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Is there a way to medicate my teenager without him knowing about it?

My 15-year-old son refuses to take concerta 54 mg prescribed to him by his doctor. Is there a way to put it in his system without him knowing about it? No, I would not advise this at all. I would … Continue reading

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My 11-year-old daughter is lying and stealing and I feel powerless.

My daughter is 11, and I have been having a very difficult time with her for the past few months. My husband works a lot and I feel like I am doing this on my own. She is an only … Continue reading

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My daughter is lying so much I no longer trust her.

Our eight-year-old daughter has been developing a terrible trend of sneaking, lying and taking things from classmates (and then lying about where they came from). It is terrible, but now I hardly believe a word she says. She is well … Continue reading

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What should you tell your kids if they were conceived in a “non traditional” way?

Many older women who’ve had trouble conceiving have used donor eggs (and sometimes sperm too) to conceive. Though they’ve given birth to their children, they’re not genetically linked to them. Should they tell their children? And when? In the case … Continue reading

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