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Nov26
Playground Thunderdome

Playground Thunderdome

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What’s the best way to react to toddler fights and aggression on the playground…especially if the offender isn’t your child?

Nov12
When the School Can’t (or Won’t) Help Your Child

When the School Can’t (or Won’t) Help Your Child

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I’m worried something isn’t quite “right” with my daughter, but her school keeps finding excuses for not evaluating our concerns. Where do I turn for help?

Oct26
Keeping Track of Your Kids, One GPS Coordinate At A Time

Keeping Track of Your Kids, One GPS Coordinate At A Time

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Once you accept that your kids will be monitored around school by a tracking device, what’s next? Should we have a problem with schools tracking our children with chips embedded in their school ids?

Oct03
Talking To Your Kids About Politics

Talking To Your Kids About Politics

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Ways to teach your kids to be respectful of people who have different political views than their own.

Sep25
Raising Kind Children in a Honey Boo Boo World

Raising Kind Children in a Honey Boo Boo World

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Increasingly I look around at the world and wonder when making fun of people became acceptable. My kids sometimes laugh at things that make me cringe. And on more occasions than I would care to remember I have had to remind one of my children that saying something mean followed by, “Just kidding!” doesn’t in fact make it a joke.

Sep17
Talking to Your Child About Their Special Needs

Talking to Your Child About Their Special Needs

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At what point — when special education and speech therapy and other services are the norm in your child’s life — do you explain to them that they’re different? And how?

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