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Archive for Do’s & Dont’s

Healthy Habits

Every parent knows that fruits and veggies are good for the growing body. But we also know how hard it can be to get our children to choose greens over pizza. Very few children actually meet the federal recommendations for nutrition. Lucky for you, there are ways to train your child to be a healthy eater without turning you into the broccoli monster! Try out these five tips and see for yourself…

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Move On to Feel Better

I'll never forget taking my boys to Disneyland as a single mom about a year after my divorce. While it was exciting prepping for trip, my heart was also heavy. David (my ex) and I had honeymooned in Disneyland and always dreamed of our first trip there as a family with our kids. We no longer had that family, and I mourned the loss. We even talked (and cried a little) about it the night before the boys and I left as they were saying goodbye to their dad. It was very hard to look forward at that point instead of looking back, but I knew I had to.

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Divorcing? Mistakes to Avoid and Strategies to Help

Divorces in America are up to about 50 percent statistically. When you are freshly divorced, your first worry is about the children. Do they understand what happened? Do they know they are still loved? How will you not put them in the middle? These are questions that occur to every parent who is newly divorced or divorcing. They're questions David and I agonized over and ultimately what motivated us to forge a relationship post divorce that put them squarely in the center. Read More→