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If you’re looking to get parenting advice and would like to have your parenting questions answered by Annie’s Advice Column, please fill out the form below to submit your question to her.  Annie’s Advice Column responses will be published on her site and may additionally be published on other sites, in magazines, or used as TV questions.  Only your first name (or name that you indicate on your question form), your city, and the question you ask will be published.  All other information will be kept strictly confidential.

Questions that are most commonly chosen for a response, are questions that specifically address one specific behavioural issue and give a description of what you have been doing and how the child has reacted to your efforts. Any additional information that describes the particular (and sometimes peculiar) behaviours or personality of your child also helps Annie to be able to give a specific and dynamic response to your question.

Please be aware that not all questions that Annie receives are selected for column response.  The best way to get professional advice from Annie is through her professional services, in which she meets with clients directly online and can work more deeply with you regarding the behavioural issues you are facing with your child/children.

 

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Please let Annie know some background family information that will help her to answer your question in a way that is applicable to your life. Family description should include information such as if this is a single or two parent family, the number of children in the house hold, if the parent/parents are both working and in what type of profession, if there are any other primary caregivers in the child´s life and any additional background information about the child or situation you feel is important.
As stated above, questions that are most commonly chosen for a response are questions that specifically address one specific behavioural issue and give a description of what you have been doing and how the child has reacted to your efforts. Any additional information that describes the particular (and sometimes peculiar) behaviours or personality of your child also helps Annie to be able to give a specific and dynamic response to your question.
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