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Father Knows Best

Fourteen “Pocket Truths” Our Dads Taught Us Father’s Day is the perfect time to remember the life-shaping wisdom and advice we received from our fathers and father figures. Father’s Day is almost here, and dads across the country will soon be celebrated by their families with cookouts, cards, and gifts […]

Happy Father’s Day (and Every Other Day, Too)!:
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Happy Father’s Day (and Every Other Day, Too)!:

Seven Ways to Focus on Fatherhood and Live Your Happiest Life Right Now Father’s Day is a time to celebrate the relationships fathers have with their children. Todd Patkin offers doable tips to help dads start building even happier and more fulfilling relationships with their kids—starting now! Of course, Father’s […]

What My Husband Has Taught Me About Fatherhood
Parenting

What My Husband Has Taught Me About Fatherhood

Growing up, I believed that not having a father didn’t affect me one way or another. But it wasn’t until I married him and he became a father to our children that I felt the full impact of my father’s role in my life. I chose him for many reasons: […]

The Lazy, Hazy…Anxious? Days of Summer
Parenting

The Lazy, Hazy…Anxious? Days of Summer

What Every Parent Should Know Before Sending Kids to Summer Camp For many children, the prospect of leaving home for a day, a week, or more can be more distressing than it is exciting. That’s why Todd Patkin says it’s crucial for parents to know the basics of alleviating separation […]

Teenagers Challenged by Shriver/Schwarzenegger Divorce
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Teenagers Challenged by Shriver/Schwarzenegger Divorce

By Rosalind Sedacca, CCT Imagine going through your divorce with billions of people around the world following your every move. That’s the reality Maria Shriver and Arnold Schwarzenegger are facing as they explore the options that lie ahead for their family. For the Child-Centered Divorce community, this very public marital […]

MATERNAL AUTHORITY: THE POLITICS OF MAKING PEOPLE
Parenting / women

MATERNAL AUTHORITY: THE POLITICS OF MAKING PEOPLE

by Heather Blanco If the idea of a 14 Trillion dollar United States national debt is not already mind-blowing, just think about the number of American workers needed to pay down the bill. American women are not having children at the rate they once did. Anyone considering the mathematical implications […]

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