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Navigating The New Normal: Your Resource Guide to Managing Today

With this ever changing situation, we want to be there for all of our moms and readers to provide you with resources to get you through the COVID-19 pandemic. This is definitely an unsettling time filled with a lot of unknown and while we cannot answer all of your questions, we can strive to keep [...]
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A Family Therapist’s Best Tips for Helping the Anxious Child

Anxiety can be debilitating when children have yet to master healthy ways to cope. It strings along a myriad of other childhood problems if left unresolved: depression, attention-deficit, low self-esteem, conduct disorder, and many more. According to ChildMind Institute, a nonprofit organization based in New York, we are dealing with an epidemic in our hands. […]

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T-I-M-E: Simple Steps to let Children Know You Love Them

When it comes to letting children know you love them, you can never go wrong with showing it through action. The more specific expressions you do, the better. Concrete examples help children understand what the experience is all about. Author and speaker Zig Ziglar once said that “Children spell ‘love’ T-I-M-E.” There’s no question that […]

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<strong>Photo Credit</strong>: <em>Sarana Minick</em>, Coach and Team: Pembroke Pines Paranas

Going Beyond Being a “Good Sport”

The conduct of parents at sporting events and practices has changed with times and so has the scrutiny around good sportsmanship. We as parents or guardians have our good days and bad days. In all sports, whether it’s competitive or recreation, aggressive parents are an issue. Parents often fight with coaches and berate kids, their […]

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