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View Harriet White McCarthy Artificial Twinning 2/14/2006 "Artificial Twinning" is a term used in domestic adoptions to describe the process of adopting two children at the same time who are less that nine months apart in age and biologically unrelated. Most domestic adoption and social welfare agencies prohibit the practice because it is so stressful to adopting parents and counter productive for the children. The only way to complete the adoption of "artificial twins" successfully is to work without official approval.
View Nivea David Peer Pressure and Teens 12/16/2006

Peer pressure is one thing that all teens have in common. You can't escape it. It is everywhere. Whether it is pressure to conform to a group norm or pressure to act, peer pressure is something everybody has to deal with at some time in his or her life.

View Mark Peterson Effectiveness of Wilderness Therapy Programs 12/18/2008

Wilderness therapy is a form of adventure therapy that relies on the natural aspects of a primitive outdoor sojourn or wilderness expedition. Wilderness therapy is often used for behavior modification by the families of young people. But the aims and methods of wilderness therapy don't center on behavior modification. Many wilderness therapy programs avoid what they view as manipulations, contrived activities, psychological games, and contrived consequences.

View Alex Sanguanlorsit Organizing Children Rooms 11/2/2006 A child’s room can be one of the most challenging rooms in the house when it comes to getting organized and staying organized. With some training though, the children will actually be able to learn a system for keeping up with it themselves. That will make your job much easier.
View Roberto Bell Selecting the Right Diaper Bag 2/8/2007 A diaper bag is an indispensable baby item, and is regarded as a mom's best friend. Selecting the right diaper bag to fit your needs is important.
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