Apr 13 2014

Introduce The Clean Slate Pass In Your Family

How To Stop Situations From Escalating

by: Sharon DeVellis

Kids and parents can often butt heads. What starts out as a simple request to clean a room or put away clothes, can turn into a power struggle and once a power struggle begins, it can be hard to put an end to it.

You don’t want to back down and your child has dug in his heels and feels he has no other options but to keep digging them in. What’s a parent to do?

Instead of having the situation continue to escalate, introduce the concept of a Clean Slate Pass.

Apr 10 2014

On Buying Twitter Followers and Cheating

A Letter To My Son

by: Sharon DeVellis

Buying Twitter Followers and Cheating

The other night my oldest son asked me how many Twitter followers I had. “About 9,000,” I replied.

His eyes grew big and he responded with a “Wow! You’re, like, famous!”

I needed to nip this one in the bud.

Apr 6 2014

Can Your Doctor Do All This?

An Interview With Kim Foster

by: Sharon DeVellis

The first thing you should know about Dr. Kim Foster is that she is one of the expert writers here at YMC. Her blog, Wicked Health, is informative but down to earth which is exactly how Kim is.

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Sharon has been with YMC since the very beginning and is now the Senior Writer and Creative Director where she maintains the YMC voice and uses her brain power to make YMC better for all of our readers.

She can't teach you how to keep your house clean while balancing a job and motherhood but if you're a mom who's struggling to figure it out, you will probably relate, so welcome.

You can follow Sharon on Twitter: @SharonDV No seriously do it. She's funny on Twitter. Sometimes.

You can also visit her at: Speed Skating Mom: On The Slow Track To Becoming Fast

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