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The Cunningham Family: around here: week 7 2020 – Parenting Twins Article

{February 9 – February 15} Avoiding… the grocery store with what Josh called top level avoidance skills (thankyouverymuch) by spending Sunday making tortillas, banana bread and homemade bread, all from scratch, simply so I wouldn’t have to go to the grocery store until Monday.  Haha!Reading… Long Bright River, Terilingua Teacher and Wait Till Helen Comes.  I’m listening to Long Bright River on audio, and it is captivating.  It reminds me of the latest season (Season 20) of Intervention that I…

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Disruptive behavior problems: 12 evidence-based tips – Parents Article

© 2016 – 2020 Gwen Dewar, Ph.D., all rights reserved Psychologists call them “externalizing” behaviors — acts of disruption, aggression, defiance, or anti-social intent. Just about every parent has to cope with them at some point, particularly during the toddler years. Young children are still developing the ability to regulate their emotions and impulses, and need to learn what is expected of them. Research suggests that more than two-thirds of American preschoolers experience temper tantrums (Wakshlag et al 2014). But…

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How to Embrace Midlife With Joy! – The Real Chic Life – Single Mum, Parents Article

As someone who never shies away from my age, you have heard plenty from me about all things over 40. I have shared before that even when I was in my twenties 40 sounded glamorous and complete, but that was it for me. I never really thought about what my life would be like after 40. I am not sure if that was just based on having my own 20 year old vision goggles that didn’t fully see the full…

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A Night at the Museum for Voices for CASA Children – Foster Parents Article

Arians Family Foundation to Host A Night at the Museum to Support Voices for CASA Children. The Arians Family Foundation will host “A Night at the Museum” on Feb. 22 at 6:30 p.m. at the Chandler Museum. All proceeds from the event will benefit the foundation which supports Voices for CASA Children, a nonprofit organization that provides CASA volunteers (Court Appointed Special Advocates) for children navigating the foster care system. This is only a snippet of a Foster Parents Article written…

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Friday Favs 2/21/20 – Foster Parents Article

Favorite Moment: Watching Theo and Tera make this Valentine box together was a highlight of the week for us all! Theo is the more creative parent, so he had fun making Tera’s unicorn Valentine box dreams come alive. I know… This is only a snippet of a Foster Parents Article written by sdevalve@cedarville.edu Read Full Parenting Article

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Foster to Adopt in Red Bluff CA – Foster Parents Article

The main goal of the foster care system is to reunite children with their biological families. This is seen as the desired outcome, yet it is only possible in roughly half of all cases. For the other half, adoption is seen as another positive outcome, as the child can be permanently added to a loving family. If you are interested in the possibility of foster to adopt in Red Bluff CA, it’s important to know what the system looks like…

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Foster care role needs a greater degree of clarification – Foster Parents Article

Foster carers will be aware that this is #CareDay20 – a special day celebrating the achievements of care experienced people the world over. It is true, many such children and young people have accomplished great things in life. It is equally true that many foster children do not reach their full potential. This is no reflection on the incredible work done by the country’s foster carers. It reveals just how disadvantaged children coming into the care system usually are. Most…

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Signs And Symptoms of Depression Women May Ignore When Going Through Divorce – Single Mum, Parents Article

    We all rush to the doctor when we come down with a physical ailment. For some reason, though we make excuses or ignore signs that point to something being off-kilter mentally. The stigma attached to “mental illness,” results in unneeded suffering. We can admit when we have a physical illness but share the fact we are suffering from depression? No way! Women, Divorce, and Depression Below are a few facts about depression: Depression is a serious medical illness;…

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When ‘Sorry’ is a Bad Word – Parents Article

“Sorry” isn’t a word we typically think about critically. After all, it’s used as either a harmless courtesy or a heartfelt gesture of penitence by most of us. For young girls, however, the habit of apologizing too often can become harmful. Think, for example, of the young woman who prefaces her opinions with the words “Sorry, but…”  Or the girl who seldom expresses her views without saying, “I could be wrong…” beforehand. In my experience, this form of apologetic behaviour…

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Give Your Goals a Punch – Single Dad, Parents Article

By: Coach, on February 21, 2020 Yes, a real punch! Many gyms across the country have some form of heavy bag or punching bag. Many of us ignore them either from nervousness or from not knowing how it could help us. If you are worried about using a bag in public, they are carried by most sporting good chains and priced affordably. Here are some benefits you should know. High IntensityIf you have been using HIIT workouts in your exercise,…

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