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By Megan O'Neil, megan.oneil@latimes.com | October 5, 2011
How do you know whether your child's behavior is normal teenage rebellion or something more serious? And if it is something more, what resources are available to you? Those questions are the focus of a new series of parenting classes designed to assist families with special-needs children that kicked off this week at the Crescenta-Cañada YMCA. “It came about because we have offered a variety of parenting classes in the past for more normal kids, and then realized that there were parents that had additional challenges with raising kids with special needs,” said Ana-Marie Schaefer, fitness director at the YMCA.
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By Megan O'Neil, megan.oneil@latimes.com | September 30, 2011
How do you know whether your child's behavior is normal teenage rebellion or something more serious? And if it is something more, what resources are available to you Those questions are the focus of a new series of parenting class that kicked off this week at the Crescenta-Cañada YMCA, designed to assist families with special-needs children. “It came about because we have offered a variety of parenting classes in the past for more normal kids, and then realized that there were parents that had additional challenges with raising kids with special needs,” said Ana-Marie Schaefer, fitness director at the YMCA.
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By Nancy Turney | October 26, 2011
Q. I recently visited my dad out of state and was shocked to see the state of his house. Apparently he has become a hoarder. What can I do to help him? This problem has gained wider visibility in recent years, thanks in part to several hoarding-related television shows. Hoarding's effects can extend beyond an overstuffed home. It can put people's health at risk. It can affect surrounding neighborhoods. And treating it requires more than a big box of trash bags. Experts usually draw the line between a messy lifestyle and hoarding when it comes to the person's ability to function.
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By Kimberlie Zakarian | November 27, 2008
The Lord has been laying the word “restoration” upon my heart — restoration in broken family relationships and friendships. I have been praying to this end for more than a week. I was blessed with a God-ordained appointment last Saturday. I happened to be home alone for the day, getting ready to attend a yoga class. I had spent the evening before and that early morning praying and reading the Bible. I heard my doorbell ring, and my best friend was on my doorstep.
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November 24, 2010
In Theory Question: A group of Catholic bishops gathered in Baltimore last week to examine what scripture and canon law have to say about exorcism. According to CNN's Belief Blog, bishops will look at what the Bible says, "paying careful attention to how Jesus responded to evil spirits or demons in the New Testament," and clarify the rules to provide "a pastoral response with people who may or may not be having demonic activity," said Bishop Thomas Paprocki of Illinois, adding that priests and bishops need to use a great deal of pastoral discernment when dealing with someone requesting exorcism.
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By Nancy Turney | October 26, 2011
Q. I recently visited my dad out of state and was shocked to see the state of his house. Apparently he has become a hoarder. What can I do to help him? This problem has gained wider visibility in recent years, thanks in part to several hoarding-related television shows. Hoarding's effects can extend beyond an overstuffed home. It can put people's health at risk. It can affect surrounding neighborhoods. And treating it requires more than a big box of trash bags. Experts usually draw the line between a messy lifestyle and hoarding when it comes to the person's ability to function.
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By Megan O'Neil, megan.oneil@latimes.com | October 5, 2011
How do you know whether your child's behavior is normal teenage rebellion or something more serious? And if it is something more, what resources are available to you? Those questions are the focus of a new series of parenting classes designed to assist families with special-needs children that kicked off this week at the Crescenta-Cañada YMCA. “It came about because we have offered a variety of parenting classes in the past for more normal kids, and then realized that there were parents that had additional challenges with raising kids with special needs,” said Ana-Marie Schaefer, fitness director at the YMCA.
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By Megan O'Neil, megan.oneil@latimes.com | September 30, 2011
How do you know whether your child's behavior is normal teenage rebellion or something more serious? And if it is something more, what resources are available to you Those questions are the focus of a new series of parenting class that kicked off this week at the Crescenta-Cañada YMCA, designed to assist families with special-needs children. “It came about because we have offered a variety of parenting classes in the past for more normal kids, and then realized that there were parents that had additional challenges with raising kids with special needs,” said Ana-Marie Schaefer, fitness director at the YMCA.
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By Kimberlie Zakarian | November 27, 2008
The Lord has been laying the word “restoration” upon my heart — restoration in broken family relationships and friendships. I have been praying to this end for more than a week. I was blessed with a God-ordained appointment last Saturday. I happened to be home alone for the day, getting ready to attend a yoga class. I had spent the evening before and that early morning praying and reading the Bible. I heard my doorbell ring, and my best friend was on my doorstep.
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