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Here Are The Real Reasons Your Child Is Acting Out

  If your once well-behaved child is suddenly starting to act out and rebel – you might be confused as to why. From yelling “NO!”, every time you ask them to do something, to getting into fights and quarrels with their siblings, you may wonder just what has gotten into […]

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Landmark Research on Siblings May Help Identify Mental Health Risk Factors

Scientists have studied the concept of “nature versus nurture” for decades. While each family is unique, it appears that both home environment and genetic factors are vital in predicting our overall health as adults. But recent studies have provided even more information on just how crucial it is for a […]

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Parents Are Fighting Back As the World’s Most Famous Children’s Show Embraces the LGBT Agenda

We see it every day now – progressive propaganda targeting our children. Whether in public schools, through the media, or even in formerly family-friendly children’s programming, the left’s agenda to groom our children is moving forward like a steam roller. But parents are fed up and firing back as one […]

How To Talk With Your Teen When They Make A Mistake Without Crushing Their Spirit

How To Talk With Your Teen When They Make A Mistake Without Crushing Their Spirit

Being a mom of a teenager can be tough – especially with a teen who always seems to be pushing the limits on just how far they can go.  And while discipline is an important part of parenting – it isn’t always the first tool to use when your teen […]

A Tragic Case in Canada Serves As a Cautionary Tale for Parents in the U.S.

A Tragic Case in Canada Serves As a Cautionary Tale for Parents in the U.S.

The laws of the United States and many other nations mandate that a minor is anyone under the age of eighteen, and thereby subject to the guidance of their parent or legal guardian. Teens cannot vote, establish a residency on their own, or enter military service before this milestone, and […]

5 Ways Not To Spoil Your Child Through The Holidays

5 Ways Not To Spoil Your Child Through The Holidays

Materialism has a way of creeping in the holidays like no other time of the year, and it’s easy to go a little overboard. Your kids may give you a ten foot long list for Santa of their “favorite” toys, or you may have had them circle in a magazine […]

Gift Your Children Experiences Not Things This Holiday Season

Gift Your Children Experiences Not Things This Holiday Season

Christmas time is almost here, and children are being blasted with ads encouraging them to pressure mom and dad to buy them the latest and greatest. The truth is, many households are already drowning in stuff – and many of the toys children own they don’t even play with. But […]

Has Your Family Seen This Hit Film?  It Can Provide An Opportunity To Discuss Faith

Has Your Family Seen This Hit Film?  It Can Provide An Opportunity To Discuss Faith

With all of the exciting things going on for families this time of year, sometimes it’s nice to find a quiet activity that everyone enjoys. Many families enjoy the tradition of going to the movies on a cold day over the kids’ Christmas break, or even on Christmas Day after […]

Here’s How You Can Fulfill Christmas Wishes For Underprivileged Kids

Here’s How You Can Fulfill Christmas Wishes For Underprivileged Kids

  Every Christmas season many children make a list of gifts and toys they long for Santa to bring – and sure enough they end up experiencing the joy of opening presents each Christmas. Not that Christmas should be focused around presents – but one can’t help and smile at […]

PTSD From Losing A Child Is Real And Misunderstood 

PTSD From Losing A Child Is Real And Misunderstood 

  When people think of PTSD they usually picture a war-torn veteran, struggling to adjust to civilian life. While this picture is not wrong, it doesn’t encompass the whole population of sufferers. Mothers who have lost their children experience a kind of grief that is lingering, relentless, and often debilitating. […]