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Books That Will Help You Talk to Your Kids About Sex

Books That Will Help You Talk to Your Kids About Sex Many parents live in fear of the question, "where do babies come from?" The idea of talking about birth control, sexually transmitted diseases, peer pressure or oral sex can fluster the most competent of parents. But parents need to be their children’s first and […]

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For Singles 100 Places to Meet People

Take a class that interests you. Extension classes or places like the Learning Annex are great places to meet people with similar interests. Take a wine tasting class. It is a great way to impress your friends at the dinner table or your next date, and you just might meet someone interesting in the process. […]

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Get Ready to “Rock Out” with the ROCKIN’ BABIES swag bag!

Last fall when my book SuperBaby: 12 Ways to Give Your Child a Head Start in the First 3 Years launched I gave away SuperBaby swag bags filled with tons of my favorite products. The bags were such a huge hit (one was even featured in Star Magazine!) that I decided to do a rockin’ […]

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Helping Your Family to Go Green

What is the use of a house if you haven’t got a tolerable planet to put it on? – Henry David Thoreau Earth Day has come and gone but the impact doesn’t have to. Let the day and its experiences serve as a jumping off point for your family to go “green.” There are two […]

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Avoid Emasculating Your Man When He Earns Less

The tides are turning. Almost one third of working women in the US now out-earn their husbands. Women now make up 58 percent of college students pursuing a bachelor’s degree and six out of ten graduate degrees. In the current recession, three men have lost their jobs for every one woman that has and because […]

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Tips for a Bath Resistant Toddler

Dear Dr. Jenn, I listen to your show every day on my way from work on Cosmo radio. You are such a gift and give such great advice! This time I am in desperate need of your expert opinion! I have a 23 months old and she is petrified of taking baths. Last summer, when she was around 18 […]

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Why Women Need to Ask

Last month I got a call on my radio show from Ashley who was unhappy with the pay at her job and when she approached her boss was only given a 50 cent raise which didn’t even show up on her pay check. The call got me thinking about “the ask” and how hard it is for […]

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Online Dating Safety Tips

When it comes to meeting a potential soulmate, the worldwide web is one of the greatest resources a single person has. In addition to an abundance of dating websites and chat rooms, the web provides tons of information about singles events, matchmakers and great tips. But when it comes to internet dating, safety is crucial. […]

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Read This Before You Make New Year’s Resolutions

Research shows that about half of all Americans make New Year’s resolutions but the vast majority don’t keep them for long. In fact, more than 1/3 of all respondents to a recent online poll did not even begin to keep their resolutions before breaking them. But in making a resolution and putting your plan into […]

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A New Hanukkah Tradition of Giving

This year we did something different for Hanukkah. Inspired by a comment one of my twin four-year-old daughters that she likes birthdays “because of the gifts,” my wise husband suggested that we start a new Hanukkah ritual of giving, instead of receiving. In order to prepare them for the new tradition, I let my daughters […]

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