Parent’s Guide To Keeping Kids Safe On Social Media

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Social networking sites have exploded in the last decade and they should continue to grow for the foreseeable future as our world becomes more digitalized. Kids and teenagers are as in on the social media wave as any demographic. According to Pew Research Center, 89% of teenagers use social media.

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6 Ways To Stay Focused At Work During Your Divorce

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A divorce is an earth-shattering event. It brings waves of overwhelming emotions: fear, anger, loneliness. It’s overwhelming. One of the most difficult parts of divorce is that even though your world feels like it’s shattered, life doesn’t stop. You still have other professional responsibilities to tend to.

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Researchers Discover Divorce Spikes After Vacation Season

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It is commonly believed that January is “divorce month,” but a new study indicates March and August are the months that receive the most divorce filings. University of Washington sociology professor Julie Brines and doctoral candidate Brian Serafini recently analyzed the last 15 years of divorce filings in Washington and

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