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To The Next Dimension – Happy Mother’s Day!

Have you ever felt loved? I mean, truly felt it like a cozy jacket you slip into on a crisp Fall afternoon, surrounding yourself in that feeling as the warmth it provides flows through your whole body? I felt that … Continue reading

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Every House Has A Story

Today, my family and I volunteered to drive to one of the towns not far from us on Long Island most hardest hit by Hurricane Sandy and hand out cases of water and cleaning supplies. It was an experience I’m … Continue reading

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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 New York Times Motherlode seeks Jeremy’s help to resolve a quandary

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The New York Times Motherlode section has been featuring parenting quandaries and asking experts to respond and give their feedback and perspective. This week Jeremy Schneider was chosen as one of the experts included in the quandary resolution. The quandary … Continue reading

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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Is This Really the Best It Can Be?

By Jeremy G. Schneider, MFT My wife, Gem, and I were trying to catch up after long days at work. After school she had taken our kids, eight-year old boy-girl twins, to get some clothes for the Spring (even though … Continue reading

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Do They Love Me?

By Jeremy G. Schneider, MFT You know that line from Fiddler on the Roof when he asks her after being married for 25 years??? “Do you love me?” They had an arranged marriage, but have been together so long they … Continue reading

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Beach Bonding

By Jeremy G. Schneider, MFT When I was kid some of my most favorite things to do were to go to the beach. My family would go every summer for two weeks – until we bought a house and then … Continue reading

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Best Part Of My Life, Daddy

By Jeremy G. Schneider, MFT On Sunday we went to the mall with my Okapis. While Lucas, my 3-year old son, got a haircut with Mommy and Abuelita, I got Dorit, his twin sister, all to myself. And it was … 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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