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We wanted to share an article written  for The Washington Post by Patricia Dalton, Clinical Psychologist, Paul Anderson Family Strong Center.  Written in 2007, possibly even more relevant today . There's been a fundamental...

When I was a small child, my dad looked for ways to spend time with me.  One of my fondest memories involved us going fishing together.  He carefully taught me to tie a fisherman’s knot, so the fish hook wouldn’t come off...

“We are just so busy.  “We don’t have time.  “I just can’t balance it all. Have you ever said anything that sounds like that?  Chances are we all have because we’re all trying to “do it all.  If you’re not...

A few tips on limiting the time children spend on tech devices As the weather gets cooler, children and teens tend to spend more time inside, and that often results in time glued to a computer, iPad, and other tech...

What can I tell you about my journey to becoming a middle-aged man?  Well, it has not been marked by the stereotypical crisis that leads to purchasing a new car, though I have been eyeing a new bike (the type you pedal) for a...

It’s not always easy to talk about parenting.   It’s a lot like religion or politics—people prefer to avoid the topic in an effort not to offend someone.  We fear we will appear judgmental or too opinionated.  The...

Do you have nomophobia?  What in the world is nomophobia you might be asking, as I did, but I think I may have it.  We know a phobia is a fear and from the perspective of psychology, a type of anxiety.  The amount...

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