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Adopting On Your Own

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Lee Varon If you're considering adoption, you have many questions to ask or fears to address. How do you know if you're ready? Is your reason for adopting acceptable?

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Mowing Down Only-Child Myths

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For all the stories going around about only children, there sure are a lot of solid, happy adults who were raised solo. Explore the myths -- and facts -- about raising an only child.

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Raising Confident Sons Who Have Respect For Others

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Help him develop a strong sense of well-being and sensitivity to the needs and feeling of others.

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Health Tip: Symptoms of Autism

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With autism on the rise -- as many as 12 in every 10,000 children (boys more than girls) -- how can a parent tell if their child is autistic or if they have some other mental health disorder?

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Imaginary Friends: Should You Be Concerned?

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How to cope if Lizzie keeps inviting Tiffany for dinner -- and Tiffany doesn't exist.

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10 Questions: CNN's Soledad O'Brien

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This week, we profile CNN's Soledad O'Brien, a modern mom balancing a thriving career as one of America's top news anchors along with her four children under the age of six.

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Your Daughter Is Dating!

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Time to face the inevitable: Your teenage daughter no longer plays with Barbie, but dresses like her. And she's ready to date! Before you put your dating rules for your teen into effect, prepare yourself with these dating do's and don'ts designed for YOU.

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Benefits of Baby Massage

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Find out how Baby Massage is great for bonding with your child.

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