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Parents want and need to be effective at this time of year when pressure mounts and school deadlines loom. Nonreactive parenting is an approach that emphasizes problem-solving in response to stress and deemphasizes emotional reactivity.Read More
If you Google “Mother’s Day,” a list of every possible gift imaginable for a mom on Mother’s Day appears. While there’s a role for this consumerism, it’s what comes in addition to that, underneath all the ornaments that makes the day so special for moms.Read More
Guilt ridden, busy parents can finally breathe a sigh of relief. A new study published in the April publication of the Journal of Marriage and Family concludes that the amount of time a parent spends with a child ages 3 to 11 has no bearing on healthy adjustment.Read More
While most of us long for spring and yearn to basque in warm sunshine after enduring the long, harsh, record breaking winter, for a typical American teen, spring time is more of a rite of passage for realized and unrealized hopes and dreams.Read More
Question: My daughter, age 15 and a sophomore is starving herself in fit into a ultra skinny prom dress prom. In addition she’s going with an senior boy who she barely knows. I’m very concerned about the whole thing. Any advice?Read More