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Archive for July 2014

Adjusting to School is Difficult

When a child is getting ready to go back to school after having the summer off, is going to a new school or entering school for the first time, it is important to remember this is a difficult time. Children worry about many things. Sometimes children worry about getting lost, will anybody like me, what…

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Center for Sexual Health offers hope to offenders and others

NEWTON, Kan. (July 22, 2014) — It’s a family problem, a social problem and, in many cases, a community problem. But it’s one often silenced or relegated to the back burner. For “James” (not his real name), age 49, his problem simmered for years until he was accused of crossing sexual boundaries with a child.…

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Why It Is Important to Know if You Are a Family Caregiver

A growing trend nationally is the increasing number of family caregivers. Providing care to a loved one is becoming more commonplace as people continue to live longer lives. According to the National Alliance for Caregiving and AARP, 67.5 million caregivers made up 29 percent of the United States population in November 2012. In the same…

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