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Tweet ARCHIVED ARTICLES – SHARONKAMEL.COM There is so much going on, your body is changing, you have so many choices, what to buy, when to sleep, what to eat. It can be overwhelming. Here is a snapshot of some things to expect when you are expecting. Share0Share0Share0Share0Share0 Tweet ...

Tweet Adults and children alike have fears. Fear is something we all experience because it’s a built in protective measure that helps us avoid or predict danger. But when your child has fears that interrupt sleep, or daily activities, what can you do to help? They don’t have to be severe fears to change the way your child behaves. The top five fears for younger children are: 5- Doctor 4- War 3- Personal Danger 2- Loss of a Parent 1- Divorce And though your own child may...

Tweet Keep reading for why your college-aged kid is testing the limits and why you may need to change your frame of mind. Remember what it felt like to reach your 18th birthday, or the first time you lived or traveled on your own? To a teenager who has grown up with rules, curfews and obligations to parents, that feeling of inching closer to grown-up status is indescribable....

Tweet A school memory box is a safe place to keep your child’s artwork, accomplishments and memories throughout each school year. There are many ways to make a memory box — from an easy organized space to a more involved DIY project, which is perfect for older kids and parents to make together. This easy family tradition can be done yearly and becomes an organizational tool for you and your child to keep prized possessions from his childhood. Possessions you can both reflect...

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