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Tween D8-ing

Greetings! I (Kendra) can still remember a conversation I had with our youngest son Jonathan, when he was in Junior High.  He came home from school and as he sat at the island having an afternoon snack he announced he was “going out” with Meredith. Jonathan seemed a little surprised when I asked him a very simple question.  “Where are you going?” After all, it seemed that as his mother I needed to have … Continue reading

Tired Mom

          Tired Mom   We have a question from a listener. “I am 5 months pregnant, work fulltime, and have a 3 year old son. When our son needs anything in the night my husband expects me to get up and take care of it.  I am tired! How can I get him to help?” It’s time for an “adult conversation” between Mom and Dad.  They … Continue reading

Scaredy Cat

Greetings! Scaredy Cat According to Donna Pincus, Ph.D., a psychologist and the director of the Child and Adolescent Fear and Anxiety Treatment Program at Boston University,  ”About 90% of kids can identify having at least one and sometimes several different fears.” Those fears originate from several sources.  One possibility is from an unpleasant experience in the past.  The propensity to fear something can be passed on from parent to child. A … Continue reading

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