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  • Need expert parenting advice or parenting tips?  Parenting help, or answers to parenting problems and questions?  Tired of wasting time and energy searching for credible advice from a real professional?  Wish you could find a child psychologist to make a house call, and save the time and expense of visiting one in person just to ask a single question?  Then join the thousands of other parents who have come to this site for advice since 2001.  Ask your Question now.
  • Other parenting sites may offer to answer your questions for free, but they answer only a few each month out of the zillions sent to them.  On their sites, everyone else needing parenting advice is out of luck.  With us, every question receives a personal, thorough, and confidential answer as quickly as within 24 hours, guaranteed.  Ask your Question now! 

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