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Stop Drinking Poison: Learning To Forgive

A wise man once said "holding a grudge is like drinking poison and expecting the other person to die". That might seem like hyperbole but the science behind that statement has been proven. Holding grudges isn't healthy for the mind, body, or soul. It's time to let that baggage go and I'm here to help.

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My Kids Hate Exercise But Love "Fun". Protip: They're The Same Thing.

When it comes to getting your kids into an exercise routine the wording that you choose is one of the most important aspects. Don't clunkily say 'hey kids, let's exercise!' because that is doomed to fail. Instead you might try simply asking them if they want to play with you. Injecting fun into a workout helps you too!

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Is It Safe To Serve Fish To Kids? Concerns About Mercury and More!

During pregnancy, I received an untold number of warnings about not eating fish. Now that my kids are out and running around, should I still avoid fish? What kinds of fish are prone to higher levels of mercury that can lead to the ill effects of mercury poisoning? There is a lot to consider when serving fish to kids.

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Getting Your Kids Quiet and Keeping Them Silent

Is that a harsh title? Some might see it that way, but the truth is that parents require silence from time to time. It's especially pertinent since so many of us are working from home and participating in Zoom meetings to keep our bread buttered. One wayward child can sent a business meeting of dozens sideways if given half the chance. Quieting your child once or twice is easy enough, but what is the strategy for keep them quiet for extended periods? Simply turning to your child and saying "Shhh" or "Be quiet, please" is doomed for failure because it...

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Newborn Babies and The Dreaded Night Shift

I remember bringing home my first little bundle of joy. It was such a surreal feeling to finally lay him down in the crib for the first time and watch him nod off to sleep. While he did sleep a lot, there were always intermittent periods where he's wake up and scream for one reason or another. Maybe he was hungry or wet, perhaps he just wanted to make sure someone was nearby. These episodes didn't generally last too long, but when they occurred in the middle of the night? I recall it being a downright hassle. So who takes...

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