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Spoiling Children: The 7 Myths by Chick Moorman and Thomas Haller

There is no such thing as a spoiled child. “Spoiled” is an inference, a judgment that people make after noticing behaviors.
Are there children who act as if they are entitled? Yes. Are there children who whine until the parents cave in? Yes. Are there children who pout if they don’t get their way? Yes. Does that make them spoiled? NO. It makes them children who have learned or are trying out new behaviors in an attempt to get what they want.

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Empowering Our Girls in Their Coming of Age by Brenna Smith

Just a little over two years ago, I sat in my kitchen watching Emerging Women live-stream. For three days, women like Brene Brown and Eve Ensler took the stage to share cutting edge research, personal and professional stories of inspiration, triumph, pain and loss, with authenticity, honesty and vulnerability. They told their Truths about their own journeys, what it looked like through the lenses of their own careers, from the corner offices to creativity and motherhood. Talk about a revolution.

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3 Tips to Develop Your Child’s Character by Rakesh Kotwani

As a parent you already know that academics and extra-curricular activities are necessary for the development of the child. However, in this rush for academic excellence, you often tend to give less importance towards the mental health of your child and that’s where social and emotional learning comes in. As an entrepreneur with more than [...]

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