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Apr22
Love as an Acceptable Risk

Love as an Acceptable Risk

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Loving means opening yourself to heartbreak. How can I help my kids learn how to balance risk and reward when it comes to love? Our dogs help.

Apr21
Grandparents & the Invisible Partner

Grandparents & the Invisible Partner

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My estranged parents want to build a relationship with me and my infant twins. But they still don’t want to accept my partner as a mother to our sons. I find this unacceptable. I need your advice.

Apr18
Neighborhood Kids, Neighborhood Boundaries

Neighborhood Kids, Neighborhood Boundaries

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A young neighborhood kid doesn’t seem to understand and respect boundaries and his parents don’t seem to care. How should I handle this sticky situation?

Apr16
Parent Truisms

Parent Truisms

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Just like no two snowflakes are the same, no two parenting experiences are the same. However, there are certain things about the highs and lows of raising kids that seem to ring true for almost every mom and dad. We’re sure you’ll relate to at least a few of these.

Apr15
Let’s Talk About Sex, Baby

Let’s Talk About Sex, Baby

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Teenagers and burgeoning sexuality. The conversations are becoming more difficult, but we’ll keep having them, because communication and knowledge are key.

Apr14
The Worst Support Group in the World

The Worst Support Group in the World

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A mom-to-be has abandoned a toxic support group but continues her friendship with another former support group member. But, that friend continues to gossip about our former group and I just can’t take it anymore. What should I do?

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