Monthly Archives:November 2014

Giving Thanks

November 25, 2014

Thanksgiving is here and people all over the US are getting ready to gather with family and friends, watch a little football, and of course eat some turkey. The history of Thanksgiving originated with the pilgrims and the thanks given for their...

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November 19, 2014

There is nothing better in the world than a true friend. Friends are the people who support, encourage and give us a sense of belonging. Friends stand by us, through thick and thin, they elevate and inspire us. Friends bring value to our lives. Research...

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Raising Independent Children

November 12, 2014

The term Helicopter Parent, a parenting style of hovering over our children and swooping in at the first sign of struggle, is so widely recognized that it can be found in the dictionary. Dr. Ann Dunnewold Ph.D., a licensed psychologist and author,...

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Activities to do on days off from School

November 5, 2014

The month of November brings shorter days, colder weather and a kid’s favorite…days off from school. With Election Day, Veterans Day, Parent Teacher Conferences, and Thanksgiving, there are many unscheduled days that need to be filled with...

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