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How To Survive Your Divorce And Thrive As The “Visiting Parent”: – Jeremy J. Lanning MA, LPC

How To Survive Your Divorce And Thrive As The “Visiting Parent”: – Jeremy J. Lanning MA, LPC

The National Parents Organization welcomes back Jeremy Lanning.  He’s posted to our site before.  Here’s his invaluable take on how to negotiate divorce and child custody. There is a difference between those who handle their divorce well and those who do not, especially when children are involved. Often what it means to “handle things well” is to handle them with help and guidance. As a Licensed Professional Counselor and Psychotherapist I once ran a support group years ago for isolated…

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New Proposed Texas Bill would Stop Child Protective Services from Falsifying Records

New Proposed Texas Bill would Stop Child Protective Services from Falsifying Records

Texas Judge Mike Schneider ordered sanctions against Child Protective Services in 2018, forcing the state to come up with new training for its workers and pay more than $127,000 for wrongfully removing a couple’s children and allegedly lying to the court about it. Story. Photo source. by Brian Shilhavy Editor, Health Impact News A new bill submitted in the Texas state Legislature by state Representative Gene Wu of Houston would require Child Protective Services (CPS) to increase accountability and prevent…

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