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Rosemary Stein, MD
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Rosemary Stein, MD is a leading advocate for parenting skills and child development and education.
Rosemary Stein, MD is a leading advocate for parenting skills and child development and education.

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Parents: The time that you spend with your children instilling your values has been shown to help your child stay away from drugs, alcohol, and tobacco. To save America, we must save one child at a time. It starts with eating meals together! Did this help you as you grew up?
http://www.lifezette.com/healthzette/secret-way-keep-kids-off-drugs/

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Parents: This child was fearful that laser bolts would come out of her eyes. We seem to have forgotten childhood. It is about concrete thoughts and imagination. Don't jump down the rabbit hole when your child says something makes no sense. Guide their thoughts on imagination to solve these issues. What do you think?
http://www.pediatricsconsultant360.com/articles/case-point-obsessive-compulsive-disorder

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Parents: Do your homework. The father of American Education was Horace Mann. He was a politician and not an educator. He also believed in phrenology. Time to take back the education of your children. http://www.topmastersineducation.com/homeschooled/

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Parents: You are the best counselor for your child. You know your child better than any expert. Train and build a child who is self confident, and they will be able to overcome the problem of shyness. How did you deal with this common childhood problem?
http://www.lifezette.com/momzette/worst-cases-teen-shyness/

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Parents: As a new school year starts, this topic is again relevant. Today's kids write with poor structure of their sentences. Did you find that diagramming sentences helped your writing?
http://www.npr.org/sections/ed/2014/08/22/341898975/a-picture-of-language-the-fading-art-of-diagramming-sentences

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Parents: Perhaps it is time to realize that the 'Experts' are not experts at all. Use your common sense, it will serve your family better than their opinion in many cases. How can frosted cereal be healthier than a piece of fruit?
http://www.naturalnews.com/055031_FDA_food_labels_industry_influence.html

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Parents: Yesterday, I spoke with another parent who was sick for 2 weeks, went to the doctor, was told it was a cold, and is still sick 2 weeks later. Doctors are made to feel bad if they Rx an antibiotic so everyone has a cold. Perhaps, it is time that doctors return to the business of practicing medicine and not the administrators practicing medicine. What are your experiences?
http://www.nytimes.com/2016/03/27/opinion/sunday/how-to-stop-overprescribing-antibiotics.html?_r=0

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Parents: Our boys are not as physically strong as they were in the past. The question is: Is there some illness affecting our boys, or is it something that we are doing differently as parents that is causing this problem? What do you think?
http://www.nationalreview.com/article/439040/male-physical-decline-masculinity-threatened?utm_source=NR&utm_medium=facebook&utm_campaign=August16French2

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Parents: Speaking from experience, my daughter had to learn her lesson the hard way when she forgot the things that she was supposed to take to school. These are the lessons that stick with a child. How did you learn your lessons of responsibility?
http://eagnews.org/school-turns-away-parents-to-teach-students-to-problem-solve/

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Parents: To borrow a line from the movie 'A Good Year', it is inevitable to lose now and again, the trick is not to make a habit of it. Moms and Dads must train our kids to handle the losses as gracefully as the victories. Who helped you learn these lessons?
http://www.lifezette.com/momzette/olympics-teach-kids-how-to-lose-gracefully/
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