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Social Media Connection Can Help Teens Navigate Parents - 26 Feb 2019 03:13

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<p>In a new study, Kansas State University researchers discovered communicating via texting or FaceTime can help teens and parents navigate difficult times following a divorce.</p>
<p>A team of researchers lead by Dr. Mindy Markham evaluated data from nearly 400 divorced mothers and fathers with a child between 10-18 years old. Markham, an associate professor at Kansas State, collaborated with Drs. Jonathon Beckmeyer at Indiana University and Jessica Troilo at West Virginia University. Their findings appear in the <em>Journal of Family Issues</em>.</p>
<p>They identified three types of post-divorce co-parenting relationships&nbsp;— cooperative, moderately engaged and conflictual — and evaluated differences in three key aspects of youth well-being as well as the frequency of communication.</p>
<p>“Parental warmth and closeness, parents’ knowledge about their kids and inconsistent discipline didn’t differ among three different types of divorced co-parenting relationships,” Markham said.</p>
<p>“What did make a difference was the contact that the parents had with the youth. Essentially, the more contact that parents had with their kids was better regardless of the parents’ relationship with each other.”</p>
<p>These findings are contrary to a similar 2008 study, which suggested that divorced co-parenting individuals should be cooperative to maintain children’s resiliency to divorce. It also goes against the idea that the quality of a post-divorce relationship spills over to parent-child relationships.</p>
<p>According to Markham, these conflicting results may be because older children are more likely to have a cellphone or tablet today and can take a more active role in the parent-child relationship.</p>
<p>“Preteens and teenagers probably have their own devices and are able to text, email or video chat with their nonresidential parent so the child can take more ownership of the relationship,” Markham said.</p>
<p>“I think frequent communication, whether it is in person or using communication technology, is really critical to making sure that the parent-child contact stays in place.”</p>
<p>According to Markham, youth with parents who are warm and supportive have been found to engage in fewer problem behaviors and experience less emotional distress. Also, parents who have great knowledge of their youth’s daily lives can respond well to their children’s needs and create environments that promote positive youth development.</p>
<p>Inconsistent discipline, on the other hand, can lead to youth anxiety, aggression, or threaten a child’s sense of security. These three aspects together are critical for youth well-being and may help promote resiliency in youth experiencing parental divorce.</p>
<p>“Parents in a conflictual or disengaged co-parenting relationship with their former spouse who were able to communicate with their child daily or weekly had higher levels of parental knowledge, which makes sense,” Markham said.</p>
<p>“Parental warmth and support also were higher among parents who had more frequent contact with their child.”</p>
<p>This finding may help divorce education programs refocus on individual parenting skills to strengthen parent-youth relationships instead of stressing cooperative parenting if they do not get along, Markham said.</p>
<p>If a child is old enough to have their own device, parents should be able to communicate directly and compartmentalize a stressful relationship with an ex-spouse so it does not negatively affect the parent-child relationship.</p>
<p>“If it is possible for parents to cooperate, obviously that would be ideal, but there are situations where they can’t and I think this research is saying you can still have a good parent-child relationship even if the relationship with your ex can’t work,” Markham said.</p>
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2018 Colorado Teen Book Con in Photos - 23 Feb 2019 02:07

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<p class="article The third annual Colorado Teen Book Con was hosted by Tattered Cover Book Store on November 3 at Littleton High School in Littleton, Colo., bringing together 26 YA authors for a celebration of teen lit. The event, which was free and open to young readers ages 13 to 20, featured two keynote presentations, panels and workshops, food trucks, and an author party and signing. In addition, on November 2, Tattered Cover Colfax Avenue hosted a YA Author Happy Hour for adult fans of YA. We’ve gathered a selection of highlights from the festivities. All photos by Ashley Lyons at Tattered Cover.&lt;/p&gt;&lt;p class=" article="" newbery="" honor="" and="" printz="" author="" jason="" reynolds="" (<em="">For Everyone; <em>Long Way Down</em>) delivered the keynote address.</p>
<p class="article Teen Advisory Board members getting ready to serve as author escorts.&lt;/p&gt;&lt;p class=" article="" <em="">Strange the Dreamer author Laini Taylor with fans.</p>
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Big Batch Fruit Crisp Topping - 20 Feb 2019 02:28

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Using MedBetter DNA to Show My AncestryDNA Notes - 17 Feb 2019 02:44

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I have been adding Notes to my AncestryDNA &quot;4th Cousins or Better&quot; matches over the past year or so.&nbsp; It's been frustrating to have to click the Note icon in order to see the Note text.
<p>Earlier this year, I was introduced to the MedBetter DNA Chrome extension and downloaded it to my computer, and have been using it.</p>
<p>The MedBetter DNA page:</p>
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<span style="color: purple; &lt;br/&gt;&lt;/span&gt; &lt;span style=" color:="" purple;="" "after="" installation,="" medbetterdna="" adds="" an="" entry="" for="" itself="" to="" the="" context="" menu="" (right="" mouse="" click).="" when="" your="" browser="" is="" at="" ancestrydna="" website="" address,="" selection="" shows="" following="" checkbox="" choices:="" show="" starred="" entries;="" unstarred="" moderate="" confidence;="" good="" high="" very="" extremely="" locked="" trees;="" no="" family="" always="" notes;="" and="" configure="" options."<="" pan=""><p></p><p>After installation and the icon appeared in the Chrome browser, I opened it and set up my &quot;Options:&quot;</p><p></p>
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The only thing I changed was I clicked on &quot;Always show Notes&quot; and added six Filters so I can see which matches are connected to a specific surname.
<p>I had to &quot;Save&quot; that, then when I opened my AncestryDNA Match list, the Notes showed up without having to click on the &quot;Note&quot; icon:</p>
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That's better!
<p>I have been working on my Notes also.&nbsp; The items I presently include (in text, rather than abbreviations), are:</p>
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*&nbsp; Known relationship
*&nbsp; Common ancestors (if unknown, then which surnames might be common ancestors based on &quot;Shared Matches&quot;)
*&nbsp; Size of tree (tiny, small, medium, big, large)
*&nbsp; Number of Shared matches (few, some, many)
*&nbsp; Is line in my RootsMagic tree?
*&nbsp; Is DNA match in other DNA lists?</p>
<p>What other item should I put in my Notes on AncestryDNA?</p>
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