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Why Kids and Adults ‘Reach’ for This Non-Drug Approach to ADHD and Autism

April is Autism Awareness Month Yoga is well known for its significant mental and physical health benefits, but many people aren’t aware that this is as true for children as it is for adults. What’s even better is that yoga has been proven to be an effective non-drug treatment for ADHD and autism. Interview the […]

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5 NLP Techniques Parents SHOULD Use on Teens

Dealing with moody, back-talking and distant teenagers can be exasperating for parents who often wonder what happened to the sweet little boy or girl they used to have. What can parents do to improve their relationships with teens? Find out when you interview Gaye O’Brien, whose experience as a longtime teacher and neuro linguistic programming […]

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How to Make Your Child Less of a Target for Predators

We live in a scary world today, where we frequently hear stories of children subjected to bullying, physical or mental abuse, kidnapping, or even death. What can parents do to keep their children safe? Interview parenting expert Dr. Heather Harder, who explains how parenting advice has essentially remained unchanged since Dr. Spock’s groundbreaking book in […]

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Why the U.S. is the Most Dangerous Developed Country in the World to Give Birth in

The odds of dying in childbirth in America have doubled in the last 20 years. What are the causes of this shocking trend and what can be done to reverse it? Ask Roanna Rosewood. The author of CUT, STAPLED AND MENDED, she has made it her mission to make birth safer for mothers and babies in this country. Rosewood can explain why our maternity […]

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Are Parents Truly Happier Than Childless Couples?

What are the effects of children on parents? How will raising, nurturing and launching kids put decades of pressure on family and spousal relationships? What about the economic challenges, societal expectations, everyday struggles AND overwhelming joys? Can you be happier childless? How is parenting far different in the 21st century, than in generations past? Explore […]

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How Kids Can Distance Themselves from Negative Social Media

Former Bullied 16-Year-Old Explains Texting, Facebook and social media are hugely popular, but these communication tools are often abused. Today’s bullies use technology to harass their victims and spread malicious rumors any time of day or night. What can kids and teens do if they are targeted by cyberbullies? Ask 16-year-old author Heather Johnson. Heather […]

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This Expert Says Parents Can’t Control Their Children (and Shouldn’t Even Try)

From toddlers constantly screaming, “NO!” to teenagers breaking all the rules, every parent struggles with how to effectively control misbehavior. There are countless theories and parenting “guidebooks,” but it’s hard to know which route to take; even harder when you consider that many common approaches simply don’t produce the desired results, especially in the long […]

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How This Teen Author Triumphed Over Bullies

Hidden Voice We’ve all heard that there’s an epidemic of bullying in America, from NFL locker rooms and school playgrounds to the rise of cyber bullying. How can parents and teachers support kids and teens that are being bullied? Ask 16-year-old author Heather Johnson. Heather had been bullied and teased from kindergarten through fifth grade. […]

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