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Susan C. Stone’s “Practical Parenting” Blog

What’s the most important job you’ll ever do with the least preparation? PARENTING! I know this as a Marriage and Family Therapist for over 30 years, a former teacher, a parent educator and coach, and, most importantly – as a parent!

Well-intentioned parents – which you are if you’re reading this – try frantically or methodically to educate themselves ON THE JOB. And there is plenty of material out there from which to seek guidance. In fact, there are so many theoretical approaches, that most parents are confused and even paralyzed trying to decide what to do and how to do it.

Help is on the way with PRACTICAL PARENTING – the “how to” approach for getting through the ups and downs of everyday life with your children and raising the kind of children you hope to turn out. Check this site for frequent articles and advice on common parenting issues as well as ways to address significant current events with your child.

Susan C. Stone is a Marriage and Family Therapist in private practice in the Los Angeles area. For over 32 years, she has helped children, parents, families and schools. She has given many hundreds of presentations on topics of interest to both the parents and educators of children from preschool-age through high school. She is a regular commentator on both television and radio, offering parenting advice and information on current issues of concern to parents. She is also the author of the hugely popular book, THE INDULGENCE TRAP, When too much is not Enough!

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