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Should You Post Pictures Of Children Online?

Most people give no thought whatsoever to posting pictures of their children online. They are proud of their kids, they love them…so why not show the world how wonderful they are so others can enjoy each milestone too? Plus, Grandma and Auntie [...]
Podcast: Oh Grow Up: Toddlers To Preteens Decoded

Podcast: Oh Grow Up: Toddlers To Preteens Decoded

Listen Here: Kathy Fray is a best-selling author from New Zealand. As a respected midwife her book OH BABY … Birth, Babies & Motherhood Uncensored is her country’s No.1 selling guide to childbirth and infants. Kathy discusses parenting [...]
Street Safe Kids

Podcast: Street Safe Kids

Listen Here: Stephanie Mann has been a crime and violence prevention specialist for 39 years and has authored five prevention books including her most recent, Street Safe Kids, which is written for parents, grandparents, teachers and coaches [...]
Piranha Yama & The Art of Non-biting

Podcast: Piranha Yama & The Art of Non-biting

Listen Here: Dr. Bill Kalatsky is a New York City based Chiropractor, Energy Worker, Educator and author who focuses on freeing up energy and patterns in the mind, body and spirit. His first children’s adventure book titled, “Piranha [...]
Podcast: Reading & Writing Helps Children Grieve

Podcast: Reading & Writing Helps Children Grieve

Listen Here: Barbara Donsky is author of Veronica’s Grave: A Daughter’s Memoir, a former professional children’s reading specialist who discusses her book with us today and how reading can help children cope with trauma. Reading & [...]

Podcast: How Does Childhood Shape The Ability To Love?

Listen Here: Today’s JenningsWire podcast guest is writer, Carrie Herzner, who when burdened by the suggestion that her genetics and upbringing were to blame for the failure of her marriage, chronicled her journey of discovery as she reconnected [...]

Know Your Team

You need at least one expert team to help you achieve your goals, and you may need many to reach success. Think about all the teams you have in place now. Your work, doctor’s office, grocery store, coffee shop all function as teams that serve [...]

Four Personal Keys to Kick Off Your Year

It’s easy to kick off your year focusing on the big stuff you want to accomplish. You’ll find plenty of encouragement to make vast goals so you can attain great things, but as a coach I know that making big goals alone usually ends up [...]

Divorced or Separated With Kids? Here Are 3 Tips for Helping Them Through This Holiday Season

The holiday season seems to come upon us earlier and earlier each year. Even before Thanksgiving, I started to notice all of the signs — colorful lights strung in front of houses, a glimpse of lit trees through windows and cheerful holiday [...]

A Holiday Tip: Home Is Where Civility Is…

The holidays can be a fun loving time and a chance to create some beautiful new memories. In contrast, the holidays can be a stressed filled season reminiscent of arguments from the ghosts of Christmas past.  MSN Travel reports that over 100 [...]

Domestic Violence and Baby Boomers

October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Which means that the media will be featuring many stories to bring awareness of and support for this devastating and insidious problem. You may read about the estranged husband murdering [...]

Summer Time- Civil Time?

Summer Time- Civil Time? Ever wonder why your kid is a bully OR how your kid is the one who is the target? Sorry to say, parents should look in the mirror.  The first messages and lessons come from parents. Children look to parents to know [...]

Forget About Me I Love You

I can’t say the phrase “Forget About Me I Love You”* is mine – Dr. Timothy Lau, a Canadian psychiatrist used it in the course of a conversation about happiness I had with him a couple of years ago. At the time, I was taken by it – [...]

Releasing A Child Into The World

One of the hardest parts about being a parent is letting go. We don’t pay too much attention when our children are babies that one day we will have to release them into the world to start their lives on their own. The only thing we really [...]

Podcast: Parents! Learn How To Embrace Defiance

Listen Here: Dr. Beth Halbert is the author of Embracing Defiance, Helping Your Child Express their Unique Voice While Keeping Your Sanity. Known as America’s Teenologist, Dr. Beth shares how parents can embrace what they naturally want [...]

Women: The Ambassadors of Change

As women, change is second nature. It’s starts in the beginning. Sometimes before we even hit the double digits of age, barely finished playing with dolls, the transformation begins and suddenly why does my chest look different?  Wait, are [...]

Podcast: How to Pay for College Without Going Broke

Listen Here: Reecy Aresty is a college admissions/financial aid advisor since 1979, and author of the critically acclaimed book, How To Pay For College Without Going Broke.  For the past 36 years he has been showing families how to send [...]

Podcast: Persuasive Push vs. Shameless Shove: A New Parenting Paradigm

Listen Here: Siah Fried is a health and nutrition professor at a local community college and author of two books, Tales from Swankville: The Town May Be Fictional But The Problem Is For Real and her latest, Persuasive Push vs. Shameless [...]

Podcast: Solutions for Working Moms

Listen Here: Christy Largent is the author of 31 Positive Communication Skills for Women Devotional and host of Encouraging Words for Working Moms podcast where each week she interviews successful working moms to uncover their strategies, [...]

Podcast: Create Safe Communities

Listen Here: Stephanie Mann is the author of 5 crime prevention books including a teaching binder for community leaders. Since 1976, Stephanie has been a crime and violence prevention consultant working to strengthen families. Create Safe [...]

Podcast: Get Out Of The Way Of Your Kids’ Success

Listen Here: Dr. Joanie Connell is the author of Flying without a Helicopter: How to Prepare Young People for Work and Life. She is an organizational psychologist who has taken her knowledge and experience in working with organizational [...]

Podcast: Going Gypsy! From Empty Nest To No Nest At All

Listen Here: David and Veronica James are authors of Going Gypsy: One Couple’s Adventure from Empty Nest to No Nest at All, a warm, funny memoir about their decision to sell the nest, hit the highway and look at this phase of life [...]

Podcast: Fostering Self-Confidence In Kids

Listen Here: Dr. Frank Sileo is a NJ licensed psychologist and award winning author that will be discussing how to foster self confidence in children. His latest book is Don’t Put Yourself Down In Circus Town: A Story About Self-Confidence.  Fostering [...]

Equal Opportunity, NOT!

Laws demand that work places, services, schools and jobs be open and accessible to all people. Laws contain loopholes that drive millions of Americans to forgo opportunities and suffer a prejudice that goes unnoticed – except by those [...]

Podcast: It Takes A Family, A Cooperative Approach to Lasting Sobriety

Listen Here: Debra Jay is a nationally recognized addiction expert and the author of  It Takes a Family, A Cooperative Approach to Lasting Sobriety.  This book introduces the revolutionary concept of Structured Family Recovery™, a year-long [...]

Podcast: International Child-Centered Divorce Month

Listen Here: Rosalind Sedacca, is a CCT a Divorce & Parenting Coach and founder of the Child-Centered Divorce Network which provides valuable resources for parents. She is author of How Do I Tell the Kids about the Divorce?  Rosalind initiated [...]

Podcast: DistributionLand – How To Survive The New Retirement

Listen Here: Certified Financial Planner, Marty Higgins is the author of DistributionLand: A Retiree’s Survival Manual for Transitioning to a World of New Rules & Unexpected Dangers, and creator of The WealthCare Process, a financial [...]

Podcast: Helping Teens Lead Lives They Love

Listen Here: Podcast: Helping Teens Lead Lives They LoveHenna Hundal is an impassioned youth empowerment advocate, silence-breaker, and game changer. She is the lead host of Express Yourself! Teen Radio, the top-rated program on the VoiceAmerica [...]

Podcast: Highly Sensitive Kids

Listen Here: Maureen Healy is the award-winning author of Growing Happy Kids, The Energetic Keys to Indigo Kids and the upcoming book, Highly Sensitive Kids. Currently, she works with parents and their highly sensitive kids globally to help [...]

If Holiday Stress Is A Disease, The Virus Is Your Expectations

The holiday season steriotypically has always been portrayed as a time of fun, joy and warmth with family, friends and colleagues. But it can also be a time of pain and high expectations. And the inevitable disappointments that follow those [...]

Podcast: Living Beyond The Wig

Listen Here: Felicia M Hazzard is contributor to the book HERspectives, Rules and Tools that Build Successful Women: How I Created Work/Life Balance which features her memoir Living Beyond The Wig, the story of her experience living with breast [...]

Celebrate Each Day Like It’s Thanksgiving!

Life is not measured by the number of breaths you take, but by the number of moments that take your breath away. Why not celebrate each day as Thanksgiving by living with the spirit of the day? Why not live each day appreciating what we have [...]

Family Matters: When The Kids Opt Out Of Xmas

The eyes dim as we get older, but our vision is in some ways stronger, for all that experience helps us see what’s coming, right? Not always. How about when the kids decide they want to opt out of the holidays? Too much stress, they say. Too [...]

Whether You Are A Dog Person Or Not, This Blog Is For You

You probably have seen or heard about the Michael Vick Dogs. Remember that horrible chapter in life and the NFL when Vick went to prison for dog fighting. Best Friends Animal Sanctuary came to the forefront for many that had been unaware of [...]

Caught In The Middle, Again!

Are you ever caught in the middle of family conflict, trying to keep the peace between family members who just don’t get along? Are you the mediator, who is always put under a lot of stress, anxiety, heartache and even pain when you hear [...]