Tag Archives: gifts

Gratitude Paradox: Teaching What Works


By Jackie Saulmon Ramirez | November 26, 2014 Halloween is when the first inklings of holiday music appear but Thanksgiving is the true ready-set-go that unleashes the December frenzy. Many parents feel powerless to do anything but go with the … Continue reading

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How Not To Have A One-Year-Old’s Birthday Party


Have you ever offered to help a friend in need and then been terribly sorry later? By Jackie Saulmon Ramirez | October 10, 2013 Lacey, one of the mothers in my Parents Anonymous group, announced her son Paul’s birthday party … Continue reading

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Much Needed Gifts


Children need many, many gifts from their parents. Are your kids getting enough from you? The kinds of gifts are not what you might think. I’m not talking about cell phones, iPods, game systems and free-reign. I’m talking about gifts … Continue reading

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