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Moving and Young Children

Moving day. Such excitement! Such distress! An event nearly every family experiences a few times, if not more. The impact on children is as varied as their personalities. But...
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Book Review: I Apologize

Bradley Booth was tormented by survivor’s guilt for five years after the leukemia death of his fiancee. When he fell in love again, the emotional upheaval of these life-changing...
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Keeping the Dream Alive

Presidents’ Day and Martin Luther King, Jr. Day bring to mind the fact that national leaders have the ability to affect the well-being of many, many people. Such commemorations...
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A Birthmom’s Pain

Their name is legion, for they are many, and yet no one knows them. A “legion,” in Biblical terms, was a Roman military platoon of 6,000 men. There are...
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Children Dealing with Grief

When a family member dies, children react differently from adults. Preschool children usually see death as temporary and reversible, a belief reinforced by cartoon characters who die and come...
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The House on Crash Corner

Mostly anecdotal, “The House on Crash Corner,” by Mindy Greenstein, , has a message if you “listen between the lines.” It’s a message on life and death, of understanding,...
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