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1. Standing Up To Bullies
Bullying comes in more forms than ever, but one thing remains the same - we need to teach our children how to stand up to bullies so that the bullying stops.
2. Schools and Guns
Should we allow resource officers and/or teachers to carry guns on school grounds? Will the presence of concealed weapons have a positive or negative effect on an active shooter situation? Despite the heated debate, we simply do not have enough evidence to know for sure.
3. Ready for Toilet-Training!
A milestone in the life of every toddler and parent is potty-training. So how do you know when they are ready? How do you make it a succesful process?
4. Successful Resolutions
We all do it - make a New Year's Resolution and then abandon it when our efforts do not turn out the way we hope. How can we keep from being discouraged and continue striving towards improvement?
5. Becoming a Single Parent
Regardless of how you come to be a single parent, it is important to know how to take care of yourself. You are not the sole responsible party for yourself and your children. Caring for yourself must be one of your top priorities.
6. Caregiver's Bracelets Save Lives
Every year children die when left in a vehicle, often because the parents are in such a hurry or have experienced a change in routine and forget. This simple product can save their lives.
7. Benefits of Choices
The battle of wills between parent and child can be a nightmare. What happens when you employ the tactic of structured choices?
8. Book Review: Living on Three Spoons
Living on Three Spoons by Susan Torres is an inspiring book that illustrates not only the struggles of single parents, but the triumphs of successful parenting.
9. When They are Ostracized
Bullying and being ostracized can have the same damaging effect on our children and teens. For some, being ostracized is more devastating. How can we, as parents, help our teens find their niche?
10. Handling the Emotions with Ex-Spouse and Children
It is never easy to deal with an ex-spouse when it comes to the children. Your first priority is to the children, but are you sure you are covering all that entails?
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