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By Lauren Wells The topic of TCKs and grief is one that circulates often on online forums about TCKS, and there is a good reason for this: we know that TCKs deal with a significant amount of loss. …

AUTHOR(s): Wells, Lauren
SOURCE: A Life Overseas |

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Nearly two years ago, I wrote an article titled "Speak It" that garnered significant attention. This is a follow-up post providing parents with concrete steps for preventing, recognizing and responding to abuse. These recommendations apply to any family raising children in this broken world.  Author: Mich è le Phoenix Source:  Michèle Phoenix Website
SOURCE: Michèle Phoenix

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Being a mom has been the greatest and the hardest thing I have ever done or have ever been. Motherhood is both a noun and a verb. It is an identity and a calling. I am a single mom and I have spent the majority of my adult life overseas raising my two children. Being a single mom is challenging enough but combine that state of being with life overseas and it is a recipe for some incredibly unique challenges which simultaneously inspire and expire a person.The following is an anonymous quote tha...

AUTHOR(s): Martinez, Julie
SOURCE: Taking Route

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Do you ever wish you could get a deeper understanding of what it's like to be adopted? Today's guest, Tara VanderWoude, is an adopted person and adoptive mom. She speaks with candor, humor, and passion about talking to our kids about adoption, the importance of having realistic expectations before adopting, returning to Korea with her family, and more. Presenter:  Lisa Qualls, Melissa Corkum, and Tara VanderWoude  Time: 57.58

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A simple change in the way you communicate can boost your child's cognitive development. By: Sophie Hardach

AUTHOR(s): Sohpie Hardach
SOURCE: World Economic Forum

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