Growing a Thankful Family - In a Want More World
12/02/2022 ● By Jan Pierce, M.Ed.
One of my favorite childhood stories is Laura Ingalls Wilder’s account of the Christmas when Mr. Edwards braved a snowstorm to bring gifts to the family.Read More »
Season of the Weird and Creepy
10/05/2022 ● By Rick Epstein
"If your head was cut off, could you still talk?” Five-year-old Sally, who carries Halloween in her heart year-round, was tapping into the paternal store of vital information.Read More »
Protecting Your Teen’s Mental Health
08/31/2022 ● By Rebecca Hastings
Advice from a Psychologist who UnderstandsRead More »
Whose Homework is it Anyway?
07/28/2022 ● By Rick Epstein
A new school year is about to begin, and millions of parents are eager to get started on their kids’ homework.Read More »
Ways to Work in More Reading
07/28/2022 ● By Sarah Lyons
I have loved reading since I was able to sound out the words of my Dr. Seuss book.Read More »
Preventing Teen Suicide
07/12/2022 ● By Pilar Bradshaw, M.D., F.A.A.P.
In just the first five months of 2022, 11 young people in Lane County lost their lives to suicide.Read More »
07/12/2022 ● By Cheryl Maguire
Even though he had never sailed solo before, De Lio, 26, a construction company owner and travel blogger, began researching his options and found promotions designed to entice customers to return.Read More »
06/15/2022 ● By Kelli Matthews
Need a last-minute idea for a snack-loving dad? Or just looking for some different ideas for a summer of snack-happy kids? We recently tried four different snacks for our Father’s Day Gift Guide to share with you.Read More »
06/01/2022 ● By Christa Melnyk Hines
Peruse the greeting card section around Father's Day and you'll find shelves bursting with stereotypes about dads.Read More »