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Family Communication Starts with Respect
Communication / Parenting / Relationships

Family Communication Starts with Respect

Jamie knew her family had a problem when she realized most of their fights ended in slamming doors, screaming matches, cussing, and the occasional breaking of someone’s property. At first, Jamie felt angry and helpless. This wasn’t what she’d envisioned when she’d dreamed of starting her own family as a […]

Raising Compassionate Leaders tackles race & diversity issues
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Raising Compassionate Leaders tackles race & diversity issues

Platform launches website & training programs to help parents & children understand culture, diversity, inclusion & more a leading resource for parents to foster dialogue around diversity and inspire children to respect different cultures, interact from an inclusive perspective, and protect themselves and others from harmful “isms” (racism, classism, ableism, […]

4 Organizational Hacks for Pandemic Back-to-School
Communication / Lifestyle / Organizing Tips / Parenting

4 Organizational Hacks for Pandemic Back-to-School

“This back to school season is unlike any other,” says “The Upbeat, Organized Home Office” author Darla DeMorrow. “Parents like you and I are trying to make sense of it all and help our kids the best we can. If you haven’t gotten the memo, we are definitely over perfectionism […]

Child Custody For Moms- Know The Factors That Matters
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Child Custody For Moms- Know The Factors That Matters

Divorce is tough on women and it can be all the more stressful if you have kids and want their custody after the separation. One thing that you should understand is that divorce does not have to affect your parental rights. So it makes sense to know your rights and […]

How to Plan a Backyard Vacation
Lifestyle / Parenting

How to Plan a Backyard Vacation

Make a backyard staycation plan. Put together a gentle schedule with a mixture of activities that your family will enjoy like dining, camping and games. Add a theme for the week, day or evening. A luau theme can be carried through with costumes, food and activities. A sports theme can […]

Family Communication Starts with Respect
Communication / Parenting / Relationships

Family Communication Starts with Respect

Jamie knew her family had a problem when she realized most of their fights ended in slamming doors, screaming matches, cussing, and the occasional breaking of someone’s property. At first, Jamie felt angry and helpless. This wasn’t what she’d envisioned when she’d dreamed of starting her own family as a […]

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