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Month: June 2014

When That First Letter Brings Sad Tiding

When That First Letter Brings Sad Tiding

By Dr. Katy Britt, Clinical Pyschologist and Camp Mom What an inspiring beginning it has been to summer 2014 here at Lonehollow! From the moment the trumpet awakens your eager adventurers each morning, to the time Taps is played to wish them good night, I have been impressed, delighted, and awestruck at the amazing children you have blessed with this unique camp experience. In these first few days of camp, I have witnessed countless examples of courage, compassion, wisdom, strength,…

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A Parent’s Guide to Letting Go

A Parent’s Guide to Letting Go

Child development expert, Dr. Tina Payne Bryson, explains how “Let It Go” is more than just a catchy song. You’ve heard of separation anxiety.  Often when we talk about it, we are talking about children, but parents can feel it too.  You may be feeling a little anxiety as you are deciding about or preparing for sending your son or daughter to camp this summer.  Here are a few things to remember so you don’t have to make up some…

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