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Posted in Bullying by Doctor Oz on Apr 08, 2014
Bullying may be a power-trip, but people don't bully because they're powerful. In this video, celebrity television host and Dr. Oz Show guest Tyra Banks talks about the deep-seated reasons people ... Read More »
One of the keys to having a healthy mind is to live as much as you can in the moment; that is, thinking about what you're doing right now, not worrying about the mistakes you made yesterday or the ... Read More »
Let your child know you understand - First, you need to communicate that you understand his (or her) struggles in making new friends. Then, give him something tangible, such as a small pebble or key ... Read More »
Since August 2012, at least five Californian children have developed a new alarming paralyzing illness. Though the cause of the illness, which has been described as polio-like, is unknown, health ... Read More »
When I was growing up, I didn’t know a single kid who had a peanut or tree nut (P/TN) allergy. Peanut butter and jelly sandwiches were the staple of every lunch box, and Toll House cookies with ... Read More »
It’s obviously been a difficult winter climate-wise. With the extra cold temps affecting most of the U.S., winter illnesses are now in full force, including those out here in warmer Southern ... Read More »
There is a peanut butter made with cinnamon and raisins swirled into it. It’s quite possibly the most amazing peanut butter I’ve ever eaten. I can sit and eat it with a spoon (but normally with ... Read More »
So in my previous 3 articles regarding children and divorce, I first discussed ... Read More »
Have you ever really listened to what is being said during a game, practice or a meet, to the child athletes? Do you regularly attend practice and sit on the sidelines to watch the interaction ... Read More »
There are many factors that contribute to a child’s level of intelligence and brain development. The reality that children of privilege tend to score higher on tests and have greater access to ... Read More »

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