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Teens Attack After Being Told They Were Too Big For McDonald’s PlayPlace

Teenage girls were recently accused of destroying equipment at a Moreno Valley, Calif., McDonald’s after employees and parents asked them to leave the children’s play area. The teen girls were playing inside the PlayPlace of the McDonalds when one of the parents asked them to leave because she feared their rough play would harm her 2-year-old and her 5-year-old who ...

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What We Can Learn From Ancient Women

Modern science and marketing have made beauty and anti-aging products a multi-billion dollar industry. But eons before “cosmeceuticals” and medi-spas came into fashion, the ancient world had its share of ancient beauties with their own natural and effective beauty secrets. Egyptian Queens Nefertiti and Cleopatra were known to use aloe vera as an important part of their beauty regimen. Medical ...

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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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Don’t Forget to Reward Yourself in 2019

As a mom, and/or a business owner or manager, you recognize the value of rewarding both your kids, and your people for a job well done. Giving credit where credit is due, shows your appreciation, boosts morale, and generally encourages loyalty and happy employees. However, many of us – especially moms — forget another very important person to reward – ...

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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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Overcoming The Fear Of Moving Forward After Divorce

When you have lived with another person for years, it will become almost unfathomable to think of living your life alone. Unfortunately, this is the case for most of us who find ourselves separate from the life we once knew. If you are newly separated from your spouse and you can’t imagine how you can ever pick up the pieces ...

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How To Keep Kids Entertained While Traveling

“Are we there yet – are we there yet — are we there yet…?” What parent is not familiar with this ever-present anthem of the family road trip? It seems like kids from tots to teens know how to use this phrase to irritating proportions! Keeping a kid quiet and entertained on an airplane for a few hours can be ...

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College Students Using Sex To Pay For Their Education

What would you do if you wanted your college degree but didn’t have enough money to pay for it? Would you sell your house in order to meet those high tuition costs? Would you work three jobs to pay for your living expenses? Well, those questions are now being answered by college students in ways you just wouldn’t believe. Recent ...

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