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September 24, 2017

Home & Family: Parenting

Gay Daughter of Focus on the Family Executive Unmasks Her Coming Out Story with New Memoir

Denver, CO, September 22, 2017 –(PR.com)– Daughter of Focus on the Family Executive Unmasks Her Coming Out Story Interview Opportunity: Amber Cantorna Growing up in the conservative church and its aftermath LGBTQ, Religion, Family, Youth, Parenting and Suicide Exposing the harm of LGBTQ Family rejection In her upcoming memoir, "Refocusing My Family," Amber Cantorna unveils

New Book Exposes Dark Side of Adoption History

Richmond, VA, September 14, 2017 –(PR.com)– Adoption activist and author Karen-Wilson Buterbaugh, Director of the Baby Scoop Era Research Initiative, documents the darkest corners of infant adoption in her new book "The Baby Scoop Era: Unwed Mothers, Infant Adoption and Forced Surrender." In her timely expose, Wilson-Buterbaugh illustrates how little the general public knows about

New Children’s Book About Boogers Poised to Reduce Germs, Save Desks and Sleeves

St. Louis, MO, September 13, 2017 –(PR.com)– Kids put boogers everywhere. It’s disgusting. Author Baker Andrews and Illustrator Sean Long tackle this sticky topic in the new children’s book "Where A Booger Goes." With catchy rhymes and beautiful, colorful, hilarious illustrations, Andrews’ book aims to educate and delight with equal parts laughter and gross-outs. “When

Challenges of Teens Growing Up Poor and Isolated Abound in “Cinderella Shoots the Moon”

Charlton, MA, August 21, 2017 –(PR.com)– Bullying, peer pressure, parent trouble and classroom rivalries are among the problems students face as another school year begins. These issues are tackled in a new indie novel, “Cinderella Shoots the Moon,” by Arlie Corday of Charlton, Mass., who spent her childhood on a farm in upstate New York.

Are Screens Disconnecting Your Family? Families Managing Media Brings Nationally Acclaimed Expert to Help Area Parents

Charlotte, NC, August 09, 2017 –(PR.com)– We see it everywhere: at parks, restaurants, and in our homes and cars – kids connected to handheld devices and disconnected from the world around them. According to recent research, the average 13-year-old spends over 8 hours a day, seven days a week on a screen. This has reduced

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