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Say Hello To America’s Youngest Lawmaker

Although West Virginia House of Delegates member Caleb Hanna is just 19-years old, he’s already become someone to watch as the future of the Republican Party. The young charismatic African American legislator appeared on Fox & Friends to outline his unique proposal to help fund the president’s border wall — which is donating $10 million of his states’ surplus to ...

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How to Say “Yes” to Saying No

There’s a great kids song that has just 3 words—yes, no, and maybe. A whole stanza of only “yesses” begins the song. “Yesses” are blessings, winnings. Yes is music to the ears. The sound of angels and the so-called Lost Chord are all bound up in that simple, beautiful one syllable – “YES.” When kids begin their lives, like the ...

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How Stop Your Kids From F***ing Swearing!

If someone yells “Fire!” who doesn’t pick up and run for their life. Despite what our moms told us about “sticks and stones” we know words have power. They can grab at your stomach, make your skin crawl, or make you jump into action. Words can be “good” and words can be “bad,” and it seems that our young ones, ...

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Teacher Fired After Forcing Black Students To Enact Slavery

The New York Post recently reported the firing of a white Bronx teacher who had her black students lie on the floor while she stepped on their backs to enact what went on during slavery. It was 37-year-old Patricia Cummings that felt she was being mistreated after her actions led to her being fired for insensitivity. Students and their parents ...

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Making Babies No Longer a Priority in America

A new government study finds that Americans aren’t making babies as rapidly as past generations. And while researches didn’t offer any one reason as to the decline, the startling facts are that if this trend continues, we’ll actually have fewer babies to replace ourselves. Researchers for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention stated that in order for the population ...

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Are We Diagnosing ADHD Too Young?

I was at my therapist’s office the other day (Why? Because it’s 2019 and doesn’t everybody have a psychiatrist or psychologist?) and as my doctor and I were closing the end of our session, he asked a final question. This man has been my therapist for a while now and knows basic details about me like where I’m from, that ...

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When You Have Nothing In Common With Your Child

Ideally, parents want their children to be similar (if not better) versions of themselves. We’ve “been around the block” so to speak and have learned a lot of lessons, developed a lot of characteristics and acquired a lot of hobbies and skills that we want to pass on to our offspring. We do this not just because we think we ...

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Stop Intervening In Your Kids’ Altercations

A typical play date or day at the playground with my 3-year-old usually transpires something like this: My son finds a kid near his own age to play with. The two toddlers (being largely unaware of their physical prowess and equally stubbornness) end up getting into a tiff regarding whose turn it is to go on the slide or who ...

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Parents Need to Embrace Their Kid’s Passions

“Would’ve, Should’ve, Could’ve.” If I want one thing for my child, I think it is that she grows up and looks back at her life with no regrets. We all know the parents that say “if only I had, done ‘so and so’ when I was younger, how different my life would be.” There are two problems with parents like ...

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