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Marine spouse, writer shares tips on 'How Do Children Spell Love'

Marine Corps Base Quantico --
In honor of Child Abuse Prevention Month, the Family Advocacy Program hosted the "How Do Children Spell Love?" workshop April 11 for military families aboard Quantico.

Karen Charney, a Marine spouse and mother of two teenage boys was the featured presenter who shared parenting advice and tips on how children view love. Karen's husband, Lt. Col. Sean Charney who is a student at the Marine Corps War College aboard Quantico, has served nearly 25 years in the Corps. Their family has lived on four Marine Corps installations twice and aboard Quantico three times. Although the webmaster and contributing writer to the "Fredericksburg Parent and Family Magazine" is not a clinical expert, Rebecca Childress, Family Advocacy program prevention and education specialist said Charney brings a wealth of experience to military families.

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http://www.quantico.marines.mil/News/tabid/10826/Article/141665/marine-spouse-writer-shares-tips-on-how-do-children-spell-love.aspx

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