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From the Publisher – May 2024

Many parents enter the month of May with a range of emotions. Excited is one emotion because we all made it to the finish line of another school year and […]


What’s Your Parenting Style? (And Which Style is Best)

Psychologists Baumrind, Maccoby, and Martin used observations and interviews to identify parenting styles. The researchers assessed disciplinary strategies, communication styles, displays of nurture and warmth, and expectations of maturity and […]


Self Care for Busy Moms

Moms, you are on the job 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. You take care of everyone: the kids, your spouse, the pets, maybe an elderly parent, your […]


10 Ways to Enjoy Summer with Your Teen

Days are slipping away. We feel them through our fingertips like the sand our kids once played in. No matter how tight I clench my fist the sand keeps falling. […]


Finding Purpose in an Empty Nest

My youngest child graduates from college this spring. For the life of me, I don’t know how that is possible. I am still trying to lose the baby fat from […]


How to Know When You Should Offer Advice/Help

I’m worried about my younger brother, and I need some advice. He’s divorced and has a son, and lately, it seems like he only wants to be a dad when […]


Telling the Algorithm to Kiss Off

I was watching my son scroll his social media the other day and he was “liking” almost everything he saw. Sharing. Saving. Sometimes commenting. At that point, I realized how […]

Dinner's Ready- GPP MAY. 2024

Dinner’s Ready: Lynette Davidson’s Kalua Pork

“I first ate the dish while living in Hawaii. We are lucky to have lived there for three years,” shared Lynette Davidson. “This is one of my favorite dishes because […]

Student & School Spotlights - MAY. 2024 GPP

Student Spotlights – May 2024

Every month we compile a list of students and schools doing great things across our community.  We have so many talented students in our area.  Greater Pensacola Parents joins with [...]
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