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Author Archive | Pam Myers, BSEd

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Family Fun Card Games Everyone Can Learn

If you’re looking for a way to get the whole family together and make it enjoyable for all, then a game night is for you. Most people enjoy games, especially games that are easy to learn. You don’t have to go out and buy expensive board games to entertain everyone in your family. There are […]

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5 Activities to Help Moms Bond with Their Teen Daughters

Busy lives and typical teenage behavior sometimes make it difficult to find quality time to spend with your teenager. Yet while their behavior may say “leave me alone”,  teenage girls really do crave quality time with their moms. It can be a difficult balance. However, the time you spend together now can have a lasting […]

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4 Mistakes Parents Make When Talking to Their Children About Sex

  There are few things a parent dreads more than “the talk.” Talking about sex can be uncomfortable and embarrassing. And let’s face it, many parents simply don’t know how to go about it. Their parents never talked to them, so they’re unprepared for such a pivotal conversation. Mistakes are made and children may get […]

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4 Ways to Help Your Teen Prepare for College

Preparing your teen for college actually starts long before their senior year of high school. Throughout their re-college career, they’re learning how to balance academics with social life along with making decisions for themselves and making good choices. This all lays the foundation for choosing a school to attend and working hard to get accepted. […]

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4 Ways to Relieve Tension and Keep the Peace at Family Holiday Gatherings

The holidays are a time for families to gather and enjoy good times with each other — at least, in theory. In practice, many family gatherings are riven by division, arguments, and painful bickering. Old wounds can easily be reopened, and tensions from years past revived. If you want a happier, more peaceful holiday season, […]

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How to Survive Traveling with Your Kids This Holiday Season

Simply the idea of traveling with kids over the holiday break can be enough to make you scream, and the reality can be just as painful. Something that is supposed to be fun and exciting can quickly turn into a Griswold family vacation if you’re not careful. Whether you’re traveling with one child or four, […]

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8 Tips for Getting Your Kids Out Into Nature

Between television, the Internet, computer games, and afternoons filled with enrichment activities, kids have more reasons than ever to stay indoors. Richard Louv, author and journalist, hypothesizes in his book Last Child in the Woods (2005) that many modern children suffer from “nature deficit disorder”. He posits that constant separation from nature during developmental years leads […]

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6 Easy Christmas Cards for Kids to Craft

Card-making is a wonderful activity for children during the Christmas season.  It keeps them occupied indoors during bad weather, allows them to explore their creativity and helps them engage with the festive spirit of giving.  Aunts, uncles, grandparents and family friends will be pleased to receive handcrafted cards made especially for them.  Pre-folded blank cards […]

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