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A Blog for Parents, by Parents 

This is a blog comment hosting and social networking site for parents to share in an online community of families and caregivers with lived experience.  You will be able to login with a Disqus account, or using your Facebook, Twitter or Google+ account, or you can comment as a 'Guest'.

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March
Our kids’ problems evolve...so can their ability to solve them!
By Victoria Keddis; Parent Facilitator for The FRIENDS Parent Program As I parent, I always hoped that with age and different stages – the challenges would be less frequent. I...Read more
14
March
Remembering the Value of Support Teams
By Robin Brown; FRIENDS Parent Program Manager and Parent Facilitator When my children were younger and beginning to attend group activities away from home, I found it much easier to...Read more
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February
A little-discussed aspect of childhood anxiety
By Monica Kriese; Parent Facilitator for The FRIENDS Parent Program A little-discussed aspect of childhood anxiety is this: It can make you feel helpless as a parent. So many times...Read more
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December
Choosing a Happy Christmas, Over a Perfect Christmas
By Victoria Keddis; Parent Facilitator for The FRIENDS Parent Program As another holiday season approaches and I reflect back over the years, I recall far too many tears during the...Read more
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November
How I Taught my son relaxation techniques at bedtime
By Lisa Tate; FRIENDS Parent Facilitator My son has anxiety and every night when he was young, it was a struggle for him and for me, to get him off...Read more