The Muntain FamilyMichael and Alis Muntain received a placement in August of 2020 and accepted him with open arms. The child immediately felt like part of the family and didn’t take long to refer to Michael and Alis as Mom and Pop. Knowing the importance of family, they searched for the relatives the child mentioned…

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As a parent, you’ve likely dealt with a fussy eater. But, how do you know if a younger child is facing an eating disorder? Or if a child’s behavior is a sign of a future eating disorder? Usually, we think of eating disorders as affecting teens and pre-teens. But, the number of children diagnosed with…

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As we ring in 2021, families are still facing the ups and downs of the pandemic. If you are like many parents, you may have seen changes in your child. The National Institute of Health has reported an increase in anxiety and depression among children and teenagers in the U.S. You know your child best,…

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Let’s rewind for a minute to January 1, 2020, before we knew that COVID-19 even existed. Take a minute to reflect on what your New Year’s resolutions were last year. You might realize that keeping some of your resolutions were actually easier during the pandemic. Some of the most common resolutions include: Improving health Spending…

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“Overparenting” Can Delay Independence Who doesn’t want to be an awesome parent? But, when does being an awesome mom or dad cross over to just doing too much for your child? As parents, we are hard-wired to take care of our child’s every need. Over-functioning parents can possibly raise under-functioning children. The key to raising…

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The Third Annual “Community Event Unlike Any Other” is set for Friday, April 13, starting at 7 p.m. at The Hilltop Restaurant in Orange Park, FL. A limited number of 149 tickets will be sold for the event, which includes an entry into the “Reverse Raffle” to win the Grand Prize of $5,000. All proceeds…

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