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  • Stop Bullying
    Eight ways parents can prevent their children from becoming bullies
    Bullying has been an important subject in the news over the past few years as there have been some serious and extreme consequences for many families; some resulting in suicideor suicide attempts. Anti-bullying campaigns are in full-force and...
  • Naomi in her basket
    Parenting struggles: teaching your child discipline
    Do you ever say one thing to your child, and then change your mind? Is that a good thing or a bad thing? On the one hand, its not so good because the child learns that she can manipulate you. On the other hand, its not so bad because it means you...
  •  Follow-up to FLDOE presentation in Martin County:  The Perfect Brainstorm in 3-D
    Follow-up to FLDOE presentation in Martin County: The Perfect Brainstorm in 3-D
    Previously billed as a "must see and participate in for Martin County", The Perfect Brainstorm in 3-D debuted at Martin County High School in Stuart on Monday, August 15 to an audience of approximately 100-125 parents and community...
  • Happy child
    Divorce: You and your children
    Divorce and family separation happens for various reasons and no matter what the reason, it’s always hard on the family. Where there are children involved, the process it’s even harder, because children see it much differently than...
  • Role of Parental Occupation in Autism
    Role of Parental Occupation in Autism Diagnosis and Severity
    Children of fathers in healthcare and finance have greater risk of having offspring with ASD while children of parents with technical occupations exhibit greater ASD severity, according to researchers at The University of Texas Health Science...
  • Graduation3
    Moving home after college part three; the costs of moving home
    “I know your father says he’s not going to charge you any rent, but you should still kick him $100 every month,” a class/lab mate and good friend who will be referred to as Gary told me in my last days at the University of...
  • Senior citizens are especially appealing targets for criminals
    Senior citizens are especially appealing targets for criminals
    Criminals prefer to victimize people who are easy targets. The elderly are easy targets for criminals because they:Have diminished eyesight and weakened hearing, both of which makes them easier to surprise.Have slow reactions and weak muscles,...
  • What every parent should say to their child before they leave the nest
    What every parent should say to their children before they leave the nest
    There's a certain comradery shared between parents who have managed to accomplish the task of raising their child well enough to see the day they have to say goodbye and send them off into the world. That day may come when sending them off to...
  • Teaching
    The dancer's responsibility outside of the studio
    As a dance teacher, I can sometimes get frustrated with the progress of my students. I think back to when I was a student and I knew I could not show up to the next rehearsal or class without having achieved the steps I may have struggled with in...
  • Back to school made easy for students
    Back to school made easy for students
    Back to school can be a scary time for students with new classes, new students, new teachers, new schedules and sometimes even a new building. Students, remember you are not alone. Here are some tips to make going back to school easier.Make sure...
  • "Hear This Well: Breaking The Silence on Vaccine Violence" campaign
    "Here is my data. Here is my statistic. He is a real child, a life..."
    In a recent, public Facebook post, mother Jessica Fithen posted a photo of her son with the following statement:"So, I finally cried tonight. It's taken a few days to sink in. I've gone from white hot anger, to disbelief, to complete...
  • CDC denies autistic children a voice, parents demand they be heard
    CDC denies autistic children a voice, parents demand they be heard
    CNN's Elizabeth Cohen recently made a televised statement saying that,"some people don't hear this well- vaccines do not cause autism,"and, in response, parents who believe that their child suffers from vaccine-induced autism or...
  • Back to school made easy for parents
    Back to school made easy for parents
    Turning what could be frenzied school daze into happy school days for you and your children can be fun and easy. Long summer days are getting shorter, Labor Day is here and autumn is around the corner. That means it must be Back to School time....
  • Tax credits for parents
    Tax saving credits and deductions for parents in 2014, 2015
    When the 2015 tax season comes around it is important to make sure that you are claiming all of the tax benefits that you are eligible for. Busy parents usually do not have much time to do the research to find out about all of the tax credits and...
  • Parents must protect their latchkey children from criminals
    Parents must protect their latchkey children from criminals
    Since “latchkey” children finish school before their parents finish work, the children arrive home before their working parents arrive home. If both parents are working outside of the home, the children are home alone until their...