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  • My 3-Year-Old Son Wants To Be Cinderella!
    17 May 2016

    Our playgroup of preschoolers recently attended a production of “Cinderella.” All the children were enamored with the costumes, music and beauty of the play. Since that day, my three-year-old son […]

  • How To Raise a Child of Character
    17 May 2016

    How many of you think there are many children that struggle with communicating their needs, thoughts and feelings with words and instead are physically impulsive? Whether you have noticed this […]

  • Infant Feeding Methods and Maternal Sleep and Sleepiness
    17 May 2016

    The choice to breastfeed an infant is intensely personal. Yet because of the well established health and psychological benefits of breastfeeding for both the mother and infant, it has also […]

  • Tips for Successful Toilet Training
    17 May 2016

    Few issues in child-rearing create as much anxiety for mothers and fathers as toilet training. And few issues generate as much advice — both solicited and unsolicited — from family, […]

  • Teens and Porn
    17 May 2016

    One of the mistakes parents make when they learn their teenage son has been viewing pornography sites on his computer is to punish him by taking away his computer. This […]

  • Parenting after Traumatic Events: Ways to Support Children
    17 May 2016

    One of the most important messages for parents about traumatic experiences—such as car accidents, medical trauma, exposure to violence, disasters—that may impact them and their children is that while children […]

  • Texting, Sexting… What’s Next?
    17 May 2016

    A mother with her three teenage daughters sat in my office the other day. Two of the girls were there for sick visits. The third sister was just along for […]