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Ways To Foster Self-Acceptance

Most people see newborn babies as cute bundles of joy symbolizing hope for the future. Unfortunately, some adults are so challenged in life that they cannot see hope in an infant – not even their own. That was true for the mother of A.K. “Kim”... Read More

#EveBeforeNewYearsEve – Late Night Parents

805PM – Dr Derek Ochiai @Dr DerekOchiai joins us to talk about the Peyton Manning / Al Jazeera story that continues to grow legs. Since, Dr. Ochiai is a DIE-HARD NY JETS fans — we’ll talk about this weekend’s game against the Buffalo Bills. Dr.... Read More

Top 5 Ways to Teach Your Kids to Give and Receive in the Holiday Spirit

At this time of year, there is a particular daily dilemma that confronts families because of the commercialization of Christmas, Hanukkah and Kwanzaa. To help parents know how to emphasize love over material things during the holiday season, Wear the... Read More

Micro Aggressions

By Linda Mornell After many years in private practice, my experience is that we, all of us, tend to find what we are looking for: unconsciously. For example, the young woman who comes to me because she wants to find a man to marry – yet deep down... Read More

5 Tips For Staying (Almost) Stress Free During The Holidays

The calendar doesn’t lie and already you may feel the stress starting to build. The holidays are approaching, bringing with them a flurry of must-accomplish tasks such as baking, shopping, entertaining, traveling and dealing with eccentric family... Read More

New Device Lets You Be There for Mom & Dad

Hi-tech wellness monitor allows children to keep watchful eye on elderly parents via smartphone Our parents have cared for us all of their lives. Now, for those of us with parents of advancing age, it’s our turn to care for them. But what are the... Read More

The Bunny Burrow Buyer’s Book: A Tale of Rabbit Real Estate – @POWkidsbooks

By Steve Light********************* Mr. and Mrs. Rabbit are having baby bunnies, and their burrow-for-two is just too small to accommodate a growing family. Time to call the forest real estate agent! Like most humans, the Rabbits look at a lot of... Read More

Simple Steps to Relieve Holiday Cooking Stress

Got Holiday Cooking Stress? Catering expert shares five simple tips to avoid anxiety and impress your guests While the holiday season is generally a happy time of year, it does bring about some stress. Whether it is battling the shopping mall crowd,... Read More

Appy Holiday 2015 – Top 5 Apps for Guys

It’s that time again…to rate the best apps of the year! We all know some guys need as much help as possible so check out below to see which apps made the cut. 1. Wolfpack App – Our top pick of the year! As seen on Nightline, KTLA, Vice... Read More

Medical Marijuana Uses and its Drawbacks

Medical Marijuana Use Problematic Even Where Legal Insurance Issues and Bureaucracy Can Create Roadblocks, Doctor Says Medical marijuana is now legal in 23 states and the District of Columbia, but that doesn’t mean it’s always clear sailing for... Read More

Ways Parents Can Use Toys to Promote Learning

Toys And Unstructured Playtime Promote More Than Just Fun Children Thrive When Imagination Is Allowed To Flourish, Experts Say A child maneuvering toy cars down an imaginary highway in his backyard appears to be doing little other than having a good... Read More

Health Coaching is on the Rise

Growing Field Of Health Coaching Provides Alluring Opportunity For Job Hunters Flexible Schedules And An Increased Demand Make It A Desirable Career Patients experience it routinely. A scheduled visit with a physician seems to be set to a timer. The... Read More

Best Hotel Rewards Program @wallethub

Hotel rewards programs are important, both to the travelers who join them and to the chains that run them. Roughly 18% of frequent travelers become loyal to a given hotel brand primarily because of its rewards program, according to Deloitte, and the... Read More

I finally made the switch from 2K (HD) to 4K (UHD)!

I have my daily iMessage chat w/my buddies on various topics. Yesterday, we’re talking TVs, man-caves and streaming technology.  My last upgrade was Christmas 2009 – when I received a Samsung LED 55inch screen.  A heckuva upgrade from... Read More

#Beta – Late Night Parents

Join Ted Hicks (Dad, Husband & Son) as he moderates the #LNPShow that discusses the latest trends and game changers in parenting, technology, education, sports & product reviews. 805p Rebecca Berman — @RebeccaBermanTV talks about her show... Read More

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