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PREVIEW: BOOK EXCERPT: The Only 3 Discipline Strategies You Will Ever Need by Chick Moorman & Thomas Haller

Are you tired of listening to whining, put-downs, excuse giving, back talk, exaggeration, interrupting, teasing, gossip, or other unproductive behaviors on the part of your children? Have you had your fill of watching them talk with their mouth full; use their hands instead of silverware to eat; hit or kick siblings; waste material; or leave [...]

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Preview: Conscious Parenting – Parents as Genetic Engineers by Bruce Lipton, PhD

You all know the expression, “When you were only a twinkle in your parents’ eyes.” A phrase that conjures up the happiness of loving parents who truly want to conceive a child. It turns out it is also a phrase that sums up the latest genetic research suggesting that parents should cultivate that twinkle in [...]

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Preview: 5 Ways to Tell if Your Child Has an Extraordinary Teacher by Chick Moorman & Thomas Haller

1. Extraordinary teachers realize that they teach children first and content second. While they care deeply about math, history, language arts, music, and other subjects they teach, these educators realize that the subjects are only the water they’re splashing around in. What they are really teaching students is to be solution oriented, to take personal [...]

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PREVIEW: Connecting With Your Teens by Dr. Allan Hunter

Teens are legendarily somewhat reluctant to engage in activities with anyone except their immediate peers, so the question as to how to get them interacting with you in a meaningful way may seem like a tough one. Parents tend to despair at trying to talk to the child who, only a very few years before, [...]

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PREVIEW: Why Micro-moments Matter – Connecting With Kids By Maggie Dent

Most parents would never question that they love their children wholeheartedly — even when their little darling has done a lipstick drawing on the wall, won’t eat their vegies or sleep in their own bed, or thumps their brother. Even though we might get annoyed, we still love them absolutely. However, children don’t always feel [...]

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