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Today I am sharing a Q&A post with you that was written by my friend and colleague Dr. Sally Goldberg. Dr. Sally is an educator and parent. Hello Dr. Sally: I recently learned that a friend’s daughter has been the victim of a predatorial relationship with an older woman. The older woman took advantage of […]Continue reading
We invite you to become informed about the 400,000 children in foster care in the U.S. today. Kids who have experienced difficulties in their birth families need someone like you. You might enjoy it so much you decide to adopt. While the goal of all foster care is to reunite children with their biological families, […]Continue reading
For expectant parents, there’s a huge amount to think about before your little one arrives. The best way to help allay any nerves and get prepared for parenthood is to create a checklist of essentials and stock up on as much as you can in advance. Here are some of the most important items to […]Continue reading
Finding the right dentist can be stressful. A great deal of work goes into choosing the right dental practice to suit your needs and the needs of your family members. The best office to choose is one that offers a wide variety of services in one location. Most people do not realize it but not […]Continue reading
Everything is digitalized these days – even parenting. As kids get more connected, parents should as well. Parents need to be actively involved in their children’s digital lives in order to monitor cyber-bulling situations, inappropriate communications with peer or adults, and so on. Below, we have listed 5 iPhone monitoring apps that we consider worth […]Continue reading
Thanksgiving is a favorite holiday of mine. It’s not, in particular, the holiday that matters: it’s the time leading up to it, I think. I enjoy the cooler weather, the Autumn leaves and leaf piles, the warm blankets at night, puddles for the kids to jump in, hot chocolate, popcorn, and more. The holiday itself […]Continue reading