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Men search to become real fathers

Dr. Paul
Father and son bonding next to outdoor fire.

My father, like most men of his generation, knew little about being a dad. He came home late on weekdays. He spent his evening hours commuting home or at a part-time teaching job. On weekends, he paid bills. Sunday mornings, he and I would drive to the local bakery—together we would buy brightly colored Danish pastries for brunch. It was one of the few times during the week that I spent time alone with my Dad.
We spent so little time together. Each moment, however mundane, felt special to me. Read more about Men search to become real fathers


School is coming to a close: How did your teen do?

Dr. Paul

I’m always amazed how many parents drag their teens in to see me near the end of the school year. Their concerns are always the same—“Joey is getting D’s and F’s. What should we do?” I see a ton of 9th graders. They had a bad first term and an even worse second term. I have to give them the bad news—it’s too late to salvage the semester. Read more about School is coming to a close: How did your teen do?


Bringing up a caring child

Dr. Paul
Child friendship.

While most parents want their children to be successful adults, Moms and Dads are also concerned about their kids becoming kind, compassionate and helpful. Indeed, most social surveys across the world show that parents want their kids to be caring and kind over material achievement. Read more about Bringing up a caring child

Watch Your Own Back

There’s no getting around it, carrying a backpack can be uncomfortable, fortunately, there are some rules you can follow to make carrying your bag less strenuous. Read more about Watch Your Own Back

Family Caregiver Mini Retreat

May 17, 2017

Being a family caregiver for a loved one who is ill or disabled can bring both benefits and challenges to daily life. Finding time to get away from the routine, talking with other caregivers and managing stress can be difficult—yet they are important for your own wellbeing! The better you feel the better care you will able to provide to your loved one.

Come enjoy a free 3-hour mini-retreat where you can connect with other caregivers, learn new ways to reduce stress and other self-care skills. Please join us and take home a free gift! Read more about Family Caregiver Mini Retreat

ABCDEs of Melanoma

Shoreline Dermatologist, Dr. Matthew Majerus, explains A, B, C, D, Es of examining your skin for abnormal brown spots. Early detection is life-saving! Read more about ABCDEs of Melanoma


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