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Monthly Archives: April 2020

Dealing With Nightmares During the Coronavirus Outbreak

With all of the fears and anxieties caused by COVID-19, now more than ever your children could be experiencing nightmares. Your kids could be having specific bad dreams about themselves, you, or other family members coming down with the virus, or just increased nightmares about other “monsters” and such, which could be spawned by the increased tension and anxiety that ...

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Teach Your Kids How NOT to Succeed?

It has been said that a person’s character is not defined by their success, but more in the way they handle failure. Not performing well or accomplishing something right away can take its toll on one’s ego. Failure can feel embarrassing, belittling, or frustrating. But it shouldn’t because all failure really means is that you had the balls to try ...

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The US Is Under Attack By Globalist Vaccine Pushers

The U.S. has been under attack in 2020 by deceptive organizations that include the Communist Chinese and, apparently, the World Health Organization (WHO). Based on their reports and recommendations on how to deal with the declared Wuhan coronavirus pandemic, President Trump issued a national emergency order on March 13, 2020. Governors across the nation flexed the extraordinary new powers granted ...

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Parents Need to Beware of These Apps!

Like it or not, thanks to COVID-19 quarantines, your kids are probably spending more time on their phones and computers than ever before. Kids need to be online, not only for remote learning but to maintain contact with their friends. But, now more than ever, it is urgent that parents are aware of what their kids are doing in the ...

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How to Be Your Best Pandemic Parent

Let’s face it, being a parent is never easy, and during these trying times, it can seem downright impossible. We are all facing additional pressures right now. The loss of jobs, being stuck at home, and increased responsibilities to maintain health and safety are just the tip of the iceberg. But, even in the worst of times, it is up ...

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The Inherent Dangers of Advanced Technology

As you may already be aware, there are currently 5G towers being placed throughout your community. Although these towers have been thrown up throughout the year, they have recently doubled in their placement while everyone is locked away in their homes…can you say thank you, quarantine? Well, while we are all sitting and waiting on our government to tell us ...

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Getting Your Kids Used to Remote Learning

Many parents already know the pleasures (and pains!) of homeschooling. However, since the stay-at-home orders and school closures that have occurred due to the COVID-19 outbreak, most of us have had to deal with the challenges of remote learning for the first time. Here are seven tips on how to get your kids (and you!) more used to virtual education. ...

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The Art Of The Deal

“Let’s make a deal,” says my 4-year-old as he sits down at the dinner table. “I’ll eat 3 carrots, 5 bites of rice, and all my chicken if I can have ice cream later.” I consider his proposal and counter with my own. “I’m going to amend your deal. If you eat ALL of you carrots, 7 bites of rice, ...

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Things That Go Bump In The Night

Virtually, everyone can remember a time in their childhood when they were scared of monsters, or ghosts, or vampires, or anything that goes thump in the night. And if you have children, then you probably have dealt with them going through a similar fear that resulted in them crying and begging to be rescued from whatever evil lurks in the ...

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