Monthly Archives: October 2014

A Kid’s Perspective: Choosing Bullying; Choosing Kindness

Guest blog by Heather Leah, preschool and school-age teacher in Raleigh, NC. As a teacher, I have the benefit of seeing the “Bullying Conversation” from both sides. Yes, I read the articles about the bullying pandemic, but I also see … Continue reading

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Ask Dr. Wynns Give-A-Way Contest!

You want to be a No Wimpy Parent, but you need some guidance. Never fear! Dr. Wynns is here to put you back on the path to better parenting.  Get expert advice, as she answers your burning questions—no parenting issue … Continue reading

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Is There a Difference Between Teasing and Bullying?

When you hear the word “bully,” what’s the first thing that comes to your mind? A scene from The Karate Kid where Johnny and his merciless gang of Cobra Kai’s pummel the vulnerable “new kid,” Daniel?  Or do you think … Continue reading

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No Wimpy Parenting™: 5 Steps To Taking Back Your Power

It’s time to start a revolution in America – a parenting revolution! Bit by bit, day by day, parents are slowly giving away their power. To whom you ask? To their children! There seems to be an epidemic of kids … Continue reading

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Halloween For Kids: Tips For A Simple, Healthy October

Guest blogger: Heather Leah Here it comes—the magical night of wacky costumes, mountains of sugar, and spooky stories that are all sure to make your kid go wild. Halloween is upon us. But what if Halloween could be a little … Continue reading

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10 Commandments of Parenting

Okay that’s probably a little overstated.  But I don’t know about you, I am overwhelmed by all of the parenting advice that exists in the world today.  I once heard that today’s parents have read as much information about parenting … Continue reading

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Teens, Tweens, and Screens

Times have changed since we were kids.  Screens are everywhere.  Teens not only have access to televisions; many of them have their own.  But that’s old news.  Given Hulu, Netflix, and online reruns, computers are the new, just-for-me TV’s.  They … Continue reading

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