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How To Talk To Kids About Sex

Posted on 30 May 2009 by Jane Heiza

8 Tips On How To Be A Great Mom

Posted on 29 May 2009 by Jane Heiza

Should You Be An Overprotective Parent?

Posted on 22 May 2009 by Jane Heiza

How To Deal With A Whiny Child

Posted on 19 March 2009 by Jane Heiza


How To Talk To Kids About Tough Issues

We normally shield our kids from seeing, hearing or reading disturbing issues from the television, radio or internet. While we get plenty of information from these sources, many parents are concerned whether a child can appropriately handle topics like violence, crime, war, natural disasters, and many other stories depicting other types of devastation. For children, […]

A Parent’s Guide To Communicating With Teens

When you are parenting teens, communicating with them can often times feel as though you are trying to traverse a mine field. One day your teen is fine and the next they act as though you are from another planet. While it can be difficult to talk to teens, as parents we know that it […]

How To Help Your Child Manage Stress

While it may seem difficult to believe, one of the most common parenting issues facing both parents and kids today is the subject of kid related stress. Studies indicate that today’s kids are experiencing higher levels of stress than ever before as a result of increased academic pressure and numerous extra-curricular activities. So, what can […]

Teaching Conflict Resolution to Your Children

Children will be children. And if you have more than one in a room, there’s a good bet there will be an argument or conflict at some point. Teaching conflict resolution to your children will reduce your frustrations and help bring peace to your home. One way to address conflict resolution is by using books. Authors […]

What Is The Meaning of “Family Values” To You?

Look up “family values” in Wikipedia and it starts like this… “Family values are political and social beliefs that hold the Nuclear family to be the essential ethical and moral unit of society. […]” I grew up in a family with little interest and discussion about religion nor politics. In fact, my grandparents (father’s side) are farmers, and […]

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