Peace Partnership
22 Nov

Rock-a-Bye Bébé

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This is the third in a series of blog posts based on Pamela Druckerman’s “Bébé Day by Day.” The following excerpts are taken directly from Chapter 3: Here’s a French paradox: French babies often sleep through the night by three or four months old, or even sooner. Yet their parents don’t make them “cry it […]

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21 Nov

Bébé Einstein

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This is the second in a series of blog posts based on Pamela Druckerman’s “Bébé Day by Day.” The following excerpts are taken directly from Chapter 2: The French believe that babies aren’t helpless blobs. They treat even newborns like tiny, rational people who understand language and can learn things (when they’re taught gently and […]

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20 Nov

A Croissant in The Oven

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For the next few weeks I’m going to do a series of blog posts based on Pamela Druckerman’s international best seller “Bringing Up Bébé.” These bits and pieces of parenting techniques come from her experience of raising her children in France. Her second book condenses her first down to 100 keys to French parenting. I […]

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1 Aug

Counseling is For The Rich

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The average cost to see a master’s level mental health professional in the Kansas City area is $80 per session. Based on a bi-monthly schedule, that adds up to be just under $2,000 annually. If the individual or family is lucky enough to have a mental health writer on their insurance policy, they will often […]

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13 June

When a Dream Becomes a Reality

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Let me introduce myself. My name is Emily. As we embark upon this start-up business, I’ll be keeping this blog to share the things Jon and I come across from time to time. It’s been a long and winding road to get Peace Partnership started, but everything is finally coming together and we are pretty […]

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