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When & How to Talk to My Child About Pornography | Parent Cue Blog

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When and How to Talk to My Child about Pornography

It may be accidental, or it may be on purpose, but the odds are that porn will at one time be a part of your child’s development. Read More
What Parenting Looks Like for Multiracial Families | Parent Cue

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Yes, They’re Mine: What Parenting Looks Like for Multi-Racial Families

Children see what is most important. They see past skin color. Beyond that, they will also see the commonalities that unite us. Read More

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How to Survive Divorce as a Parent

Now there’s a fun title, huh? Fun or not, it’s an important one.  You’ve probably heard that in our country, about half of all marriages end in divorce. But what you may not have caught wind of yet is that January 2021… Read More

Character and Values | Family Life | High School (9th-12th) | Special Topics

How Can I Get My High Schooler to Open Up to Me?

My husband and I have three children—ages 23, 21, and 18. One boy and two girls. And they all talk to us . . . a lot. We often get asked, “How did you get your kids to open up to you… Read More

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3 Ways to Show Up for Foster Families in Your Community

For most people, asking for help may be something that’s looked at as a last-resort option. Three years ago I would have included myself in that group. I consider myself a rather self-sufficient, reliant, and dependable person.  As I’ve shared in previous… Read More