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Easing the Transition to a New School Year for Adopted, Foster, & Kinship Kids

Adopted, foster and kinship kids often struggle with new experiences and relationships. Truthfully, transitions and […]

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Help! My Child Hates School!

There is almost nothing more challenging about parenting during the school-age years than a child […]

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What Do You Share At School About Your Child’s Story?

Your child spends several hours a day with his teachers, and you want to set […]

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Can I Parent a Child Who Has Had Prenatal Exposure?

Today’s article is brought to you through the generous support of our friends at the Jockey […]

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Tantrums, Meltdowns & Whining, Oh, My! How to Parent Challenging Behaviors

We can all identify what it looks like to raise a harder-to-parent child. After all, […]

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Men Who Want to Be Dads: The Forgotten Ones of Infertility

Dads, or men who want to be dads, are often forgotten members of the infertility […]

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Helping Your Adopted Child Handle Adoption Microaggressions

Your adopted children can feel confused, stressed, and othered when they encounter the stigmas they […]

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The Three Es: Understanding the Impacts of Trauma

Parenting an adopted, foster, or kinship child almost certainly means we are raising kids with […]

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Four Tips to Teach Self-Soothing Skills

Self-soothing is a critical skill for our children to learn, but many kids who have […]

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Transitioning from Infertility Treatment to Adoption

You’ve been doing infertility treatment for so long, and you are weary. Your heart and […]

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