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Parenting Together with Less Conflict

When it comes to co-parenting, conflict is inevitable. How can we lessen the tension, and deepen the understanding? Lisa Schab, L.C.S.W., gives a detailed interview, giving us tools to problem-solve.

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Learning to Fight Fair

Grown-ups have a hard enough time fighting fair, so what do we do to help our kids deploy problem-solving skills? Dr. Heather Turgeon shares some valuable tools for helping our kids solve conflict.

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How Parental Worry Affects Our Kids

Worry and parenting seem to go hand-in-hand. Dr. Beth Onufrak says it’s the way parents cope with worry, that matters for our kids.

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How to Get Your Child to Talk about Their Day

What in the world did your child experience while away today at school or daycare? For ways to elicit that sought after intel, Betsy Brown Braun lists nine effective strategies.

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Toxic Grandparents – What to Do and How to Move Forward

What if the relationship you share with the grandparents is rough? Family and aging expert Amy Goyer, helps use answer some difficult questions when it comes time to set boundaries with grandma and grandpa.

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The Breakdown on Big Feelings

It can be intimidating to cope with your child’s big feelings, but Dr. Laura Markham, clinical psychologist specializing in relationship based parenting, provides some insightful age-appropriate tips to help parent and child get through to each other.

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Giving Your Child The Right to be Unhappy

Of course we want our kids to be happy, but if we always make everything “all better,” how can they learn to understand and express their true feelings? Betsy Brown Braun shares tips for guiding and supporting children through their unhappiness.