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Parents Need to Stop Being So Hard on Themselves

You’ve been a good, loving, conscientious parent. You did the best you could. You thought you did it all right, you even took your child to church so they would believe in God and know right from wrong. 661 more words

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5 Things Parents in Pain Want You to Know

Are you the parent or grandparent in pain from a broken heart? Is your pain from the choices, behaviors or struggles of your child or grandchild? 561 more words

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Mass Media Mail Out Monday

The media ignore the plight of parents in the family courts. Here’s you opportunity to correct this.

Every Monday at 09:00 hrs email every national and local newspaper… 74 more words

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An Encouraging Word for Parents in Pain

Parents who are in pain over the choices and behaviors of their children often feel like they’re being tossed about in a storm at sea. Whether it’s a rebellious teen or a troubled adult, the hurt is the same. 480 more words

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Four Negative Parenting Responses When a Teen is in Crisis

Today’s blog was written by fellow mom blogger, Stacy Flury: Anchor of Promise. She has some excellent insights for parents of teens who are in crisis. 860 more words

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When is it okay to remove a child from her or his birth family?

“Children have the right to be protected from all types of violence, abuse and neglect. But children also have the right not to be separated from their parents against their will, except when the competent authorities determine that such separation is necessary for the best interests of the child,” Olga Borzova (Russia, NR) says in her report, adopted yesterday by PACE’s Committee on Social Affairs, Health and Sustainable Development.not to be separated from their parents against their will, except when the competent authorities determine that such separation is necessary for the best interests of the child,” Olga Borzova (Russia, NR) says in her report, adopted yesterday by PACE’s Committee on Social Affairs, Health and Sustainable Development. Read more, click here

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When Parents Feel Hopeless at Easter

It’s Easter. A day of hope and new beginnings. That’s what people say, right? But what if you don’t feel very hopeful today? Your child is struggling and you can’t help it – you feel hopeless. 464 more words

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