Protecting Our Daughters

By Renee Bogacz

It’s a constant battle at my house: my seventeen year old daughter thinks she’s fat.  She wears a single-digit clothing size and her height and weight put her in a normal BMI range.  But somehow those things bring her no comfort; she stills sees herself as fat.  Just More »

Internet Safety Sites for Parents

By Jonathan Wylie

Internet safety is an important issue that is relevant to all parents today. However, finding the best advice and keeping up with the latest threats can be very time consuming. Thankfully, there are lots of great websites that can do the hard work for you. So, take a More »

Summer Camp Dilemma: Finding the Right Camp for Your Child

By Jennifer Taylor

For parents with kids who have ADHD and behavioral disorders, summer brings about new challenges as they seek summer programs.  Many parents cannot keep their children at home during the summer, so for some, these programs are an only option.  As a result, these children face several challenges More »

Tools for Becoming an Active Architect in Defining Your Destiny

An Interview with Hill Harper

By Evangelia Biddy

Hill Harper is best known as the cerebral Dr. Sheldon Hawkes on the hit CBS crime drama – CSI: NY. His numerous acting roles in The Sopranos, ER, Lackawanna Blues and He Got Game have been lauded for their depth and complexity. More »

5 Family Friendly Puzzle Apps

By Jonathan Wylie

These addictive puzzle apps are a great form of family entertainment that can be enjoyed by everyone. So, why not gather the family and try one of these 21st century board games the next time you are looking for something fun to do together.

 

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Concentration: Methods to Developing Attentiveness

By Jennifer Taylor

Lack of concentration is one of the top problems many children face when they begin school.  For these children it is difficult to stay focused throughout an entire school day, and as a result they often get into trouble within the classroom.   Parents are often at a loss More »

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Bringing Up Strong Sensitive Boys

By Evangelia Biddy

As greater focus is paid to the study of males and in improving the educational outcomes of all boys, new research continues to surface. New studies show that twenty percent of all boys have a finely tuned nervous system. What does that mean? How is an increasingly global More »

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Summit Series Events was started in 2009 to promote live discussions between authors of different parenting books with real people—parents, educators and teens.  Participants in our discussions and interviews have included media magnet, Lenore Skenazy, author of “free Range Kids”; Diane Levin, More »

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