Category Archives: Middle Childhood

Fathers are Important to their Children’s Development!

Years ago in graduate school I wrote a paper about the importance of a father on a daughter’s development. This topic was important to me because I knew that my own father had a very positive influence on my life. … Continue reading

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What Kids Think About School

It is that old familiar back-to-school season… Everyone is anxious in anticipation of a new school year… The classroom is second only to the home in the important tasks of teaching young people cooperation, developing good moral habits, conveying a … Continue reading

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Children, Technology, and Addiction

Recently I attended a professional workshop by Dr. Kimberly Young, Founder and Director of the Center for Internet Addiction Recovery and Netaddiction.com. Dr. Young has developed many quizzes and videos and prepared numerous checklists and informational pamphlets which can be found … Continue reading

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