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    The Birds and the Bees: Talking to Young Teens About Sex
    How did you learn about sex? My husband tells about coming home from school one day to find a book about "reproduction" (not sex) on his bed. Nothing was ever said about it. I, on the other hand, am part of a whole generation of girls who learned about menstruation and the mechanics of making and having babies from a movie shown after school "for girls only." Little was said at my house beyond some hemming and hawing about whether I should go to the film. Friends of mine learned what little they knew from friends, some of whom had more enlightened parents, but most of whom had equally ignorant friends. Is it any wonder that most of us were more than a little confused? - 22-Dec-2003 - Hits: 1320 - Rate This | Details
    AdoptHelp is a leading US adoption center specializing in newborn baby adoptions. They offer separate programs and a wide range of services for both birth parents and adoptive families. - 28-Mar-2016 - Hits: 178 - Rate This | Details Top Rated
    Need expert parenting advice or parenting tips? Parenting help, or answers to parenting problems and questions?
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    Wish you could find a child psychologist to make a house call, and save the time and expense of visiting one in person just to ask a single question?
    Click here to solve those issues! - 10-May-2002 - Hits: 923 - Rate This | Details
    At-Risk has been compiled as a resource for parents and the general public in search of information about at-risk youth. This site will present you with information and articles about helping at-risk youth.

    Over the past decade, more and more attention has been given to the issues associated with at-risk youth, including youth crime, violence, sex, substance abuse, poor academic performance, etc. Research shows that at-risk youth struggle with complex issues and scenarios that are brought on by peers, mentors, family members and difficult social environments. The increased complexity of today’s at-risk youth has forced parents and federal agencies to work together to find solutions. There has been growing interest in community-based efforts that help to educate and direct at-risk youth and families to a variety of helpful services. - 21-Jan-2005 - Hits: 745 - Rate This | Details
    Written by a licensed psychologist, BabyShrink focuses on the critical first years of life with baby. Based on research and the practical experience of a psychologist and mother of four young children, this parenting support website answers questions online and posts items of interest to parents. - 11-Jun-2010 - Hits: 493 - Rate This | Details
    Braiby is a free online early childhood education platform focused on development of math, science, language and art skills. It's been designed as a holistic platform containing sensory-based activities for early childhood development, starting from day one of your baby's life. - 16-Jun-2017 - Hits: 28 - Rate This | Details
    Bullying Online Top Rated
    Bullying Online is a UK charity helping parents and pupils deal with school bullying. There are 30 sections on the site giving practical advice and personal advice is given by email. A helpful resource for any parent or child who needs some help with this issue. - 28-Aug-2003 - Hits: 610 - Rate This | Details
    Child Advocate Top Rated
    Addresses mental disorders, behavioral disorders, child abuse, trauma, disaster and advocacy issues. Provides information including child mental health news, topics and research results about disorders including Bipolar Disorder, ADHD, Autism, Schizophrenia and Eating Disorders. Serves the needs of children, families and professionals. - 12-Sep-2000 - Hits: 1006 - Rate This | Details
    Child and Adolescent Mental Health Top Rated
    A UK child and adolescent mental health (CAMH) resource and discussion forum for parents, young people and professionals. Contains information for young people on bullying, psychosis, depression, substance abuse, ADHD, autism, eating disorders and OCD. This online resource also provides links to relevant books for both young people and professionals. - 13-Oct-2003 - Hits: 1073 - Rate This | Details
    Child Welfare Information Gateway
    Child Welfare Information Gateway promotes the safety, permanency, and well-being of children, youth, and families by connecting child welfare, adoption, and related professionals as well as the public to information, resources, and tools covering topics on child welfare, child abuse and neglect, out-of-home care, adoption, and more.

    A service of the Children's Bureau, Administration for Children and Families, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, they provide access to print and electronic publications, websites, databases, and online learning tools for improving child welfare practice, including resources that can be shared with families. - 5-Oct-2006 - Hits: 429 - Rate This | Details
    Childs Work
    Childswork/Childsplay is a brand that provides products for the teaching and counseling of special needs and emotionally troubled kids and teens. The full product line includes games, books and multimedia tools. - 26-Mar-2015 - Hits: 273 - Rate This | Details
    Coping Skills for Kids and Brain Works Project
    This free and open-source learning website introduces pre-teens, their parents and teachers to brain-based coping skills lessons, activities and resources. It includes both individual exercises, quizzes and interactive features as well as suggestions for classroom or home learning projects. A free Brain Works & Coping Kids e-newsletter is available for website visitors wishing updates, news, exemplary school and home learning projects, interviews and research on brain-based coping skills. This is a "preparation for adolescence" project based on over five years of classroom evaluated demonstrations with over 500 4th through 6th graders. - 5-Mar-2008 - Hits: 638 - Rate This | Details Top Rated
    Alan Greene, M.D., provides thorough answers to pediatric and childhood questions. Topics include bed-wetting, ear infections, eating/nutrition, potty training and sleeping. This is a great site for parents learning about their child, newborn or infant from a recognized expert in childhood and pediatric health care. - 13-Jan-2002 - Hits: 937 - Rate This | Details
    Experience Journal: Pediatric Depression
    The Experience Journal, developed by Drs. DeMaso and Joseph Gonzalez-Heydrich, is an online collection of stories from children, parents, siblings and health care providers on what it is like to live with specific emotional and physical illnesses. With pictures, narratives, and short movies, the Journal is an evolving, online community.

    Designed for individuals looking for insights from other people who have been in situations similar to their own, the Experience Journal serves patients and families. "In the rush to care for the needs of ill youngsters, the impact of their conditions on their families, and even their caregivers, is often forgotten." says Dr. DeMaso. "Given the millions of children facing chronic illness, promoting successful coping is of vital public health importance." The Experience Journal contains five forums on childhood depression, pediatric heart disease, organ transplantation, inflammatory bowel disease, and pediatric obesity. Journals on ADHD, asthma, deafness and hearing loss, and bereavement are under development. - 14-Jun-2007 - Hits: 846 - Rate This | Details
    Iris the Dragon
    Iris the Dragon is a registered, Canadian charity based in Perth, Ontario, Canada. The organization creates children's mental health content and makes it accessible and affordable to audiences where a baseline level of understanding has yet to be achieved in public health, education, or government health programs.

    Iris the Dragon charity is proud to release the digital versions of its highly respected children's mental health books designed for kids, parents, educators, and health care practitioners -- these resources are free.

    Our narrative centers on positive youth development, recovery, and resilience. Learn more about Iris the Dragon, educational workshops, media coverage, and more at - 18-Mar-2014 - Hits: 105 - Rate This | Details