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How Shonda Rhimes Children Saved Her Job

By David Robinson

How did Shonda Rhimes’ kids, basically…  ahh, save her job? It’s a story everyone can learn from. Have you ever lost your mojo or felt like your bag of tricks was suddenly empty? ​“If the song of my heart ceases to play, can I survive in the silence”  Watch and listen as one of the […]

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The Essential First Step to Raising a SmarterChild”

By David Robinson

SmarterChild The first time I saw my child, I was in awe, I felt incredible love for her and knew that I’d do anything for her. She was beautiful. I immediately began to make big plans for her. After all, who doesn’t want to see their child become super successful? I wanted, and still want for […]

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Three Simple Character Traits to Teach Kids

By David Robinson

Teach kids three fundamental characteristics of integrity and you’ll inoculate them from many of the problems that plague and cripple many people. These three basic, powerful traits of morality must be taught by example and not lip service. We can talk to children all day long, but if they see us doing the exact opposite of what […]

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Autism and Vitamin D the Link No One Told You About

By David Robinson

Vitamin D Researchers in Australia have found a link between vitamin D deficiencies in pregnant women and autism. The study, published in the journal Molecular Psychiatry, found that pregnant women with low vitamin D levels when they were 20 weeks pregnant were more likely to have children who displayed autistic traits by the age of […]

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An Easy Way to Deal With a TenderHeaded Child”

By David Robinson

It was early Friday morning, and I had just dropped Day off at school. It was a gorgeous, sunny California morning, and I was enjoying the breeze as I cruised down Crenshaw Boulevard with my sunroof open. Needing a haircut, I drove to a Barbar shop that opens up early. I arrived just as one […]

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Three Premium Personality Quirks to Teach Kids

By David Robinson

Teach kids three fundamental characteristics of integrity and you’ll inoculate them from many problems that cripple and plague many people. These three essential traits of morality are best taught by example; not lip service. We can talk to our kids all day long, but if we’re doing the exact opposite of what we say, we’re living […]

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Gorillas In Our Midst

By David Robinson

When I heard about the shooting of Harambe the adored gorilla at the Cincinnati Zoo after a child fell into his enclosure. I immediately thought of all my many trips to the Kansas City Zoo with my daughter when she was a toddler. I also took my new family and all our kids there on our […]

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Sex, Selfies and How Social Media Effects Teen Girls

By David Robinson

  It used to take hard work to become famous. That was before the arrival of Youtube and social media. Now apps like Snapchat, Whisper, and Kik Messenger make it possible for kids to have all sorts of things going on without their parent’s knowledge. What do these apps do? These are Social media apps that let […]

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Unbelievable Leap Year Babies, No One Believes Their Age

By David Robinson

Leap year babies have hassles most of us can only dream about; what day to celebrate your birthday on during non-leap years is only one of them. Some parents think it’s so bad that they don’t want their baby to be born on leap day. As soon as Noel Ziegler learned in July 2007 that she was […]

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Today’s Teenagers, Are Not Nearly as Bad as We Were!

By David Robinson

The boob-tube tells us today’s teenagers are a wild and crazy bunch of kids, but I’ve long suspected otherwise. In fact, in my humble opinion, I think today’s kids get into way less trouble; than my generation or the ones born before, or after them. I was born in the late 50s, was a young boy […]

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