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Fighting in Love Against the Abhorrence of Child-Bashing

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By Steve Wickham BABY-BASHING is probably not a new phenomenon, notwithstanding its abhorrence, but there are a rash of videos being cast over the internet these days, and when they autoplay we are… Continue reading

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Projects, Papers, and Finals, Oh My: 5 Tips That Will Help!

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By Colleen O’Grady Summer is around the corner but first you have to get through projects, papers, finals-oh my. This is not only challenging for your daughter but it is challenging for you… Continue reading

Help! My Teen Maxed Out My Credit Card!

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By Fern Weis A college student puts all her expenses on her dad’s credit card — all her expenses, in addition to the tuition he paid with it. The card is maxed out,… Continue reading

Do Teenage Girls Dress Appropriately?

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By Ross McDonald It has come to my attention that some teenage girls are so caught up in looking good, increasing their social status and attracting boys that they put their own welfare… Continue reading

Empower and Uplift Your Child

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Empower and Uplift Your Child   By Cherrye S. Vasquez, Ph.D. “Your mama is black!” the little girl meant it as a slur. It was true, the other little girl’s mother is black,… Continue reading

5 Lessons From Eddie Murphy’s Daddy Day Care That Fathers Can And Should Implement Immediately

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  By Rodney Kellum It’s amazing how young children can find an older movie that you may have forgotten about, decide they like it, and play it over and over and over again.… Continue reading

5 Beauty Tips For Teenage Girls: Fact Verses Fiction

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Author: Barisa Wyse Some of the popular beauty tips for teenage girls are not based on any factual evidence but rather hearsay passed down from one generation to another. Often it is the… Continue reading

Tips For Finding Designer Kids Clothing For Little Girls At A Discount Price

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Do you have a little girl? Girls love dressing up, don’t they? There is so much beautiful designer clothing for kids on the market today. We admit, some of these clothes can be… Continue reading

Does Your Teen Post Selfies? Here are a few things you need to know!

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By Tammy Potosky You may have noticed the big thing now is taking “selfies”. This is when you take a picture of yourself and share it with others whether on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram,… Continue reading

5 Things Teen Girls Need to Know

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By Megna Murali I was a teenager not so long ago and I marvel at how much I have changed since those confusing years. My own experiences as a teenager, and how I… Continue reading

Vocabulary-Building a Major Benefit of Reading to Children

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By Allison Bell Bern, SchoolReady Vocabulary is becoming a hot topic. Schools are focusing their discussions about how to teach it to students, and more and more parents are coming to understand the… Continue reading

Senia Writes 3 Amazing Poems for National Poetry Month

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How to Prevent Gun Accidents Involving Children

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By Preston Rezaee Whether you’re for strict gun control or strict Second Amendment interpretation, the fact remains that 40% to 45% of homes in America have a firearm. Between 17% and 19% of… Continue reading

Tired Of The Designs On Your Shirts Cracking? Here’s The Solution!

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Custom designed t-shirts can help you really step it up for your game, party or event. With online designing, you name it they can put it on there! But what good is a… Continue reading

How to Put Love Center Stage When Your Kid Comes Out As LGBTQ

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By Susan Berland In recent months LGBTQ kids from the streets of Russia to communities around the world have seen a country arresting its own citizens for being gay. In Uganda a law… Continue reading

April is Child Abuse Prevention Month – Get Involved!‏

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April’s arrival brings with it the potential for many wonderful memories with the children you love. Winter melts away to the blossom of spring, the Easter bunny brings eggs and candy for kids… Continue reading

Signs Your Child Is Ready for a Cell Phone

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By Kat Featherton It is a big deal for a child to get a cell phone, no matter how old they are. Since cell phones can be expensive, it’s important for parents to… Continue reading

The Anti-Feminist Message Girls’ Toys Send

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By Neveen Gohar “Children learn through play” is a sentence that every parent, psychologist and daycare center owner has said and heard repeatedly for many years. One of the issues that still exist… Continue reading

Separate But Equal – At Home

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Growing up, there were very clear gender roles in my parent’s home. My mom was in charge of all the household chores (or making sure we children did our share) and my father… Continue reading

Preteens and Their First Bras

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Author: Jenny Dixon Prеtееn оr tееn brаѕ аrе knоwn bу ѕеvеrаl dіffеrеnt nаmеѕ. At tіmеѕ thеу аrе саllеd trаіnіng brаѕ, ѕtаrtеr brаѕ, fіrѕt brаѕ аnd ѕоmеtіmеѕ brаlеtѕ оr рrеtееn brаѕ. Uѕuаllу уоung gіrlѕ… Continue reading