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Ana's Demons

Helping a child with bipolar disorder


By Julia Park Rodrigues



Let's Talk About S-E-X

Advice for fathers on that most uncomfortable of topics: Discussing it may help convince your children to wait till marriage.


By Walter Mueller

Unlikely Addict

An overachieving high school student's route into--and out of--cocaine and heroin addiction.


By Maia Szalavitz


7/10/2000

Breaking Your Family's Curse

A pastor's theory of what's responsible for many family problems



Give Peace a Chance

Teaching kids to control their anger is a value that benefits not only your family but society as a whole


By Meg Eastman, Ph.D., with Sydney Craft Rozen


06/28/2000

Marching for Justin

The mother of a 17-year-old slain in September at a Texas church talks about religion, gun violence, and the Million Mom March


05/05/2000

Biting the Apple

How temptation at a young age later led to alcoholism.


By Therese Borchard


5/02/2000

Blowing Up at Kids

When you lash out at your child, you lose a lot more than control


by Liza N. Burby


06/27/2000

In His Own Words: Noah's Story

How did a Christian boy with loving and caring parents and a wonderful life evolve into a 'pothead'?


By Noah Harpham


09/14/2000

Little Boy Lost

When the child you love gets into drugs, you feel as if you're spinning in the dark.


By Heather Kopp


09/14/2000

Starving Body, Starving Soul

The desire to look like a fashion model has bred a dangerous cult of dieting.


February 2000


Jean G. Fitzpatrick



The Conversation

The kind every mother would like not to have....


January 2000


Fran Moreland Johns



The Boy on the Bench

When we can no longer watch out for our children, we have to believe that God will.


January 2000


Heather Kopp



"Daddy has died"

There was no guidebook for how to tell my children about Dan's sudden death


January 2000


Debbie Jospin



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