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Elemental Support for Harmonious Family Living By Holly Hall

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Teaching Tips for Children and Adults with Autism by Dr. Temple Grandin

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

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Preview: Midlife Crisis Begins in Kindergarten with Labels Like ADD/ADHD, Slow, Dyslexic, Average, and Even Gifted by Mariaemma Pellulo-Willis, MS

Did you know that midlife crisis begins in kindergarten? Yes, it's true! It is in kindergarten (and sometimes in preschool!) that our society begins the process of teaching children that they are not smart enough, not quick enough, not working to potential, not high enough on the bell curve, not as good as the next [...]

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Midlife Crisis Begins in Kindergarten with Labels Like ADD/ADHD, Slow, Dyslexic, Average, and Even Gifted by Mariaemma Pellulo-Willis, MS

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Shoes That Don’t Fit by Mariaemma Willis, M.S.

Would you force your child to wear shoes that don’t fit? Then why force an education that doesn’t fit! That is what’s happening to hundreds of thousands of school children every day. And those in private schools or homeschooling programs are not automatically better off. As long as children are forced to use a traditional textbook/workbook curriculum without any concern for their learning styles, they might as well be wearing shoes that are too tight, or so loose that they trip over them. An education that doesn’t fit is as painful, or perhaps even more painful, than ill-fitting shoes—after all, an ill-fitting education can scar a child for life.

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Don’t Shout! Your Child Might be Kinesthetic by Mary English

I saw a lovely young man in my consulting rooms yesterday. He's a fine Dad and looks after his three children really well, but he was struggling a little with his oldest. Oldest child is a Taurus. Taurus is an Earth sign. Taurus is a Fixed sign. He said he has to shout at her [...]

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