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Military Families Gear up for Goodbyes

By Amanda Salem According to the Huffington Post, President Barack Obama may be softening the blow of his plan for a 30,000-troop surge to Afghanistan by setting an exit strategy for July 2011. However, if you ask one of the many Marines gathered at Camp Lejeune in North Carolina Monday -- exit strategy or not -- it’s the support of family that gets them through their deployment overseas. President Obama announced the surge last week, which has left many military families gearing up, not … [Read more...]

The Other Parent’s Home

written by diana mercer and marsha kline pruett when your children leave for the other parent's home: leaving can feel left out Editor's note: as the co-authors of Your Divorce Advisor: A Lawyer and a Psychologist Guide You Through the Legal and Emotional Landscape of Divorce, Attorney Diana Mercer and psychologist Marsha Kline Pruett know a thing or two about how to help keep families organized and calm amidst emotional and legal complications. Here is their insightful action plan for … [Read more...]

The Joy of Toys

written by kyle roderick & steveanne auerbach, Ph.D. the joys of toys: tips from a toy expert Do you recall what it felt like to play with your favorite toys? Do you remember how they sparked your imagination and took you on adventures to faraway lands? As Berkeley, CA. psychologist, author and toy scholar Stevanne Auerbach, Ph.D. (http://www.drtoy.com/) says, "The toys a child plays with can unlock the door to learning, and each new experience helps to turn the key. How much did we learn … [Read more...]

The Child Sutra

written by ria ray As a mother, wife, artist, healer and business consultant, Ria Ray is committed to helping generate more positive life force in every one of her roles. With the intention of helping adults find more bliss in connecting with children, Ria offers this sutra, or collection of rules, to consider, live with and enjoy. Children are living, breathing proof of intimate connection. Entirely dependent on the world's goodwill and fate, children are hugely vulnerable to the behavior of … [Read more...]

Defeating the Great Nothern

written by john sovec a parent's guide to open communication For many parents, the experience of raising children can easily turn from an idealized dream of Halloween costumes, lunch boxes, first dates and prom pictures into a battlefield of miscommunication and misunderstanding that leaves both children and parents emotionally scarred. In this type of environment, each attempt by parents to connect with their children is like walking through a minefield. Every step carries the potential of … [Read more...]

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