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  1. Family Life
    Having "The Talk" isn't easy for any parent. But for parents who want to find books about bodies, puberty, and sexuality that are inclusive of LGBTQ+ identities, it's even harder. As a queer person myself, I've always tried to raise my kids in an open and inclusive way. I want to make sure that...
  2. Preteens and Teens
    As a parent, it is sometimes hard to experience children's disappointments in their everyday lives.  If you have a child between the ages of 9 and 14, we, as a group of developmental researchers at American University, are interested in understanding more about the impact children's sometimes...
  3. Preteens and Teens
    I have notice in my past career as a childcare teacher that as children get older, the amount of children enrolled in after school care drops. I understand that a lot of this has to do with age but I still believe that children in and around the middle school age still need some supervision...
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