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Parenting Webinar from the InJoy and the Children’s Project

I have recently started a working/collaborative partnership with the group The Children’s Project. They have an awesome book, and their program has built my relationship with my son to a new level. It has also helped me to understand and nurture other relationships. I would highly recommend this webinar, and you can purchase a copy of the book on Amazon. It is an easy read, but packed with great practical advice and examples. I am still working my way through it, as I have to keep stopping to apply the principles and see how they work. So far it has been miraculous. My son has struggled with depression and anxiety, and using the principles taught in the book has really helped him to regain his confidence and happy demeanor. Please feel free to share this information with anyone and everyone. Their goal is to have a million people read the...
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Win a Frecklebox – Personalized Gifts for Kids

What child doesn’t love stickers or books with THEIR name on them? I know I coveted them when I was a child. Sadly, when I was a child, there was nothing with my name on it. Come to think of it, there still is nothing available, right off the rack, with my name on it. Liberty. Not enough Liberty’s out there to necessitate the mass production of pencils or bike name plates with our name on them. And oh, how I would look through each section of personalized gifts for kids. Maybe, hidden behind all the Amandas and Tommys, maybe their was a lonely Liberty, waiting just for me. There never was. Somehow, I didn’t make it any easier on any of my own children. While they all have names that are not exactly uncommon, I did spell them in more unique ways. At least I did with my girls’...
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Struggling to Parent, or Parenting a Struggling Child?

Today I got a phone call that I never expected to receive. The basic suggestion behind the call is maybe our program is not the right fit for your child. He is disruptive, and we don’t know how to handle him. He’s been in this program for years. His behavior has not changed, but perhaps it should have, as he has gotten older. They had other teachers who dealt with his behavior wonderfully and he was thriving. Why is this year so different? What happened? Could it be that I spent most of last year in the hospital with a life threatening and life altering condition? Could it be that he is a scared little boy trying to cope with things that he doesn’t understand? Does my child have ADHD, or even worse, does he have Asperger’s syndrome? Sadly the questions that run through my mind are mostly is this...
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