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What is wrong with my teen?: How to better understand adolescent changes to avoid becoming the ENEMY.

 What is wrong with my teen!: How to better understand adolescent changes and avoid becoming the ENEMY.   Hello all! Thank you for visiting my blog. This blog was a highly requested blog. It is about something we have all … Continue reading

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HAPPY MOTHER…SAD WOMAN

Postpartum depression is real. Learn how common it is and what you can do.
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Why are you doing that to your child?!! Do not confuse them!

This blog we explore the possible benefits and disadvantages of raising a bilingual child. Continue reading

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The hand or the chair: What science says about physical punishment and time-outs.

  Do you want pow pow? You wan’t me to spank you? To hit, or not to hit… Am I choosing right? Today’s parents go far and beyond to care for and protect their children, using methods not considered even … Continue reading

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