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Oh Hello, Hives. We Weren’t Expecting You.
From dust and must to pollen, mosquitos, and plants, summertime calls for Benadryl.
I Was 30 Weeks Pregnant When Doctors Told Me I Had Breast Cancer
I wasn't prepared for the moment I found out I had breast cancer, especially since I was 36 - and 30 weeks pregnant.
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The "Homework" You Should Be Working On Over The Break
This is a bigger predictor of success in life than academic or SAT scores.
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Changing the Toilet Roll Can Lead to a Better World
Not changing the roll is the ultimate I-am-only-here-to-serve-myself message.
It’s Important that You Let Your Kids See You Upset
I think our inner voices sometimes tell us that it’s our job to shelter our children from our emotions, except feelings of joy and pride.
Heather M. Jones
Five Suggestions to Helping Your Child Open Up
What to do and how to react when your child experiences something rough and keep communication open.
Raising a Child With Autism: What I've Learned So Far
It's hard to believe it's been almost four year since autism entered my life - and it's not leaving, ever.
Julie M Green
A to Z of Taming Tantrums: E is for Empathy
Being able to empathize with our children when they are upset helps everyone self-regulate. Here's how to do that.
It Was Only a Gold Star But it Meant the World
For one day I allowed myself to bask in the glow of this small thing my son had done right, instead of steeling myself against all the things he'd hadn't.
Julie M Green
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