Founder of ExploreAll50.com Guest Writer Should kids be allowed to be connected electronically when the family travels? How much is too much and what limits are appropriate? As a mom of 3 teenagers aged 17, 15, and ...

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Self-esteem Is Not Always Related To Good Grades

Self-esteem Is Not Always Related To Good Grades

(NC) — When it comes to school, it is not necessary to get A’s, or even to pass, in order for students to have high self-esteem. For students of all ages, feeling good about their abilities comes from the confidence ...

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Immigrant Teenagers: Finding Their Own Path

Immigrant Teenagers: Finding Their Own Path

By Nastasha Alli Guest Writer In the world of parenting, fights and arguments come with raising a teenager. But for immigrant families, the relationship between parents and teens can become so intense that when a child says they need space ...

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4 No-Fail Tips For Successful 21st Century Parenting

4 No-Fail Tips For Successful 21st Century Parenting

Raising Well-Adjusted Children is not a Game of Chance, Says School Board Member and Dad For many parents, having children is the most significant reckoning in one’s lifetime. The birth of Anthony Sposato’s first child made him realize he had ...

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How To Survive The Back To School Shopping Spree

How To Survive The Back To School Shopping Spree

Nearly half of Canadian shoppers find the season stressful: study (NC) – Armed with coupons, store flyers and a long list of must-have items, over one-third of Canadians are now taking on the daunting task of back-to-school shopping this season. ...

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Five Tips To Spark The Joy Of Reading In Kids

Five Tips To Spark The Joy Of Reading In Kids

(NC) – Reading is a gift – it takes you on a journey, opens your eyes, poses questions and exposes you to new thoughts and ideas. With the following tips, you can encourage your child to develop a love of ...

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Help Your Child Get Fit

Help Your Child Get Fit

Submitted by Dr. George Traitses When children are overweight, it’s best to focus on becoming healthy rather than on losing weight. Experts agree that increasing physical activity is the No. 1 way to battle childhood obesity. Don’t expect schools to ...

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Tips For Keeping Kids Safe In Water

Tips For Keeping Kids Safe In Water

By Donna de Levante Raphael Pride Parenting Columnist  Summer is here and the combination of holidays, sunshine, water and children is a seductive but potentially a lethal mix. Tragically, drowning is still one of the highest causes of accidental death ...

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Mommy’s Little Dictionary Of Meanings

Mommy’s Little Dictionary Of Meanings

By Donna de Levante Raphael Pride Parenting Columnist We moms have our own special language. We all know that when you have children, it would be crazy to think your life would remain the same. Admit it, your life changes ...

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