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By: Nick Colley, New York MagazineNew York Magazine 16 22Magazine 15New York magazine, parents magazine,childrens magazine,magazine cover article New York magazine is proud to present the 15th issue of Parents Magazine, which features an exclusive look at parents’ magazines and websites.

Parents magazine is a trusted source for the best parents and children’s books and bookshelves, and a trusted partner in the growing trend of parents publishing online.

Parents magazine is an essential source for parents and their children.

In this issue, we feature stories and interviews from leading parenting experts, as well as exclusive interviews with experts in the field of psychology, psychology counseling, and parenting.

Our experts include: Lora Schramm, M.D., author of Psychology’s Answer to Parents and Children: The Science of Understanding the Best Way to Talk to Your Children, a pioneering guide to understanding the best way to raise and teach your children.

Dr. Lora has a B.A. in psychology and a master’s degree in social work from Duke University.

She’s a board certified psychotherapist with an emphasis in treating children and adolescents.

In addition to her research, Dr. Schram, a psychologist, is a licensed social worker and psychologist.

She has authored a number of books on parenting and has appeared on numerous television and radio programs.

In her own words: “This is the definitive guide to raising a happy, well-adjusted family.

The book provides everything parents need to know to help parents do the best work they can for their children.”

The book features the latest research in psychology on how to talk to children about their feelings, thoughts, fears, and needs.

It offers advice on what works and what doesn’t.

It provides the most up-to-date information on parenting techniques and guidelines for successful parenting.

It also provides tips for working with kids who are struggling with emotional, behavioral, or physical issues.

In addition to the books that have appeared in this issue over the past several years, we also present a wealth of additional research, insights, and resources for parents.

This issue includes:The best parenting books for children, adolescents, parents, and teachers.

A comprehensive, step-by-step guide to working with children, parents and caregivers.

A look at how to deal with children’s fears and how to keep them safe.

An overview of psychological techniques for dealing with children.

A step-in-process guide for parents to identify their child’s triggers.

An introduction to the best books for older children and teens.

A discussion of what it means to have a healthy relationship with your child.