Posts Tagged ‘ dad ’

Long Distance Parenting Post Roundup

March 26, 2013
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The site’s not dead! Life… it gets in the way. I’m always, always open to guest bloggers and other ideas to keep stuff active around here. And also, we’re still here on the FB group, if you’re looking for real time interaction around long distance parenting. Meanwhile, I’ve always got my ear to the ground…

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Survival Mode and the Relentless Drive for a Better Life

March 26, 2012
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Beyond Consequences, Logic and Control by Heather T Forbes

I recently had the life-altering experience of reading Beyond Consequences, Logic, and Control: A Love-Based Approach to Helping Attachment-Challenged Children With Severe Behaviors. My son, who has a long distance dad, and to whom I have, at one time, been a long distance mom to, has some challenging behavior that this book addresses. I read…

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Letter from a Long Distance Dad

February 2, 2012
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reposted with permission from the author – he became a distance parent in September 2011 when he moved back to his home country, England. His son is 4. I was looking on google for a forum for long distance parents. Over the past 3 months I have been slowly adjusting to a new life thousands…

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Tech for Tots

February 14, 2011
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Allie: O;)??i?$73 Me: Hi sweetheart, how is your day? Allie: Gsksjsofjfjserr Me: Are you ready for your birthday? I can’t believe you’re going to be 5!!! Allie: Gwygegeyeu Bhhdydhsydhdydh Me: I love you, Princess. XOXO Allie: I. Love. You. Daddy And that is roughly what 99% of my text message communications with my daughter look…

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Gender and Long Distance Parenting

April 23, 2009
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Along my journey gathering community around long distance parenting, I’ve read and seen a lot of things regarding divorce, child custody, non-custodial parents, deadbeat parents and parental alienation syndrome. One thing that sticks out to me is how gender biased the stories typically are. Rather than being centered around parents in general, it’s about fathers…

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