Tag Archives: gender

Great (and Not So Great) Expectations


Expectations can either elevate or deflate us, depending on how it comes into play. By Jackie Saulmon Ramirez | November 19, 2014 In my Parents Anonymous Group, the topic of expectations came up for discussion after a parent called their … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Raising Gender-Able Children


Gender roles are  often in the news but I wonder if we are talking about it enough with spouses and children. By Jackie Saulmon Ramirez | July 11, 2013 Back in May I discussed child discipline and child abuse with a … Continue reading

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Your Children and the Choice to Remain Childless


By Jackie Saulmon Ramirez | November 21, 2012 This holiday there will be many discussions around the dinner table about the past election and the different issues that captured the nation’s attention. The deficit and spending, jobs and the economy, … Continue reading

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