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Articles in Exceptional Lives, March Guides, A Day in the Life of Dad, School, April Blackburn, Madeline Rathle, Health and Wellness, Holidays and Leah Conti

“No” is a Complete Sentence

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It may not be 100 percent accurate according to my former English teacher, but in my book, it is.  Too many times I catch myself giving reasons to my kids for why I tell them “No,” and I just don’t have that much time in my life at this point to kee... Read full article

When Is The Right Time To Visit The Orthodontist?

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Interceptive treatment may prevent or intercept more serious problems from developing and may make treatment at a later age shorter and less complicated.... Read full article

Motivating Children with Exceptional Needs

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For exceptional children with physical or cognitive struggles, achieving goals is paramount. The road to these achievements can be long and bumpy, though. Children who experience daily obstacles often face discouragement.  They tire of the pain, the ... Read full article

Litterbugs No More: Litter Education in Louisiana

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Susan Russell, Executive Director of Keep Louisiana Beautiful, says litter education is critical because it will give children the tools they need to create and sustain environmentally friendly habits.... Read full article

Am I Raising a Psychopath?

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Who comes to mind when you think of the word “psychopath?” Ted Bundy? Jeffrey Dahmer? Jack the Ripper? Your child or someone else’s? While it’s a terrifying thought to even consider that your little baby boy or girl could ever display psychopathic tr... Read full article



Ridiculously Funny School Jokes

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Being a mom comes with ups and downs, but being a fun mom is good for both you and your kiddos. Surely, you remember the days when you had a good sense of humor, right? Lighten up with these ridiculously funny school jokes, or add one in a note insid... Read full article

Get a Life

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You used to never to be able to do anything at all without my help and now you have a “life?” What gives? Some things are starting to change in my life as my kids get older and start having their own things to do. It’s always been that there wasn’t a... Read full article

Parent vs. Teacher: Solving Conflicts in the Classroom

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Parent-Teacher Conferences aren't always a walk in the park. Make sure you know all of the facts before taking action.... Read full article

Accidentally at Home

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It is easy for me to start to resent this season. But I am beginning to realize what a pity it would be to let this season of life sweep by in disappointment and miss the moments I am gifted with.... Read full article

PTSD Awareness Month

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June offers an opportunity to teach the public about PTSD and effective treatments, which allows family and friends of those who experience a trauma to recognize symptoms and help them find adequate care.... Read full article

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