Monthly Archives: October 2014

It’s a bird, it’s a plane…no, it’s a helicopter parent!!

By Elizabeth Wine In today’s world where media and culture tend to warn us of perceived doom and gloom, parents have had the tendency to become very overprotective. Yes, there is value to keeping your child safe, but what about … Continue reading

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Please help bring awareness to pregnancy loss

By Jennifer Primeaux When people share their pregnancy, they may post status updates and ultrasound pictures on Facebook, send baby shower invites in the mail, explain detailed plans about maternity leave, decide what color to paint the nursery, and have … Continue reading

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Immigration

By Diane Cunday-Allen Immigration. Just say the word in an everyday conversation and it can turn heated. For centuries people have immigrated to this country, most likely one of your relatives. My grandfather studied genealogy, so I am certain, my … Continue reading

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