Is it Okay to Help Your Kids with their School-Work?

Parents helping kids with homework

Nowadays, there are projects given our elementary-age and older children that seem a bit big and over-whelming – to mom and dad, that is. Seriously, some of these projects are difficult and in many communities it seems the quality of these completed works are way beyond the capability of the kid that “did it.” Clearly, dad and mom are helping.

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Who’s Watching YOUR Kid? #SocialMedia Safety at #DadChat

Kids Safety on the Internet

It’s no joke. There is identity theft and all kinds of shenanigans going on with the Internet. Yet, how many parents are really aware of what their kids do online? What they watch and WHO may be watching them? Social Media Safety is our topic for this Thursday’s #DadChat, July 31 from 6:00 – 7:00 p.m. PT/9:00 – 10:00 p.m. ET. We have special guest DJ Thistle as our co-host this chat.

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The Once-and-Still Married vs. The Divorced

Comedy - George Carlin

I was jogging around our nearby lake when I saw two women walking. As I passed them, I recognized one as a former friend of mine. Our eyes met but she quickly averted them. I realized who it was by the time I was way past them. It brought back many memories of what I call The Dark Days of (My) Divorce.

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Unconditional Love and Find Your Kid’s Passion with Thrively.com

Passion finding

Thursday, July 24, 2014

Featured guests:

Jon Kraft and Girish Venkat of Thrively.com.

Pastor Drew Sams for “Spiritual Talk.”

Dr. Jennifer Weberman (The Parenting Playground) for “Therapy Talk.”

Today’s radio show is inspired by this week’s column, There’s No Such Things as Unconditional Love and special guests representing the new website to find your kid’s passions and strengths, Thrively.com.

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#Twerking on Lemur Island

Another stop on our amazing trip to Africa and India was the Lemur Island – the land of the lemurs – where we were “entertained” by these kids – twerking has come everywhere!