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Gretchen Knuffke
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The Importance of a Mentor
The Importance of a Mentor
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My favorite books of 2016
Best books of 2016
Best books of 2016
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The Books of Summer 2016
The Books of Summer-2016 Here is my annual roundup of my favorite reads of the summer.  I read some beautiful, heart rending, witty, funny, enlightening, and stunning sentences this summer.  I hope you find something to read! 1)   The True Story of Hansel a...
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Dying to be Happy
Dying
to be Happy Montana is currently the state that
holds the third highest suicide rate in the nation. When we as a society try to
reason with why the suicide rate is so high, we immediately think of the drug
problem or the long and gloomy winters or eve...
Dying to be Happy
Dying to be Happy
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Entitlement
I am sometimes surprised and shocked by what teens and young
adults believe they are entitled to have. 
From cell phones to cars to college degrees there are a lot of kids who
have grown up thinking that the world owes them something.  It has become a big s...
Entitlement
Entitlement
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Stop the fighting
There is little that is more annoying than your children
fighting with one another.  We end up
yelling and fighting with them as well just to try and get them to stop.  How can we diffuse fighting without losing
our cool? One effective approach for dealing ...
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Cleaning up toys.
Around preschool age 4-5 is when picking up a child’s own
toys moves from a community project to your child’s responsibility.  I teach preschool so I spend my days playing
with kids and then cleaning up with them. 
I have some very good clean uppers and som...
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Raising responsible kids.
As a teacher and a mom of a large family, I am often asked
how to teach kids to be responsible.  I
talk to many parents who are frustrated with their child's lack of skill in
keeping track of things, remembering homework, and being accountable for their
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