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Age Regression During Child Development Stages: How Do I Deal with My Child Regressing and “Acting Like a Baby
Age Regression During Child Development Stages: How Do I Deal with My Child Regressing and “Acting Like a Baby

Jessica’s four-year-old just doesn’t seem to want to grow up. At daycare, he will go into the infant area and ask for a bottle. The other children... Read More ...

Dealing with Toddler’s Separation Anxiety: How Do I Get My Toddlers to Stop Their Pacifier Use
Dealing with Toddler’s Separation Anxiety: How Do I Get My Toddlers to Stop Their Pacifier Use

Rhonda took her son in to the dentist for his annual exam and afterward the dentist brought her into the room to show her that her son was developing an... Read More ...

How Do I Get My Picky Eaters to Try New Foods?
How Do I Get My Picky Eaters to Try New Foods?

  After an exhausting and repetitive week, Erin finally makes it home late Friday night. Wanting a change, she decides to fix something new for dinner.... Read More ...

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What Can Be Done When There is A Bad Role Model Within Sibling Relationships or Among Peers?
What Can Be Done When There is A Bad Role Model Within Sibling Relationships or Among Peers?

Debbie’s thirteen-year-old, Darren, is a poor behavior example for her younger children. She is constantly telling Darren to keep his hands to himself... Read More ...

Children and Divorce:  How Do You Ease A Teen’s Resistance to Divorce and Remarriage?
Children and Divorce: How Do You Ease A Teen’s Resistance to Divorce and Remarriage?

Brad’s fiancé, Rebecca is 40 and he is 46. Brad is divorced without kids and Rebecca has a fourteen-year-old son from a prior marriage. When they moved... Read More ...

Teen Dating: When Does Puppy Love Become More Serious?
Teen Dating: When Does Puppy Love Become More Serious?

While doing the laundry, Kelly discovers a folded up note in the pocket of her thirteen year old daughter’s jeans. She unfolds it and sees that it’s... Read More ...

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How Do You Respond When Your Child Presents You With a Report on Best Family Dogs and Begs for a Pet?
How Do You Respond When Your Child Presents You With a Report on Best Family Dogs and Begs for a Pet?

Jessica’s daughter, Lucy has been begging to get a pet. Lucy has spent time researching “best family dogs” and “best dogs for children” on the... Read More ...

Your Child’s First Crush: Is it Puppy Love?
Your Child’s First Crush: Is it Puppy Love?

Susan is shocked as she picks up her seven-year-old daughter at school and sees her holding hands with a boy. “Who was that?” Susan asks her daughter... Read More ...

How Can My Family Get Back Into The School Routine Successfully?
How Can My Family Get Back Into The School Routine Successfully?

Come on, admit it. You intended to keep a schedule this summer, but when the kids slept in you liked the extra quiet time. Then the daylight lasted so... Read More ...

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How Can Stay At Home Moms Dealing With Loneliness Create Their Own Support Systems?
How Can Stay At Home Moms Dealing With Loneliness Create Their Own Support Systems?

Tonya is among the ranks of stay-at-home moms.  She thinks it is important to be the primary caregiver for her child throughout the early years. Although... Read More ...

Are You Parenting Adult Children Living At Home Getting Ready To Leave The Nest Or Finding Yourself Parenting Adult Children Living At Home Again?
Are You Parenting Adult Children Living At Home Getting Ready To Leave The Nest Or Finding Yourself Parenting Adult Children Living At Home Again?

When your youngest child turned 18, you thought you were done raising children. Although your 18 year old has gone away to college, your 19 year old tried... Read More ...

Whether Parenting Adult Children Living At Home Again Or Living On Their Own, How Can Parents And Adult Children Work Out Problems Respectfully?
Whether Parenting Adult Children Living At Home Again Or Living On Their Own, How Can Parents And Adult Children Work Out Problems Respectfully?

Your children have entered adulthood. You thought they were old enough to make decisions for themselves. But when you see poor decisions being made, you... Read More ...

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How Do You Respond To Passive Aggressive Behavior? Tips For Dealing With Difficult People

Your mother-in-law suggested doing a gift exchange this year, at her house. Her instructions we were to give gifts only to the person whose name you drew.... Read More ...

Effective Communication Skills: How Can I Use Verbal and Nonverbal Communication Skills To Talk So Children Listen?

Effective Communication Skills:  How Can I Use Verbal and Nonverbal Communication Skills To Talk So Children Listen?   Jennifer has 3 children ages... Read More ...

How Do You Teach Effective Communication Skills To Your Children?
How Do You Teach Effective Communication Skills To Your Children?

“How was your day?” Rebecca asked her twelve-year-old when he came home from school. “Ok,” he responds. “Did you learn anything new today?”... Read More ...

Effective Problem Solving Strategies:  How Do You Teach Children To Responsibly Solve Their Own Problems?
Effective Problem Solving Strategies: How Do You Teach Children To Responsibly Solve Their Own Problems?

“I don’t know what’s up with my friends lately.  It seems they never have time to hang out and do anything I think will be fun,” David complains... Read More ...

Child Development Stages: Is it the Terrible Twos or the Demands of a Spoiled Brat?
Child Development Stages: Is it the Terrible Twos or the Demands of a Spoiled Brat?

“I want more juice!” demands Eric, Ashley’s four-year-old son, from the dinner table. Ashley politely replies, “Please don’t talk to me like... Read More ...

Can Terrible Twos Defiance Be Avoided?
Can Terrible Twos Defiance Be Avoided?

Karen is so annoyed.  Her 2-year old daughter, Tina, is constantly telling her “no!” or becomes defiant and refuses to cooperate with even small requests... Read More ...

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