New Blogroll

Hi Folks,

I’ve got a new blog roll over there on the right side fo the screen.  (If you’re reading this in your e-mail or RSS reader, click onto my site.  It’ll make more sense.)

You’ll notice I have the links split into two general categories – for parents/adults and for teens/preteens.  These groupings are not necessarily appropriate for everyone in either age group – so take a look at the site before you send it on.

You’ll notice that (1) there’s a lot more teen girl sites than ones that are for both genders or exclusively for boys and (2) I don’t have a whole lot of links.  If you’ve got suggestions for great sites to put up on my blog roll – and they can be blogs or websites or anything else really – e-mail me!  I’m happy to put it all up.

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.

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  1. This doesn’t have anything to do with your new blogroll (fun to see, by the way), but I wanted you to see it.

    The web comic xkcd recently took on the “base system” (you know, how far did you get with him/her? Oh, we went to second base this time). It’s here: I found it hilarious, as my early-college friends had a long discussion about what the bases were, and why it even mattered.

    Plus it reminded me of you, as I was very confused by the base system as a teen, and would have loved to talk to someone (anyone) about it. 🙂

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