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Teri Stoddard is a nature loving, 50-something San Francisco Bay Area native, mom of 4 and grandma to two. After a career in foster and child day care, Teri continues her child advocacy by reporting on family rights and issues affecting San Francisco Bay Area families. Teri is director of Marketing for Danville and Lamorinda College Nannies & Tutors.

"Children deserve full-functioning, natural, loving, dedicated relationships with both of their parents equally, in and out of marriage, whenever possible." "Equal means equal." -- teri stoddard

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(3 comments) SHARE More Sharing        Sunday, April 25, 2010
Parental Alienation Day, the holiday of heartbreak Parental Alienation Day is one holiday that no one wants to celebrate. For many the name stirs a mild curiosity. For others, a searing pain that cuts through their very soul.
(2 comments) SHARE More Sharing        Tuesday, April 7, 2009
Grieving Parents Lose Thousands To Con Artist Losing a child is one of the worst experiences a person could face. Some parents use the legal system to postpone or eliminate any chance of the other parent spending time with the children. Many parents who find themselves victims of this hidden crime are confused, outraged, overwhelmed and desperate.
SHARE More Sharing        Tuesday, March 24, 2009
First Father Falls For Feminist Fraud, Fails Fatherhood As a fathers' advocate, I had hope when President Obama was elected. My president had said he respects our civil rights. Instead of making things more equal between the genders, we now have an Office on Women and Children. And we don't have one for men and their children.
(38 comments) SHARE More Sharing        Monday, February 26, 2007
Can't Find a Husband? While women say it's difficult to find a man to marry, men are saying it's not worth the risk of losing everything, including children, in the event of a divorce. Family law needs immediate reform so fit parents of both genders can have equal rights.