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Divorce & Family Challenges

Redefining Father’s Day after my husband’s arrest

By Kristen Boulard
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Resilience

Creating a new normal after 9/11

By Denise Olsen
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Divorce & Family Challenges

Getting Through Family Crises

Divorce, struggling to have children, family rejection-challenges like these can be disorienting and devastating. Here you can connect with others who are going through the same thing.

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Health, Illness & Injury

Finding new appreciation for Mother's Day after illness

By Jennifer Holmstoen Lee
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Divorce & Family Challenges

“I was left with a choice: be the real me or die.”

By Ashley Rea
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Resilience

Celebrating Mother’s Day with two dads

By Jean Azar-Tanguay
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Grief & Loss

Becoming a mother, after losing mine

By Sarah Rasheed
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TrevorSpace

A community where LGBTQ youth can connect with others and discuss issues related to discrimination and identity.

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"Joe Primo on Supporting Grieving Children – Option B"

The CEO of Good Grief—and a former hospice chaplain—shares strategies to help children cope with the death of a loved one and make sense of tragedy.

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How to Raise Successful Kids Without Overparenting VIDEO – Option B

Former Stanford dean Julie Lythcott-Haims encourages parents to stop defining their children's success via grades and test scores and instead focus on developing self-efficacy.

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How to Help Kids Grieve: Embrace the Process VIDEO – Option B

Good Grief's Joe Primo, a former hospice chaplain and an expert on how to help children grieve, explains why we should embrace the process of grieving—and how the experience can lead to a richer life.

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Family Toolkit: Coping with a Loved One’s Incarceration

These resources from Sesame Street provide caregivers with advice for coping as a family and talking with children about the incarceration of a loved one.

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Why Accepting your LGBTQ Child Matters—And How to Start

Parents want their children to be happy, healthy, and safe. If your child comes out to you as LGBTQ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, or queer), that may or may not be something you imagined or feel prepared for—but your acceptance really matters to their health and safety.

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Share the gift of empathy with your kids

There’s something about the holiday season that brings out the spirit of generosity. In addition to making things a bit brighter for others—and helping us feel good in turn—this season of doing good gives us a way to teach children a lesson in caring for others.

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How to Support a Friend Estranged from Family – Option B

Many adult children and their parents are estranged from one another, meaning they choose to put distance between themselves. Here’s how you can help a friend who is not close with their family and support them through a difficult Father’s Day.

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