Graduation’s New Beginnings

May 23, 2018

As the air becomes more humid and the days longer, a transition from spring to summer brings an awareness of the seasonal shift. And, as with any season, there comes a looking back at what was and a looking forward to what is. Sometimes there is gratitude that the season is over, sometimes there is […]

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Happy Mother’s Day

May 12, 2018

Like most other national holidays, Mother’s Day is a special celebration honoring someone who is brave, steadfast, and overall awesome! Those types of women come in all forms, whether they nurture their biological child, adopted child, step-child, animal child, grandchild, niece, nephew, friend’s child, neighbor’s child, or husband child (Amiright, ladies?). Where would be in […]

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Talking with Teens about Relationships

June 1, 2017

Whether a parent or an adolescent, the teenage years are hard, and arguably getting harder for every generation. Thanks to social media, the internet, and smartphones, teens and their parents are more accessible than ever to the outside world, and unfortunately making us less accessible to each other. Despite the uncharted changing technological territory, the […]

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13 Reasons Why

April 24, 2017

  A new Netflix original show related to suicide is drawing a lot of attention, some viewers seeing it as very positive while others are having a more negative reaction to the show and its content. The show is an adaptation of the book by the same name, written by Jay Asher. For parents, the […]

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