Monthly Archives: October 2012

Girl Power!

Here is a story worth repeating. A high school female student, Erica DeLuca, was asked by the football coach at her high school to become a kicker on the football team.  This young woman already had the proven talent as … Continue reading

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How Does Your Child Learn?

One of the greatest joys of being a parent and an educator is helping children succeed. The truth is, children learn what they live.  See if you agree!  “Children Learn What They Live”  by Dorothy Nolte If a child lives with … Continue reading

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Behaviors That Require Your Immediate Attention

Continuing with our series on raising teens today, enclosed are guidelines for behaviors that will require a parent’s immediate attention. Parents should also keep in mind the importance of reminding children that they are indeed loved, valued, and have a real purpose in … Continue reading

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How to Make Anger Work

All parents get angry with their children at one time or another.  The key is to not allow this anger to escalate, and to use this as an opportunity to better understand and communicate with your child. We are all aware … Continue reading

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