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Tips On Being a Good Parent After a Messy Divorce

Going through a messy divorce can take a lot out of you and your spouse but you cannot take any of your anger, frustration or resentment out on your children. Remember that the children had nothing to do with the problems that cropped up between you and your spouse...

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The Effects of Divorce on Children Today

In this article, we talk about the effects of divorce on children. Divorce can be a stressful time for anyone--and the aftermath can be just as traumatic as children are shuffled back and forth between parents all the while missing one parent or another. Essentially,...

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Having Fun with Your Kids in the Winter

Having fun with your kids in the winter It is cold and there is a lot of snow on the ground, but having fun is still possible with your kids! Here are some ideas! Play board or video games together--come on, it is time you introduce them to some of your all-time...

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Effective Everyday Parental Strategies

If you are a parent, you want to be the best parent possible and respond appropriately to behavioral problems, so here are some parental strategies. Parental Strategies The following are seven evidence-based strategies: examined parenting strategies were the end...

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Income Tax Considerations for Single Parents

With income tax season officially in full swing, single parents notice that the IRS lets them claim various child deductions, exemptions and credits. NHPSC has compiled a list of some of the most important things that single parents should consider when completing...

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Considerations When Applying For A Child Passport

With the time for spring break quickly approaching, many parents are starting to plan family vacations and beginning to wonder how they can go about obtaining a child passport, especially in cases where the parents are separated. Since your family vacation should be a...

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Fight Off Seasonal Depression As A Family

As we continue to get deeper into the winter months, you may notice that seasonal depression is impacting your family and marriage. The decreased amount of light, warmth and outdoor colors can lead to  seasonal affective disorders, which affects up to twenty percent...

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