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Talking about tragedy with your children

17 Aug

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Helicopter Mom and Just Plane Dad asked me to write a guest blog on talking with kids about tragedies like school shootings, child abductions, and terrorist’s attacks. This is a very complex topic; so complex, that I have been thinking about it and working on it for several months. I am sure there are as […]

10 Tips For Working Moms That Travel

12 Aug

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Who doesn’t love a good travel getaway or vacation? Whether it’s within your home state, home country or international, the ability to travel while working and running your own business can often seem unreachable. I’m here to report that it’s doable for working mothers! Here are 10 tips for working moms that travel. I am […]

Must have gear for teens heading off to college

12 Aug

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With the back to school season comes stress.  Parents and kids everywhere are finishing up their last minute to do lists and praying that nothing’s forgotten.  For kids heading off to college, the anxiety factor can be even worse as they brave out on their own. Follett Technology asked me to share my tips for […]

Protect Your Teens From an Eating Disorder

24 Jul

Protect teens from eating disorders with Helicopter Mom and Just Plane Dad

Raising kids is hard, especially in today’s culture and society, where they are pressured into all kinds of unhealthy activities, from drugs to alcohol to eating disorders.  As a parent, you want to shield and protect your teen from all of these things; you want to remove them from harm’s way. If you could, you’d […]

Handle Anxiety Attacks as a Parent

2 Jan

Handle anxiety attacks with help from Helicopter Mom and Just Plane Dad

Anxiety can happen to anyone, but as a parent, you’re a magnet for your brain going haywire. Sometimes, the anxiety is over a legitimate concern, such as the well-being of your child. Other times, it’s the less likely what ifs and the paranoia over your child that can trigger anxiety attacks. How does one handle […]

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