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Fostering a Sense of Self-Worth Within our Children by Sue DeCaro

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Taming the Teen Stress Monster by Maggie Dent

    F or many teens, stress levels continue to rise, and they are ill-equipped to handle it. We know from Mission Australia's 2014 Annual Youth Survey that the three main issues of concern for our teens are coping with stress, school or study problems, and body image. With suicide still the number one cause of death [...]

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7 Steps to Teaching Your Children to Trust Themselves by Trish Keiller

I left LA for Sacramento to present at a conference. In the rush to leave and get to the hotel for one night (which feels like a vacation when you have a two-year-old), I arrived only to find I was missing my shirt for the second day’s presentation. Ugh. I was so fired up and [...]

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The Curse of Parental Perfectionism by Nicola Haslett

I always wanted children, so when I found out I was pregnant with my first child I was completely overjoyed. I would spend hours during pregnancy simply daydreaming about what was ahead; the snuggles on the sofa, the joys of nursing, special family days out and the excitement of witnessing my child take his first [...]

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Planning our Children’s Lives – Is it Helping or Hurting? by Bela Kotwani

In a bustling city like Mumbai, parents juggle tasks to manage their professional and personal lives.  When children are added to the mix, parents face unique logistical challenges from day to day. Running a ‘tight ship’ allows parents to meet their responsibilities and maintain control. But is this the best solution? What is this solution [...]

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Dads and Daughters by Rick Morrison

M en, the world needs your help to raise healthy, empowered and self-reliant young women. We need all the manly bravery and intellect you possess because fathers, more than anyone else, set the course for a daughter’s life. The relationship a daughter has with her father is one that has a profound and lasting impact [...]

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How Do You Teach Kids to Respect Adults? by Mariaemma Willis and Victoria Hodson

How do you teach a child respect? This is an interesting question that we often run into. Parents, teachers, and adults, in general, complain that so many young people do not speak respectfully to their parents and teachers. If you are reading this, we pose the question to you: Are you appalled at the way [...]

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Boundary Talk: The Do’s and Don’ts When Teaching Children about Boundaries by Thomas Haller

An easy way to understand boundaries is to think about your bottom line. What will or won’t you do or allow? A boundary is something you establish for yourself. You can’t establish a boundary for someone else. Physical boundaries involve physical closeness, touch, and intimacy. Emotional boundaries protect us from feelings of blame, shame, and [...]

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Dr. Leon Campbell has been mentoring youth and families for over 30 years. He’s the Life Advisor that Parents & Teens Trus.t