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Family: Tough Talk

Tough Talk. Parents urged to question kids about ’13 Reasons Why’ The Netflix drama “13 Reasons Why” might be must-see viewing, but it sends the wrong message to teens about suicide, says Lindsay Stevens, executive director National Alliance on Mental Illness Rock County, also known as NAMI… (continue by clicking below)   READ IT ON PAGE 18 RIGHT HERE:

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Family: Their Break Can Break You

Summer Vacation Challenges for Moms Remember that final day of third grade, when you were as twitchy as Secretariat in the starting gate about to run the final leg of the Triple Crown? (continue by clicking below)   READ IT ON PAGE 18 RIGHT HERE:

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Family: Love & Finances

Love & Finances In this article, we take a look at how we can be financially fit as a couple. (continue by clicking below)   READ IT ON PAGE 18 RIGHT HERE:

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Family: R-E-L-A-X

Wisconsin Families, Listen To Aaron Rodgers! In this article, Katie McKy writes about all the best ways to relax with your family. (continue by clicking below)   READ IT ON PAGE 18 RIGHT HERE:

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Family: Lessons From My Clan

10 Things I’ve Learned in 41 Years. This article by Briana Craig discusses 10 of the things she has learned from her friends and family over 41 years. (continue by clicking below)   READ IT ON PAGE 18 RIGHT HERE:

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Family: Foster Care

The volunteers nurture four-legged friends so they can find new homes. This article by Marcia Nelesen spotlights three local women who head up local animal charities, The Humane Society of Southern Wisconsin, Paddy’s Paws, and Friends of Noah. (continue by clicking below)   READ IT ON PAGE 18 RIGHT HERE:

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Family: The Magical Meal

Family dinners divvy up big dividends. Katie McKy writes that scientists have concluded what Grandma knew all along—that a family that eats together excels together. (continue by clicking below)   READ IT ON PAGE 18 RIGHT HERE:

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Family: Keeping It Together

Keeping It Together. When You’re All together. In deepening relationships with our children, it is important for us to know our children’s needs. Some children need “summer structure.” Some children honestly need a break from structure and need more down time. (continue by clicking below)   READ IT ON PAGE 18 RIGHT HERE:

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Family: Like Father, Like Daughter

Janesville principal learned about education from parents As a child, Stephanie Filter saw the happiness on her father’s face when he came home from teaching and later when he became an assistant principal. She and her three brothers often went with their father to football and basketball games. While he supervised students, they enjoyed the outings. (continue by clicking below) …

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