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Reliving My Birth Trauma At A Birth Celebration
Barely able to choke out the reading through my tears, I was mortified at having allowed the baggage of my birth to enter this sacred space.
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Kid-tested and dietitian-approved snacks and recipes to keep your kids nourished through the sunny days of summer.
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Spring Cleaning My Parenting - Why I Refuse to Dwell on My Mistakes
I have decided that I do not want to waste so much time convincing myself that I am the world’s worst mother.
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Humiliating Your Kids is Not a Valid Punishment
When an Ohio dad's 10 year-old daughter was suspended from the school bus after a second instance of bullying, he decided she needed to learn a lesson.
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The Four R’s of Correcting A Child
What do you do when you have to correct a child because it is necessary, as in the case of a special needs or speech issues? This.
What I've Learned About Balancing Expectations and Good Behaviour
We’re trying to set the bar a little higher. At the same time, we’re trying to reconcile ourselves with the idea that this might be as good as it gets.
You Don't Agree With Your Child's Teacher? You Need to Speak Up.
When is it time to challenge the teacher about what is going on in your child's class?
Is Suspending Kids from School Something that Actually Works?
Every child deserves to feel safe and welcome in their school. But what about when behaviour of other students threatens that safety?
Why We're Putting the Brakes on Having "Timeouts"
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