July 26, 2022

Drug Talks

It’s important for parents to be first in talking with their children about drugs. Knowing the effects and risks of drug use empowers children to make […]
July 16, 2022

Need for Independence

  Yet another factor that contributes to children’s tendency to drift apart from their families is their naturally growing sense of independence, says Christopher. “Now that […]
July 15, 2022

Health is A Treasure

  Sadly, children born in the United States are more likely to eventually suffer from chronic disease and die prematurely from preventable conditions than those in […]
June 22, 2022

Keeping Kids Safe

Here are areas to focus on when it comes to keeping your kids safe:     Technology – Just as there are age restrictions on toys […]
April 21, 2022

Reducing Entitlement

In elementary school, children are beginning to learn how to control emotions, delay gratification and make good decisions on their own. Parents, on the other hand, […]
April 15, 2022

Improving Dental Treatment for Children with Special Healthcare Needs

  Children with special healthcare needs are at higher risk of developing certain dental conditions—either due to their medical, congenital, or behavioral special healthcare needs; their […]
April 8, 2022

Mornings with Meaning

If you’re like most folks, there’s not enough “break,” but too much “fast” in your breakfast time.   Hectic schedules, family members with differing appetites and […]
March 12, 2022

Learning the Ropes

  What could feel freer than swinging through the treetops of a beautiful wooded forest? If you and your family have a taste for adventure, consider […]
March 5, 2022

LOL (Lots of Love)

  Comedian and entertainer Bob Hope once said that laughter is an “instant vacation.” Those words couldn’t ring more true, especially for parents looking for a […]
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