About Karen Rayne

Dr. Karen Rayne has been supporting parents and families since 2007 when she received her PhD in Educational Psychology. A specialist in child wellbeing, Dr. Rayne has spent much of her career supporting parents, teachers, and other adults who care for children and teenagers.


  1. It seems there is not a link back to the main page at the top of your page (i.e. to karenrayne.com from either the text or logo, etc)

  2. It looks really nice! One thing, though; could you use a larger type size? I have to put my reading glasses on to read some of it, and I can’t be the only one.

  3. Awesome, Karen!!! Simply Awesome!!!

  4. Thanks, JustAnotherTeen, Joel, and Paul!

    JAT – Thanks for the reminder! I am looking into how to make that big old graphic at the top into a link. Given my highly rudimentary CSS skills and extremely non-existent PHP skills it may take a bit.

    Joel – Yours is a simple one. Bigger it is! Everyone, let me know if it’s too big and looks goofy on your screens, ok?

    Paul, as always, yours is my favorite. 🙂

  5. Specifically, the heading is perfect!

    It will be quite interesting to see what you do next. By the way, you need a way for the reader to return to Home.

  6. I really like the larger text font too. It makes your posts much more accessible, I think.

  7. Although the font size seems fine now, just a reminder to everyone else that most browsers support pressing control (or command on a Mac) and either + or – to enlarge or reduce font size. This will work wonders on sites that don’t have administrators so keen in making sure their website is accessible 😉

  8. Loving the new blog! Looks great.

  9. Just so you know, Karen, your blog’s new look and feel keeps growing on me, rather than wearing off. My first impression was very favorable, and that impression has been reinforced each time I visit.

    Also, might I suggest that you expand your blog roll?

  10. Love it!

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