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It's Okay to Grieve: Foster Parents & Reunification

It's Okay to Grieve: Foster Parents & Reunification

Read one honest letter from a foster parent about building relationships with biological families and the work involved toward reunification.

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Six Common Foster Care Myths

Six Common Foster Care Myths

Making the decision to open your home to youth in foster care isn't easy, and it isn't made any easier when you hear some of the misperceptions about foster care that can be found on the internet. Learn about the truth about the six most common myths about foster care.

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3 Tips to Save Your Relationship from Conflict

3 Tips to Save Your Relationship from Conflict

Every relationship has conflict - that's normal. Our free ShowMe Healthy Relationships classes helps couples communicate and understand each other better to successfully deal with conflict when it arises.

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How to Be a Great Parent in a Co-Parent Relationship

How to Be a Great Parent in a Co-Parent Relationship

The key to successful co-parenting is to separate personal feelings from the co-parenting relationship. Having both parents play an active role in their children’s daily lives is the best way to ensure your child’s needs are met. For the sake of your child’s well-being, follow these guidelines.

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Teaching Emotional Management at Home

Teaching Emotional Management at Home

Do you remember a time when your emotions got the best of you? Social emotional learning is comprised of the skills we use to recognize and manage our own emotions as well as recognize emotions in others. There are may ways to help teach children these skills, including the Emotion Color Wheel.

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