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Positive vs. Popular Role Models

By Elizabeth Wine The majority of Americans have probably heard about or seen footage of Miley Cyrus’ latest escapades.  Not only are some of her choices disturbing, she is also in the position to influence children and teens. The media … Continue reading

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Ways to help children affected by domestic violence

By Michelle Scheu In the 16th century, Martin Luther said, “Nothing good ever comes of violence.” 500 years later, I think that statement still rings true, especially in families and especially where children are concerned. We tend to think about … Continue reading

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The Many Pressures of Parenting

By Elizabeth Wine Parenting in today’s culture is no easy task.  There are a multitude of people who judge parenting styles—your neighbor, your in-laws, your best friend, clerks at the grocery store, media personalities, and the list goes on.  Sometimes, … Continue reading

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