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Daddy Daughter Bonding Ideas: How to Fathers Can Connect with Teen Girls by Vanessa Van Petten Patient Expert Posted Fri 26 Sep 2008 2:53pm Many of the ideas I have listed on my 10 activities for teens are great for dads and daughters.  Yet, I want to add and highlight a few because this is so important. Sometime between the age of 12 and 17 there is a deep dark void that develops between dads and teen girls.  I like to call it the “anti-daddy” period.  Have you experienced this? ... Read on »
Adult Males Must Abandon Fathering Teenagers' Babies by John R. Medical Social Worker Posted Thu 28 May 2009 12:02am     "The problem with teens sex is not simply that teens are having sex."                        (U.S. News & World Report, Sins of the Father, 8/6/95) In the U.S., would you be surprised to learn that teenage boys are not the fathers of the majority of babies born to teenage girls? According to an article written by Steinhauer, (NY Times, 19 ... Read on »
A Father’s Day Reminder: Teenagers Can Be Full of Wonder by RaisingTeens Posted Wed 16 Jun 2010 12:00am Jun 16, 2010 by Guest Blogger: Bruce Sallan | Categories , , , , , Meet the Partnership’s Father’s Day guest blogger, Bruce Sallan.  Bruce is the father of two teenage sons, 16 and 13; a columnist ; and host of “The Bruce Sallan Show – A Dad’s Point-of-View” on KZSB AM1290 in Santa Barbara (or via live stream ... Read on »
Teenagers, relief and father-son moment. by Clare Grant Posted Tue 21 Feb 2012 3:46pm 1. One of the other things I like about swimming -- apart from the pleasure it gives Alec -- is the lunch out afterwards. Instead of rushing to put a meal in front of an impatient and often unappreciative toddler, I get to sit and chat with Alec (and Godfather Timothy if he can make it) while someone else makes lunch for us. Today we were in the ... Read on »
Too Young to Die-Teens Taken Too Soon By Their Own Mother #parents #kids by Patty .. Patient Expert Posted Thu 03 Feb 2011 1:47am When I first heard the news about what happened to these innocent& beautiful children at the hands of their own mother I was shocked. Sadly it's not the first time a mother, parent, has taken their children's lives but this was so recent and callous I couldn't help but share my thoughts on it. I, along with others pray ... Read on »
APS Convention Report #3 ... by Nestor L. Doctor of Philosophy Posted Thu 12 Nov 2009 10:52am APS Convention Report #3 This post is part of a series of reports on research presented last weekend at the Annual Convention of the Association for Psychological Science. Researchers have noted for decades that children view their home environment and relationship with their parents as “models”, and that this is usually reflected in how ... Read on »
More from Kaboom Schneider: The Studly Son by Mindy R. Patient Expert Posted Thu 14 Apr 2011 12:07pm My friend Kaboom is back with another guest post! I could get used to this. Many of you heard about The Gifted Son , and now he presents… The Studly Son. Love it. You can find him over at Kaboom Industries . The Studly Son By Kaboom J. Schneider It’s a fact that girls mature faster than boys. It’s true they are smarter. I wonder if ... Read on »
Thank you everyone for your pati ... by Nestor L. Doctor of Philosophy Posted Thu 12 Nov 2009 10:52am Thank you everyone for your patience during the two-week break in child-Psych.  As some of you know, I just relocated from Pittsburgh to Michigan where I started my new research program while working as an Assistant Professor at the Department of Psychology of The University of Michigan. The transition is time consuming but I’m finally all sett ... Read on »
Weekly Wrap: Measles, Cancer, Autoimmunity, Autism by Kim S. Patient Expert Posted Thu 01 May 2014 12:00am By Dan Olmsted Hedda Get Better: Doll with Measles from 1958 A lot of us "citizen scientists" who saw the news this week about a megadose of measles vaccine as a cancer treatment seem to have had the same question at the same time. First, the news. “Mayo Clinic researchers announced a landmark study where a massi ... Read on »
Walking With The Lord: My Testimony by Artistta Posted Mon 04 Apr 2011 8:43am It's a little after 6 in the morning and I sit here, thinking. Thinking about what to write, what to share. Why am I sharing my testimony? Starting today and each Monday going forward I hope to bring to you some thoughts, scripture and encouragements about walking with the Lord. My testimony is a starting point and shares how my faith in the L ... Read on »