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Monthly Archive for: ‘March, 2012’
Should a parent bring a child to the court house? There are two primary lines of thought. The first group of people does not believe children benefit in any way from seeing the inside of a court house. They believe a therapeutic setting is the best way to assist a child in sorting through the problems their parent’s dispute creates …
Being critical of appearance can hurt child's esteem news360.com/article/323118…
The Lessons Learned When Your Kids Play Sports news360.com/article/323185…
Divorced woman loses fight to become pregnant through frozen embryos news360.com/article/323010…
Talking to kids about tragedies news360.com/article/322698…