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Ok, Moms and Dads. How are you really feeling about your kids going back to school? Do you have the blues and a sinking feeling in your stomach about the rigid routine that will now take place as your child now has school, homework and activities to squeeze in? Or are you secretly ready or…

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Does your child express a little more “me” than “we”? It’s normal for kids to be egocentric, but the scales seem to be tilting toward lots more “me” than “we” in the child-centered, media-saturated culture that children are raised in now. In fact, the University of San Diego has found a 30% increase in narcissism…

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Which of these sound familiar? No matter how much Maria does for her child, she never feels like she does enough, “No matter how hard I try, I’ll never be the parent I want to be.” Bob constantly compares his home and income to his neighbors, “I wish I could give my kids more.” Pat…

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You may worry about your own identity being stolen but recent reports tell us that more than 700,000 children were victims of identity theft last year. One in 40 families will be affected by this, according to the Javelin Strategy and Research Identity Fraud Report. Thieves target children because the crime may go undetected for…

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