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Posts categorized as "Parenting Blog"

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  • Adolescents and Autonomy

    If it feels like your child has been moving away from you from the moment they were born, it’s because they have. We nurture them, comfort them, keep them safe, teach them how to be in the world and they take all these wonderful gifts and use them to grow and go. And that’s what…

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  • Frayed Nerves: The Highs and Lows of Parenting By Jai Anderson, MSW. Jai is a Parent Educator at Thrive. On June 20th, 2001, Andrea Yates drowned her five children in a bathtub in their home.  Like the explosion of the NASA Challenger Shuttle and September 11th, some news stories just stay with you, embed themselves…

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  • Low Tech-Parenting

    Low-Tech Parenting Written by Jai Anderson, MSW. Jai is a Parent Educator at Thrive.  Your cell phone is four months old but the next generation phone just came out and now your “new” phone feels old.  Remember when blogging was the new thing?  I couldn’t wrap my head around this strange verb, “to blog.”  We…

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  • Thrive talks mentoring and parenting tips with Rob Watson

    Written by Anna Redbond, Thrive’s Communications Coordinator. January is National Mentoring Month. In honor of the celebration, Thrive interviewed Bozeman School District Superintendent, Rob Watson, to discuss mentoring, role models and his one piece of golden parenting advice. Was there anyone who was a mentor or role model for you growing up? My parents were…

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