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As parents, we often have strong reactions to the idea of medicating our children because of emotional or behavioral problems. But, as this week’s Mom Enough guest knows, medication sometimes can free a child to learn and play and thrive. Child and adolescent psychiatrist Dr. Elizabeth Reeve joins Marti & Erin for a thoughtful and…

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As we ease toward spring and start to dream of summer, many Minnesota kids are looking forward to camp as part of their summer fun. But how do you know if your child is ready to leave you and head off into the woods for a week or more? And if your child is a…

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A majority of new moms – and a fair number of dads – experience what is commonly known as the “baby blues.” But when the sadness and emotional turmoil last for more than two weeks, it’s time for professional help to determine if this is more than a passing period of adjustment. In this week’s…

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Mom Enough hosts Marti & Erin have heard from a lot of parents who get frustrated with always being the disciplinarian while their partner is the “fun parent.” In fact, Marti & Erin occasionally have complained that they more often get stuck in the “tough guy role” than the dads of their kids do. But,…

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Children need to develop a sense of being able to master a variety of daily living skills so they will feel competent to navigate tough situations when the time comes, she said. “Parents have a big responsibility during those early elementary years,” Marti said. “They have to work with their kids on things like time…

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