June 23rd — Family, Family Law, Parenting, Safety, Bullying

Parents’ Guide To Cyberbullying and the Law


What Is Cyberbullying

Bullying has always been an unfortunate part of the adolescent experience. Although discouraged by parents and teachers, most of us probably have memories of being intimidated by sc...

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June 15th — General, Parenting, Bullying

​School Bullies and Your Options

No one wants to see their child get bullied at school, but what should a parent do if they feel like they can't protect their child? Sending your kid off to school knowing there is a bully waiting for their arrival can be...

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January 4th — Family, Parenting, Divorce

How to Talk to Small Children About Divorce


When two people decide to get a divorce, they often think about the impact the process will have on their small children. After all, divorce drastically alters the daily routines of any family. If you are going thro...

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December 7th — Family, Parenting

Tips For Bonding With Your Stepchild


Being a stepparent is often equal parts rewarding and challenging, particularly when it comes to establishing the initial bond with children in a newly blended family. By taking the time to get to know eac...

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November 18th — Family, Divorce Mistakes, Parenting

Avoiding The Guilt Traps Of Divorced Parents


Divorce is a difficult and trying life event, which can have a negative emotional impact on the couple splitting, as well as and, most importantly, their children. Although there may be no specific set of gui...

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October 21st — Family Law, Parenting

Checklist for New Parents

Becoming a new parent is an overwhelming but exciting time. There is so much to learn and so much to process before the baby arrives. Whether you are part of a couple giving birth, adopting, or a single parent bringing ne...

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October 14th — General, Family Law, Parenting

Relationship Tips For Moms and Stepmoms


Blended families are common these days, which means biological mothers and stepmothers are co-parenting children. It can be a difficult course to navigate when dealing with an ex-wife or the new partner of an ex-husband, bu...

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September 10th — Family Law, Parenting

5 Skills You Need Before Becoming A Foster Parent

Becoming a foster parent can be infinitely rewarding, and it can provide a calm and loving home to a child in need of stability and care. However, the process of applying to be a foster ...

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