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Robin Kevles-Necowitz
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Robin Kevles-Necowitz is a licensed professional counselor and parenting coach in Fairless Hills, Pennsylvania. She has been in private practice working with adults, couples and families for nearly 25 years and is the author of Go Take a Bath!: A Powerful Self-Care Approach to Extraordinary Parenting which has been garnering rave reviews on Amazon. She is the More 101 parenting expert and has written parenting articles for the Philadelphia Inquirer, the Bucks County Courier Times and other local newspapers. She lives in Yardley, PA with her husband, two daughters and dog, "Nugget Necowitz." Find her on FB by friending Parent Assist or follow her on Twitter @RobinNecowitz.

Entries by Robin Kevles-Necowitz

Parenting Coach Hides in Bedroom, Feigns Sleep to Avoid Conflict with Teen

(1) Comments | Posted October 13, 2014 | 3:13 PM

It all started when I received a text in the middle of the school day. It said "Mom, guess what!?" My 15-year-old daughter was excited because she had an opportunity to do something she REALLY wanted to do and thought it wouldn't be any issue for my husband and me....

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It's the Relationship That Heals

(0) Comments | Posted July 7, 2014 | 6:19 PM

When I was a fledgling psychotherapist going for my advanced degree, I read about different techniques and approaches to help clients recover from the stressors and traumas they experienced over the course of their lifetime. There was always one theory that jumped off the page as I studied. It was...

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Teaching Children to Be Responsible

(0) Comments | Posted April 16, 2014 | 3:37 PM

For years, parenting experts have advised us to use reward and punishment to discipline our children. That seemed to make sense. It was logical. If we want our children to exhibit a certain behavior, reward them. Give them a treat. Give them a clear incentive to follow direction, get good...

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5 Quick Parenting Tips to Save Your Sanity

(0) Comments | Posted April 4, 2014 | 6:46 PM

Parenting is difficult.

Every day we face new parenting challenges. Our children test and push boundaries, and as parents, we have to maintain our cool in the face of frustration. Ultimately, the parenting decisions we make in these anxious situations are not nearly as important as the process of...

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Teachers: Please Stop Encouraging My Kids to 'Go for the A!'

(3) Comments | Posted March 17, 2014 | 6:20 PM

With the exception of parenting, there isn't a harder or more underpaid job than teaching. I have enormous respect for the profession and I have always said that teachers are cut from a different cloth than the rest of us. I have almost never met a teacher I didn't respect...

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Would You Wish Your Life on Your Children?

(3) Comments | Posted March 6, 2014 | 5:16 PM

I use this question as a guiding principle for my life. I am writing this article on a plane in February headed on vacation with my husband. No kids. Do I want my kids to go on vacation someday with their life partners and leave their kids with a trusted...

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