Tag "Dr. Dean Beckloff"

Healthy Co-Parenting

By Dr. Dean Beckloff / Contributor It’s tough, this thing called co-parenting. When two parents have separated and are now living in two homes, it can be quite the challenge. If two adults have decided that they cannot live together

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Holding the Holidays Together

  At this time of year we wish for good will and peace on Earth. But what about when you can’t even guarantee peace within your own family? by Deb Silverthorn When your children have more than one home, “home for

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Rich in Kindness

  7 Things Parents Can Do to Stop Domestic Violence by Dr. Dean Beckloff | Contributor We see violence erupting in families. Just recently, a woman shot and killed her two daughters as a result of losing a court battle

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Torn Between Two Parents

  6 Do’s and Don’ts to Keep Kids Out of the Conflict Children caught in the middle between two conflicted parents is challenging to say the least. Parenting can already be quite daunting. Then throwing in high conflict between two

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It’s a Race to Nowhere

The Pressures on Our Kids on the Road to Success by Alicia Wanek Recently, I had the opportunity to see a screening of the 2010 documentary, Race to Nowhere, at Plano’s Shepton High School, and it has dramatically altered the

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Are Kids’ Clothes Too Provocative?

We see it every day. Sexuality glamorized in the media, the movies, in retail stores and more. What does this say to our kids? by Karyn Brodsky In the clothing department, there are many “adult” styles available to teens, tweens

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