How to Care for a Caregiver When It’s Overwhelming

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Stuck in your car and it is sub zero out – what you need to know!

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Logan Paul isn’t the problem, he’s a symptom

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5 Essential Items for Surviving After School Sports Programs

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4 Conversations You Must Have With Your Tween

So much focus is put on teens and the issues they’re dealing with that the impressionable ‘tweens are often overlooked. Too many parents think that their nine, ten and eleven year olds are too young to know about many of these issues. Don’t fool yourself – they’re hearing about them in school and in the […]

Fight Against Alzheimer’s Becomes National Priority Today

Fight Against Alzheimer’s Becomes National Priority Today With National Alzheimer’s Plan As the daughter of an Alzheimer’s patient I’m thrilled to learn that the Obama administration today will announce a major initiative to combat this disease which is quickly becoming a national epidemic and already effects 5.4 million Americans. The goal is to have effective […]

Special Needs Fair & Bone Marrow Drive this Sunday at the Wilton YMCA

1st Annual Special Needs Fair and Bone Marrow Drive this Sunday at the Wilton YMCA If you are the parent of a special needs child in the Fairfield County area, come by the Wilton YMCA this Sunday, May 20th, from  1- 4P to get the latest information on health care, new treatments, education, community support, […]

Junior Seau’s death needs to be a wake-up call for high school athletes

Even if you’re not a football fan, the suicide of NFL legend Junior Seau is shocking and tragic.  Here was a guy who had it all and was regarded as one of the greatest of all time.  As soon as I heard it was suicide the first thing that came to my mind was that another […]

Summer Sun Safety Tips & A Chance to Win Episencial Sunny Sunscreen

For many of us, it feels like summer is already here and that’s certainly a treat for those of us who live in the Northeast.  My kids have been going to school dressed in shorts for at least two weeks now.  Now that your kids will be spending more time outside, keep these safety tips in […]

Why I Want To Rip President Barbie’s Head Off

  Last week Mattel hosted a major press conference in New York City and announced that Barbie was running for President of the United States.  Yes, the blonde icon with the body that launched many an eating disorder was, as the press release announced, “standing on her own two feet” and announcing her candidacy.  Apparently […]

Toyota of Stamford & Alison Rhodes Team Up to Promote Safe Driving

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Michele Bennett 203-246-7859 Toyota of Stamford and National Family Safety Expert Alison Rhodes Team Up to Promote Safe Driving Stamford, CT – April 12, 2012 — It was announced today that Toyota of Stamford has partnered with national family safety expert Alison Rhodes, The Safety Mom, to help promote safe […]

Should screaming, unruly children be removed from planes?

A Rhode Island family was kicked off a Jet Blue flight from Turks and Caicos last month after their 2-year old was having a tantrum.  The couple was travelling with the 2 year-old Natalie, who was struggling and screaming, and her 3 year old sister Cecilia. The couple managed to hold down Natalie and get […]

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