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  • Apr 2, 2018 5:00 pm

Jennifer L.W. Fink is a professional writer, Registered Nurse, mother, and educator. Jennifer began writing in 1998, shortly after the birth of her first son. Jennifer is the creator of BuildingBoys.net, a resource for parents, educators and others who care about building healthy boys. Have you ever sat in a room with little boys and girls? It is very easy to see differences between them. Boys can be wild and crazy in need of supervision. According to a study, boys are 30% more likely to flunk or drop out of school compared to girls. Jennifer Fink, a nurse, writer, and educator, stresses the importance of how we nurture our boys now to become the men of the future.

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Under One Roof Again

Susan Newman, Ph.D., is a Social psychologist, parenting expert and best-selling author of 15 books in the relationship and parenting fields. Her research and books examine such areas as building strong family bonds, raising only children, grandparenting and interactions between adult children and their parents and in-laws, as well as the difficulties of raising a family and working, among others. An economic crisis, social anxiety, and many other causes are contributing to kids and parents living together again as adults. According to Pew Research Study, one-third of 18 to 34-year-olds live with their parent’s. Shame and discomfort are often associated with it when it doesn’t have to be. Susan Newman discusses her book Under One Roof Again: All Grown up and Relearning to live together Happily.

Susan Newman, Ph.D., is a Social psychologist, parenting expert and best-selling author of 15 books in the relationship and parenting fields. Her research and books examine such areas as building strong family bonds, raising only children, grandparenting and interactions between adult children and their parents and in-laws, as well as the difficulties of raising a family and working, among others. An economic crisis, social anxiety, and many other causes are contributing to kids and parents living together again as adults. According to Pew Research Study, one-third of 18 to 34-year-olds live with their parent’s. Shame and discomfort are often associated with it when it doesn’t have to be. Susan Newman discusses her book Under One Roof Again: All Grown up and Relearning to live together Happily.