Congresswoman Rosa DeLauro made an appearance on Monday with The Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility's Ask Listen Learn program on Monday....
We've had a fantastic time watching the 2010 Winter Games the past two weeks! Did you watch our SuperStar Apolo Anton Ohno as he skated his way into history? Now the holder of eight medals, he is the most decorated Winter Olympian in history.
It was an honor to be a part of the action. We brought our Ask, Listen, Learn interactive activity to Canada to encourage kids to stay active. Kids and parents were welcomed into the Spyder-US Ski Team House in Whistler to play the game and meet two members of the U.S. Winter Ski Team, Kikkan Randall and Andy Newell. Check out some of the footage from the event below.
Did you catch the closing ceremony yesterday? The games may be over, but kids can still be a Winter Games Hero by playing Ask, Listen, Learn's newest game which can be found on SIKids.com. Play it now!
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By Alyssa Roenigk...
Dear Dr. Wolf,
My 13-year-old has been pestering me for permission to get her belly button pierced for the past year. My answer has always been no, she is too young.
Last night she revealed that she had gone ahead and done it without my permission. I had said no, and she went and did it anyway. There were good reasons why I said no.
Now it’s a trust issue. She has to trust me, and I have to be able to trust her. (And if I had known she would do it anyway, I would have helped her research to make sure she was getting it done in a safe place.)
If she feels she can get away with this one, what next? I am stumped. This is a first-time thing for me.
Dear Distressed Mum,
First, let me address the two big issues: trust and control.