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Communicating with Your Child
Supporting Children Through Divorce
The Strong Willed Child
Sometimes disease or medical issues strike, leaving individuals attempting to determine how they will fiscally management their lives. This helpful web site discusses various diseases, onset and duration of diseases, likely expenses in dealing with the disease, and how best to plan fiscally.
The demands of our culture on the fabric of our families is unlike any other time in our history. Families often find themselves overwhelmed and torn by these demands. This site provides helpful and practical resources to assist families in managing the stresses caused by the demands of our culture.
Headed by Dr. John Trent, the Center for Strong Families provides a wide variety of tools covering marriages and families. Resources include books, audio and video materials, articles as well as various seminars and conferences.
Headed by Dr. Gary Smalley, this organization provides an extensive array of relationship and marital tools that include audio and video series, books, workbooks, articles, seminars and other resources.
This is a publication about adopting a child with special needs.
The National Mental Health Association’s fact sheet titled, Mental Illness in the Family: Recognizing the Warning Signs & How to Cope.
This extensive organization provides a broad array of resources for the entire family. Various books, magazines, articles, audio and video resources as well as an array of helpful and information material related to the family, marriage, as well as individuals across the life spectrum can be obtained. Also offers a National Counselor Referral Database for those seeking professional assistance.
A virtual community center run by a national, not-for-profit, parent-based organization for families raising children and adolescents diagnosed with (or at risk for) early-onset bipolar disorder. The site includes message boards, chat rooms, on-line support groups, an on-line searchable database of professionals and research data.
In every community, boys and girls are left to find their own recreation and companionship in the streets. An increasing number of children are at home with no adult care or supervision. Young people need to know that someone cares about them. Boys & Girls Clubs offer that and more.
One of the goals of the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy is to advance professional interest in marriage and family therapy. On the site you can locate a family therapist in your area, find books, articles, and information on family problems, and get facts on therapy.