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Tip #38 No Mean No and Stop Means Stop NOW

By: Peter Sessum I have said it before, one lesson I learned in the Army is that pets, privates and children all have one thing in common. If you are not in charge, they are. But it is more than … Continue reading

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Tip #34: Extreme Parenting, Bad for You, Bad for Baby

The recent Time magazine cover and article has brought breast feeding and extreme parenting into the national discussion. (The dad’s perspective is noticeably absent.) My advice, especially for dads, is not to get distracted by the sensational and focus on … Continue reading

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Tip#15: Careful What Precedent You Set

You really have to watch what you teach your kid. This can be a tough one because it means a lot of self reflection best done before the kid is born. It also means keeping a close eye on your … Continue reading

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Tip #1: There can only be one Alpha

As a sergeant in the Army I had a saying, “Pets, privates and children all have one thing in common. If you aren’t in charge, they are.” This is true, all three need boundaries. If you don’t aren’t the one … Continue reading

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