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How Parents Boost Their Teen’s Success In and After Treatment

How Parents Boost Their Teen’s Success In and After Treatment

Not by Chance How Parents Boost Their Teen’s Success In and After Treatment By Tim R. Thayne, Ph.D. Your struggling teenager is going to a residential or wilderness treatment program. Their addictions, learning disabilities, or emotional/behavioral issues have brought you to a moment of decision. Heartsick, anxious, and exhausted, questions bounce endlessly around your mind,…

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FaceBook Changes it’s News Feed, Will This Change Be Good For Bloggers?

FaceBook Changes it’s News Feed, Will This Change Be Good For Bloggers?

Facebook is planning on making changes to it’s “News Feed’ that will allow users to see more updates from family and friends” rather than those sometimes annoying business, brands and media post. Within hours of making this announcement “Facebook shares fell 4 percent.” The article also stated that “this could also result in lining them…

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How to Cope With Loneliness & Depression; During the Christmas Season!

How to Cope With Loneliness & Depression; During the Christmas Season!

The Christmas season is a time of parties, celebrations, and get together’s with family and friends. Yet for many people, it can be a time of intense loneliness. This is especially true if someone has suffered the loss of a baby during pregnancy, a loved one you are close to and they are experiencing the Christmas season…

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Maternally Challenged by Kathy Chlan

Maternally Challenged by Kathy Chlan

Maternally Challenged: How My Special Needs Son Taught Me to Sack Up and Laugh! By Kathy Chlan   Kathy Chlan knows first hand that the only thing you can expect when you’re expecting is, well, the unexpected. Twenty-five years ago, Chlan – the popular writer behind the blog Unfiltered Mom – gave birth to her…

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Cookies, Crayons and Cards this Christmas!

Cookies, Crayons and Cards this Christmas!

HOLIDAY MESSAGE FOR PARENTS Expert Shows Parents How Crafting Holiday Cards Can Be a Fun & Teachable Moment Whether it is a Christmas wish list to Santa or a Season’s Greeting card to family, making cards and writing letters is a holiday tradition in many families. This is a great opportunity for parents to teach their kids…

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#1 Way To Save Your Child From a HOT VEHICLE Death! with elepho “for a better life”

#1 Way To Save Your Child From a HOT VEHICLE Death! with elepho “for a better life”

#1 Way To Save Your Child From a HOT VEHICLE Death! with elepho “for a better life” Here is a brand new way to keep your child safe. With the eclip! It is smart, simple, life saving. This little life saving gadget can save hundreds of lives, from babies, toddlers, to young children. It connects to your smart…

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Four Top Ways to Beat Holiday Stress by Dr. Raj Gupta

Four Top Ways to Beat Holiday Stress by Dr. Raj Gupta

4 Ways To Beat Holiday Stress The holidays are supposed to be relaxing, joyous and fun, but for millions of Americans they bring stress, anxiety and even depression. Numerous studies have shown upwards of 70 percent of Americans feeling stressed as Christmas bears down on them. A survey by Think Finance revealed that 45 percent…

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The Birthday Rules; Critical Conversations to Have with Your Children 6-16

The Birthday Rules; Critical Conversations to Have with Your Children 6-16

  The Birthday Rules; Critical Conversations to Have with Your Children (Ages 6-16) Written By; Jeff Wald with Dr. Rachel Marsh   ABOUT THE BOOK: Written by an ivy league psychiatrist and a successful start up founder, The Birthday Rules  applies proven business and  human resources strategies to the world of parenting and offers a structure to…

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Denny’s “No Hungry Kid”

Denny’s “No Hungry Kid”

I know what it is like to be hungry when I was kid. And I know that there were people that gave to me and my family to help out. So I am asking you my friends and family and blog readers to considering donating to Denny’s during this upcoming Holiday season.  So please read…

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Honoring Ruth Gruber: Photojournalist

Honoring Ruth Gruber: Photojournalist

“Ruth Gruber” Life and Works! Here are 5 Questions about Ruth Gruber and her works. 1. Who was Ruth Gruber? She was the daughter of Russian Jewish immigrants, David and Gussie Gruber. She was one of five children. Ruth was born on September 30, 1911. 2. Where was she from? Ruth was from Brooklyn NY. 3. Can…

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