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Spirituality and Mental Health


For those of you who are Christian, I hope you have had a wonderful Easter Sunday. For those of you who are not, I still hope you've had a wonderful Sunday.

In light of today being Easter, I'm sharing a some reading about spirituality and mental health. Whether your family practices a particular religion or not, I hope you will find this article thought-provoking.

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Parenting Trends – Are You In or Are You Out?


I'm not a really trendy person in general. In fact, you might call me pretty square. As a parent, trends have certainly surrounded me. However, I often found myself falling into the same rut. Or, perhaps I just followed my own trend with great consistency?

I'm sure many of you have found yourself in a parenting rut, I mean "your own parenting trend". Sometimes it's interesting to stick your...
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Family Mental Health Around The Web #12


My recent post on family addiction issues has prompted me to check for online resources about the family violence.  I was pleased to find several websites to share.  These were all found with just a search for "family violence resources" if you would like to explore further on your own.

Office for Victims of Crime

In the age of computers, you can't be too careful when it comes to violence...
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Family Mental Health Around The Web #11


Greetings everyone.  Today's Around The Web is about talking with your kids.  Yes, you know how to talk, but do you feel uncomfortable talking about highly personal or difficult topics like sex or drugs and alcohol?  You wouldn't be alone if you did.

You may also need to take a look at your general style of communication to make sure you are setting the stage for healthy exchange of ideas and...
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Family Mental Health Around the Web, Issue #3

Happy weekend, everyone. I have another installment of Family Mental Health Around the Web ready for you to enjoy. Today I'm bringing you a website about kids' health and another about mental health information and advocacy:



is a website created by Nemours, a large non-profit children's health organization. The website is divided into three main areas - for parents, for teens, and for kids. The great thing here is that each section is written for the age level of the reader. It's...
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