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The 11 Things New Parents Bring Up The Most In Therapy

“One of the greatest issues new parents bring to therapy is the issue of losing quality time with each other. The new baby is very demanding of their time, especially that of the new mother. Parents’ emotional, physical, sexual and spiritual intimacy are often challenged and sometimes threatened by the …

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A practical education to water conservation for children

There are many ways to enjoy getting out and about in the company of our rivers, whether strolling along the banks of the Barrow, kayaking down the Avonmore or fishing on the Moy. It’s initially a little harder to grasp the delight of stepping “instream”, directly into cold water, to …

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The time has come for Kansas City to fund pre-K education

Over the past month, there have been several articles, an editorial and letters to the editor regarding Mayor Sly James’ proposal to raise Kansas City’s sales tax, with the proce to be dedicated to quality early learning for our 4- and 5-year-old children. There are aspects concerning the effort that …

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Education saved my life

NEW YORK — My family was murdered before I could tie my shoes. As a young boy in Sierra Leone, years that should have been playful and carefree were spent fighting in someone else’s war. For me, childhood was a nightmare; escape always seemed impossible. But when the war officially …

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Parents say sex life worse after having kids – survey

Mattress company Leesa surveyed more than 950 parents to find out how their sex lives had changed after having children. What they found might be news to some, but it’s what tired, overworked parents knew all along – we’re getting too little sex and too little sleep. They initially asked …

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Undeterred by lack of classrooms, Indonesian children get an education

Elementary school students in Pong Kolong, a village in West Manggarai regency of East Nusa Tenggara province, study in a dilapidated building. (Photo by Johnny M/ucanews.com) Since it was established, SMP Negeri 10, a state-run junior high school in Indonesia’s East Nusa Tenggara province has suffered from one major problem — there is no actual school. Founded in 2013 to serve the …

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Parents, heed Janet Museveni’s call and feed school children

Nearly four decades later, Uganda has done better on all indices of development. Life expectancy has leaped from 40 to 63 years, under five mortality reduced to 64/1,000 live births and infant mortality rate is now at 43/1000 live births. For the health sector, tremendous achievements have been realised in …

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Rich or poor, every child has a right to a quality education

The funding system for public schools in the United States relies heavily on local property taxes. Property values vary considerably from neighborhood to neighborhood, district to district. This means that children who may need the most help in school in fact receive the least, since they live in areas with …

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