Children Learn What They Live
Resources

Here are some resources to help you
navigate your parenting path
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Addiction Center
www.AddictionCenter.com/Addiction/How-Addiction-Affects-The-Family
Information and treatment options for families suffering from substance abuse.

BabyCenter     www.babycenter.com
"The world's #1 partner in parenting"

Bullying     www.thewatermelonshield.ca
Simple visual tool and meaningful book to help children cope with bullying behaviors

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
www.cdc.gov/ncbddd/childdevelopment/
The sites Child Development section offers positive parenting tips for children from birth to 17 years, plus additional information.

Consumer Notice  
https:// www.consumernotice.org/products/child-safety/
Child safety guide that covers baby-proofing, food safety basics, toy risks and more.

Kids Health    www.kidshealth.org
From general health to illnesses to nutrition and fitness.

National Parenting Education Network    www.npen.org
Encourages information sharing, development and networking opportunities for parents.

Parents   www.parents.com
Pregnancy, birth, babies, parenting, news, fun and more.

The Bump      www.thebump.com
Pregnancy, parenting and baby information

The Recovery Village    
https://www.therecoveryvillage.com/teen-addiction/  
Dedicated to helping teens struggling with substance abuse and co-occurring disorders into recovery.

Sunshine Behavioral Health
https://sunshinebehavioralhealth.com/vaping/
A guide to types and effects of vaping, why teens vape, how to discuss dangers with teens, and more.

Tuck   www.tuck.com and
            https://www.tuck.com/children-sleep-disorders/
Getting a good nights sleep for parents and children

Your DNA   https://yourdna.com/genetic-resources-pregnancy/    
                      https://yourdna.com/safe-healthy-pregnancy-resources/
Resources for expectant mothers and genetic information






'Quotables'
"Sometimes 'holding back' works quite well. "
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Children Learn What They Live
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'Quotables'
"Pass out appreciations daily to your children -
​they are your free gift to well being.”