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Welcome to the New and Improved Ground Control Parenting!!!

GCP has a new look!  The new and improved site is designed to give you greater and easier access to all of our articles.  Take a few minutes and browse around.  We are still tweaking it here and there, but wanted to launch it as soon as we could.  What do you think?  Stay tuned […]

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GCP Event: Great Advice on Raising Boys from Kathryn Chenault

GCP recently had another live event: A conversation with GCP mom Kathryn Chenault. Kathryn, an attorney who stepped away from her professional life to devote time and effort to raising her two sons (who are now wonderful young men in their 20′s), graciously hosted us at her glorious home. Beautiful surroundings, great weather, and wonderful advice […]

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Thoughtful Thursday: Haunting Poems

With Halloween upon us, today’s Thoughtful Thursday poems are appropriately unsettling and haunting.  They are written by well known African American poets,  Jean Toomer  (1894-1967) and Claude McKay (1889-1948).  Enjoy. Reapers Black reapers with the sound of steel on stones Are sharpening scythes. I see them place the hones In their hip-pockets as a thing […]

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Halloween Family Fun

Today and this weekend your children may be clamoring to watch scary movies. Since the network and cable channels generally load up on them this time of year, even if your children are not looking for them they are likely to run across them while flipping channels this weekend. Check out these links below to […]

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Tips to Tell if Your Children Are Ready for Scary Movies

Halloween is upon us! High on the list of Halloween treats for many of our children are scary movies, and this weekend the theaters, networks and cable channels will have many for them to choose from. But how do you know whether your child is really ready to handle watching a scary movie? Common Sense […]

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