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photo of ME's adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) guest, Dr. Nadine Burke Harris

We’ve known that adversity and trauma in childhood have long-term effects on mental health and well-being. But in recent years, groundbreaking research on adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) has demonstrated the long-term consequences for physical health, including heart disease, lung disease and cancer.   As a pediatrician, Dr. Nadine Burke Harris confronted the effects of early…

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photo of ME's role of parents in education guest, Jim Baumann

What is the role of parents in education and what can we do to support our children’s school success? How can we tell if our children’s school is meeting their educational needs? And what is our part in building effective family-school partnerships to optimize the learning experience for our child and others?   Jim Baumann…

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Your Questions About Grandparenting Answered We're sitting down with Dr. Marti Erickson of Mom Enough to answer your questions about being a grandparent. Posted by Next Avenue on Thursday, February 8, 2018   Watch as Marti answers questions about being a grandparent!   She offers countless suggestions for grandparents’ concerns related to: – Supporting a…

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 As parents, when we encounter a daily hassle or stressor, like our partner getting home late or our child not doing what we asked of him or her, it often triggers our overwhelming sense of responsibility. There are three ways that we can react to these triggers.   Watch as Erin describes the three…

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photo of ME's STEM learning guest, Yvonne Ng

In today’s world, STEM skills (science, technology, engineering and math skills) are hugely important to academic success and career prospects. Yet, as parents, many of us are at a loss as to how to support our children’s STEM learning, especially if we think we lack those crucial skills ourselves.   But this week’s Mom Enough…

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