Love Is in The Air !
02/04/2021 ● By Tanni Haas, Ph.D.
Parents are not generally comfortable with the idea of their teen dating; but it’s a fact of life, and better for everyone involved when it’s acknowledged and accepted, rather than denied.Read More »
Are Your Kids Listening?
05/03/2020 ● By Cheryl Maguire
Expert Advice on How to Make Sure Teenagers Hear YouRead More »
Feng Shui and the Teenager
06/30/2018 ● By Sandy Kauten
This month's look at Dad's Humor...Read More »
Rapunzel, Rapunzel... Give It A Rest!
11/02/2015 ● By Sandy Kauten
I think all kids, no matter how “hot,” should spend time in their rooms, gazing out the window, reading books and wondering what life is about.Read More »
Teenagers On The Job
07/02/2014 ● By Sandy Kauten
A Dad's Eye humorous look at teenage employment...Read More »
The Secrets to Staying Motivated
01/01/2012 ● By Anonymous
We ran a survey asking our visitors how well they do when it comes to setting and meeting their goals. What better time to do this than when everyone's making (or breaking!) New Year's resolutions?Read More »
I Love You, But... Please Don't Embarrass Me....
11/01/2011 ● By Anonymous
by: Kim Green-SpanglerRead More »
Kids and Cholesterol a Growing Problem
11/01/2010 ● By Anonymous
Kids and cholesterol is rapidly becoming a major concern for parents and health professionals. In 2008 the American Academy of Pediatrics issued a recommendation that all children with a family history, or health concern for high cholesterol be screened beginning at the age of two, but no later than the age of ten. If no evidence of high cholesterol is found, children should be regularly screened every two to five years. However, if there is an excessive amount of cholesterol found in children, more serious measures may need to be taken.Read More »