Category: Parenting

Navigating life’s difficult situations

Question 1) Counseling is the only thing that can possibly save our marriage. My husband feels that our relationship is our business and not that of a stranger.  I see little point in going by myself. I’m about to give … Continue reading

Is work fun?

While shopping with my family a few weeks ago I noticed a recruitment poster for a local clothing store.  “You’re cool. We’re fun. Let’s work together.”  I took a picture of that ad, because I wasn’t sure that anyone would … Continue reading

Get ready for the “Dr. Mom Squad!”

Today the Dayton Children’s blog is excited to introduce its newest team of bloggers…. The Dr. Mom Squad! Since December 2011, Dr. Melissa King has been blogging for Dayton Children’s as “Dr. Mom,” but this summer she is going to … Continue reading

Can Parents Learn Anything from the Navy Seals?

Mark Owen’s book “No Easy Day” is more than a story about the Navy Seal operation that resulted in the death of Osama Bin Laden. It is a testimony to the passion of a group of soldiers who placed country … Continue reading

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