Normal Conflict, or Bullying?

By Kris Widmann Relational aggression is a form of bullying that involves the way people use their power in relationships to control others. It is behavior that is meant to…

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Kindergarten Readiness Checklist

By Janet Correia School has started and your little one is off to kindergarten. You’ve bought a new backpack, lunch box and wardrobe, but is your little one really ready…

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Planning a Play Date

By Laura Jean Whitcomb It’s not like my daughter hasn’t seen another child. She’s been in child care, gone to preschool, is a student in public school, and participates in…

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Making Allowances Work

By Barbra Alan At some point, your child may approach you about receiving an allowance. This is something you should be prepared for, because your child will be. She may…

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Windsor County Partners

By Victoria Davis I am an aunt and now a great-aunt, but I have never been a mother. So it has always been special to me to spend time with…

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Choosing a Ballet School

Here are 5 tips to help you find the right fit for your child By Deb German Your young daughter is begging for ballet lessons, but when you investigate local…

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Addressing Picky Eating

By Alexa Trolley-Hanson “Ewww...I don’t like that!” This phrase is enough to make any parent’s hair stand on end. In today’s busy world, mealtimes are stressful enough without arguments about…

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Is Your Home Safe for Children?

By Victoria Davis You want to be an ace parent and provide a clean home for your children. You use cleaning products that promise all kinds of benefits, such as…

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Temper Tantrums

Why are they happening — and how to deal with them when they do. By Dr. Sachi Horback Any parent of young children will relate to this experience: My family…

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