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Bullying

Bullying

Admin August 1, 2010 0

The very word is ugly. Tormenting the weak, the defenceless, the vulnerable, the different, the new, the ‘strange’. Among our many unattractive human traits, bullying stands out as one of the most contemptible. Phoebe

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Good Morning?

Good Morning?

Admin August 1, 2010 0

It’s just as well that the joy and wonder of holding a newborn baby wipes most mothers’ memory clean because many mothers suffer long and hard to get to that point. And we’re not

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The Milky Bra Kid

The Milky Bra Kid

Admin July 24, 2010 0

Contrary to what the fashion, ‘adult’ entertainment, and marketing industries might have us believe, the mammary glands have evolved for one purpose only, to produce the absolutely ideal food needed to nourish the young of

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Getting Kids to Sleep using a Bedtime Routine

Getting Kids to Sleep using a Bedtime Routine

Admin March 16, 2010 0

Most parents accept and even expect fatigue when caring for infants. However, when sleep problems persist into the preschool and school age years, strategies can be used to help your child (and you as

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Could you foster a child?

Could you foster a child?

Admin August 4, 2009 0

Sadly, for one reason or another, it is sometimes just not possible for a child to remain in his or her home and, in these cases, foster care is the main form of alternative care provided by

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Creepy-Crawlies

Creepy-Crawlies

Admin August 3, 2009 0

Back-to-school time marks the beginning of the weeks when your children will start to bring home new friends, most of whom you will like, but it’s also the time when they may bring home

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