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    Should Schools Allow Students to Have Cell Phones? - Kristen Houghton
    If you ask me if a child should have a cell phone, I will answer yes without any hesitation. I think children today need a cell phone simply for safety sake. There are phone plans and parental restrictions to suit all needs.
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    The Joys of Raising a Teenage Daughter - bluangel7
    If someone were to ask me if I were honestly happy with my life and all that I have accomplished, I would have to say yes. Oh sure, there are days I am not too impressed with my life, like when my teenage daughter throws one of her hissy fits about something I have done, her stepfather has done, or her little sister has done, but, I try to remember she is 14 going on 30.
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    Focus for Kids: Games to Improve Your Child's Concentration - Keesa Renee DuPre
    Kids have trouble concentrating. It's a fact of life. More and more children these days are being labeled ADD or ADHD, when in fact, they're just being normal kids. Drugs may lull them into compliant stupor, but why drug your kid when there's another option available?
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    Why Women Stay With Cheating Husbands - Kristen Houghton
    We see her on the news, in the flash of cameras, a well-dressed attractive, women standing beside her husband as he addresses the media. With sad, haunted eyes, she hears her husband state that he has been unfaithful to her.
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    Teenagers and the Struggle For Identity - Seth Mullins
    “Who am I?” is a question oft-repeated by teenagers, though they may not voice it out loud or use precisely those words. One of the biggest challenges that they face during the transition between childhood and adulthood is this struggle with their own sense of identity. For one thing, it seems to constantly shift: they may act one way with a particular group of peers and completely different with another.
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    Teaching Teens Responsibility - Deborah Crawford
    Many parents bemoan the fact that their teens are irresponsible. They do not keep their room clean, they’re lackadaisical about homework, and they haven’t sent a thank you note since they learned cursive writing.
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    Would You Remarry Your Ex-Spouse? - Kristen Houghton
    Checking our snail-mail at home, I saw a beautifully inscribed wedding invitation. It was from a divorced couple I knew. They were re-marrying each other. “Come share our happiness as we celebrate our love in our “re-marriage” with a renewal of our original marriage vows.”
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    Five Reasons Why Co-Parenting is the Best Option in Most Circumstances - Faizan Artani
    Divorce can be extremely difficult, but when a divorce includes arranging custody for children, matters can seem even more stressful. Every court and family attorney will advise, wherever possible, that parents share the responsibilities and custody of their children.
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