Category Archives: Human interaction

Are You Teaching Your Child About Money?

We all know how important money is, right!  But how many of us will take the time to teach and expose our children to important financial concepts that will affect their lives. Parents generally assume that children will learn many of these concepts … Continue reading

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A Time for Good Counsel

Reading the scriptures today, I was reminded of an important lesson I would like to share with you.  This lesson goes back to the day of Moses, taken from Exodus 18: 13-24. The story is about Moses and the difficult … Continue reading

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How can every day be a family fun day?

Here is a technique that works not only for families, but has been used successfully in classrooms as well as on TV shows. Every day, Monday through Friday, is designated by a specific theme or focus for that day. Each … Continue reading

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Does your child have difficulty with executive functioning?

Sounds like a senior management skill, but executive functioning (according to the latest research conducted by Dr. Brown, Professor,Yale University)    refers to “all the thought processes that allow a person to get along or function in the world”.  Although it … Continue reading

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