Redefining Religion
Redefining Religion

BY SHELLY BOKMAN  Compassion, Community, Connection  Let’s face it—parenting is a crazy frenzy of responsibilities. It takes a special event or a cris…

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Learning Limits for Children

  How to establish  and get children to respect the limits you set   By Kathy Oliver   What’s the one thing that you can give to your child …

Parenting by Personality
Parenting by Personality

BY LAURA FLYNN MCCARTHY  How to weather the challenges of raising a child who is your polar opposite in personality. She’s a wallflower; you’re the li…

Georgia Family
Your Preschooler’s Bedtime

BY DR. LAURA MARKHAM   APRIL 2016 Getting your child to sleep through the night in his own bed Wondering how to get your three-, four-, or five-year-o…

Georgia Family
Child Cooperation

GFM   JANUARY 2016 FOUR WAYS TO GET YOUR CHILD TO WORK FOR YOU INSTEAD OF AGAINST YOU Every parent has been there—one of those days when you feel like…

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Learning and Playing with Toddlers

BY MARY L. GAVIN, M.D. DECEMBER 2015 Developing skills through the art of play Playing and learning are completely natural for toddlers, so mastering …

Counting
Get Counting

GFM   SEPTEMBER 2015 Fun ways to get your preschooler off to a good mathematical start If you have a preschooler, you may already have her education p…

Shaming
Shaming Your Kids Online

BY MARY JO RAPINI, M.ED., L.P.C. When you reflect back on your childhood, it’s likely you remember hearing these words at least once during your child…