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online parenting classes, presentations, parent coaching
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Teaching Kids To Keep Themselves Mentally Healthy
You are likely doing an excellent job teaching your kids to keep themselves physically healthy. You’ve taught them to wash their hands before eating, to brush their teeth and to take a bath or shower. Maintaining a healthy body takes daily effort. Maintaini...

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Increasing Motivation Using Provocative Questions
Do you wish you could increase your children’s motivation to do homework, get ready for school on time or keep their room clean? Will the promise of a reward for practicing the piano help your child practice more? Or will the threat of punishment be more ef...

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Pursing a Technology Career - Perfect for Girls!


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Pulling Together as a Family with Weekly Family Meetings
When times are tough, one of the worst feelings is that you are all alone. Believing that nobody else really knows what you are going through and that you have to figure it out yourself weighs heavily. Kids need help getting through challenging times and s...

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Positively Using Stress to Increase Concentration and Performance
Does parenting ever leave you feeling stressed? When you care about how something will turn out, there is a certain amount of stress involved. One of the things you care most about is your children. Whether it’s getting your kids to school on time, coordina...

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Following Your Parenting Intuition
Do you ever feel confused and torn when trying to figure out what is best for your kids? It might be around choosing a school, a sports team, a summer camp or someone to watch them. Do you find yourself thinking and re-thinking the pros and cons of each cho...

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Reducing Rules By Providing Reasons
Have you ever told your kids not to touch something only to have them immediately try touching it? Being told not to do something naturally makes kids curious about what will happen if they do it. If you were walking in a park on a warm summer day near a s...

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Being Treated With Respect
Is respect one of your family’s top moral values? Treating each other with respect is a fundamental quality of healthy relationships. When your children treat you with respect, they honor your worth, dignity and importance. Likewise when you treat your chil...

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Trying To Keep Your Kids Happy Can Lead To Problems
"I just want my kids to be happy! What can possibly be wrong with that?" Trying to keep your kids happy may actually have the opposite effect. Accepting the Full Range of Emotions When you focus on your kids being happy, your unspoken message is that feelin...
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