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THE IP INTERVIEW – Youth Learning Good Enough for a Duchess with Rev. Leon Campbell

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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

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Preview: The Hero’s Journey of Optimal Childhood Development: Part 1 by Zachariah Fisher

From the dawn of time, man has searched for deeper meaning to how we got here, who we are and why we are here. These sparks of deep unquenching wonders and curiosities have evolved over millennia, but the answers to these burning questions have remained subjective at best. There seem to be no cookie-cutter, one-size-fits-all [...]

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

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The Truth Beneath Punishments: Parenting Yourself First by Jolette Jai

A few years ago, I was visiting a preschool. The children had just come off the playground and were getting ready to form a circle in their main playroom.  They were going to share about their different experiences playing outside. Voices rising, bodies squirming with excitement, the room was abuzz as they shuffled around to [...]

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Preview: Taming the Teen Stress Monster by Maggie Dent

For 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 for our [...]

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

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The Curse of Parental Perfectionism by Nicola Haslett

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Lessons from a Preschooler: Time by Allan Hunter

Take time to let me see things. If I’m walking along and I get distracted by a pebble or a bottle cap it’s because I haven’t seen many of them, and they’re fascinating. I want to stop and look. Every flower is an adventure for me. So don’t hurry me along or drag me away. [...]

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Combating the Rising Tide of Teen Violence and Suicide by Nael Chavez

To anyone mourning the recent deaths of celebrities Anthony Bourdain and Kate Spade, I send my deepest condolences. It is tragic that anyone commits suicide. I must add here, dear parents, that the #1 cause of death in teens and children is suicide. The Center for Disease Control states that as a whole, it is [...]

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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

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

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

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Book Excerpt: The Tapping Solution for Parents, Children & Teenagers by Nick Ortner

CHAPTER ONE Kids, The Brain, and Stress Picture Jenny, a 5th grader who is standing at the front of the class about to read her writing assignment aloud. As she looks down at the page, then up at the faces of her classmates, time slows. Her heartbeat grows louder and faster. She's nervous, very nervous, [...]

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Preview: Making Sense of Sensory Processing Disorder by Erin Kelly-Allshouse

Self-regulation begins with life itself. Babies begin a magnificent journey gestating in their mother’s dark, watery womb and are fully engaged in the process of preparing to be born. From the moment an infant is brought from that warm, dark space into the light of day, they adapt to sights, sounds, and sensations with limited capacity [...]

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Making Sense of Sensory Processing by Erin Kelly-Allshouse

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Identifying Your Child’s Interactive Style and Emotional Connections by Dr. Caron Goode

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