Posts by Ideas from Parents

Mutual Love of Children Unites Mom and Step Mom

Urban moms meet on the sidewalk

By guest author Cheryl Rice We first met nine years ago. Alan, my soon-to-be husband, and I had just come from a Phillies game. More nervous than I let on, I felt like I had just gotten off the field myself. We were on our way to see my soon-to-be stepson perform in his middle [More...]

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Forgiveness – From the Heart Sharing

A daughter hugs a mother

  A mother shares her thoughts about forgiveness and how her daily attitude helps her combine forgiveness and honesty. What do you think of when you think of the word forgiveness? Or how would you define forgiveness? I think of it as moving on with your own life and taking anger out of the equation. [More...]

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ADD, The Power of Now, and Drop Out Nation

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“Ideas that Work” for better parenting submitted by a Hyde parent: First, not sure why I thought of Eckhart Tolle and The Power of Now but it popped up for me so I thought I would pass it on. Perhaps it is the idea that kids don’t think about their futures, but perhaps it isn’t [More...]

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