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ParentGuide News Publishes Jeremy’s article for Father’s Day

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ParentGuide News published one of Jeremy’s articles for their Father’s Day special. The article, called The Father-Child Connection, focuses on how Dads can connect with their children even if they are working away from home every day. Jeremy started with … Continue reading

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The Kids Are Away and Conflicting Emotions Are in Play

My Okapis are away (at their grandparents) and it is time for the parents to play. If only it were that easy. For my wife, it is very hard for her to be away from our kids. The same kids … Continue reading

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Dancing My Heart Out

By Jeremy G. Schneider, MFT I danced my heart out last night. Dancing is like therapy for me, expressing pent up feelings, revealing my true self, being the truest me I know how to be. Last night was our annual … Continue reading

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Somehow This Was Forgotten In Parenting Class

By Jeremy G. SChneider, MFT I have been sick (yeah, sick enough not even to write) and knew I was starting to feel better when for the first time in a week, a post began to write itself in my … Continue reading

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Maybe It’s Time For Special Mommy Days?

By Jeremy G. Schneider, MFT “Okay guys, it’s time to get ready for bed,” one of us says. “Is Mommy going to take us?” one of the Okapis has begun asking. “Is it night time? Who takes you to bed … Continue reading

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You Are the Foundation for All Who Come After You

By Jeremy G. Schneider, MFT Many fathers are breaking new ground by becoming more active, more involved in their family – especially with their children. Previous generations defined fatherhood more in terms of providing the economic necessities families need. But … Continue reading

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More Than Just A Stroller

By Jeremy G. Schneider, MFT It seems like such a little thing. The double stroller for my children, 3-year old twins, is sitting in the basement taking up valuable space, but I just don’t know what to do with it. … Continue reading

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Pee and Poop…There, I’ve Said It!

By Jeremy G. Schneider, MFT While I have written many articles on what it feels like to leave my three year old twins to go to work or the challenges I’ve faced in helping them to sleep on their own … Continue reading

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