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Children In Competitive Sports – Be A Parent First

Our weekends are full of sports. If we aren’t attending our own children’s sports we are most likely fighting the weather in one way shape or form watching our nephews. The kids were able to play baseball together this summer and their dads coached the teams. Once they moved in to the All-Star teams the whole dynamic changed. We went from family hangouts to listening to belligerent parents, sometimes coaches, and every so often we’d see a kid lose his/her cool on the field. My heart hurt for those children, so passionate about their sport. Feeling every ounce of their loss in their bones, sometimes bringing them to tears.

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10 Mom De-Stress Tips

If mom life has you feeling a little stressed and overwhelmed try these ten tips from our Newsymom team.

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Restorative Yoga with Massage

This workshop will be more of a restorative yoga workshop that will include massage by Angel Webster.
Angel is a full-time student at Stark State. She is halfway through her Massage Therapy Program. Angel is cleared to massage at Stark State’s Massage Clinic, working with the public. Angel works closely weekly with students and teachers for training in relaxation massage, fascial release, and deep tissue.

During this workshop students will hold comfortable poses to stretch their body. For example, in pigeon pose, students can expect massage on their neck, arms, and shoulders. If this is an area of the body that you would enjoy having massaged, then be sure to wear clothing that exposes these areas. This is Angel’s passion to help people with yoga and through the art of massage. Expect lots of hand-on love throughout the entire class. This class is limited to 12 students max. Please reserve your spot in advance online. If you need to cancel, you must do it by 5pm the day before.

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Celebrating AMAZING Moms-Newsymom Mother’s Day Giveaway

Amy Jo Ellwood has been nominated as an AMAZING mom! “Growing up with our amazing Mom hasn’t always been like this picture, which is now a favorite moment of mine that was captured. She fought hard to get our family to this point.”

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Be Who You Needed When You Were Younger

I’m passionate about motherhood. I am so thankful for the small group of authentic friends I have formulated over the years because being a parent is hard. I feel like that is something society can agree on as a whole. In this day in age where the stereotypical mom, dad, sister, brother is being challenged it makes it even harder.

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Talking to Your Child After Tragedy

After any disaster, parents and other adults struggle with what they should say and share with children and what not to say or share with them.

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Leaders Partner to End Stark County Suicide Contagion

Police, school officials, and crisis support leaders are among many working side-by-side in an effort to prevent the spread of what’s been deemed a suicide contagion among Stark County children.

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Local School District Offers ‘Coffee with the Superintendent’

The New Philadelphia City School District is inviting the public to an opportunity to meet with the Superintendent over a cup of coffee.

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Akron Children’s Nurse Residency Program Earns ANCC Accreditation

Akron Children’s Hospital’s nurse residency program receives accreditation with distinction from the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC).

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Ohio AG is Accepting National Missing Children’s Day Poster Contest Entries

Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine is encouraging Ohio fifth graders and their teachers to participate in the 2018 National Missing Children’s Day Poster Contest.

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