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10 Tips to Help Kids Manage Anger, Be Calmer and Learn Self-Regulation

10 Tips to Help Kids Manage Anger, Be Calmer and Learn Self-Regulation

Michele Borba December 15, 2017 4

EMPATHY HABIT 5: Managing Strong Emotions and Mastering Self-Regulation (UnSelfie: Why Empathetic Kids Succeed in Our All-About-Me-World See Chapter 5) REALITY CHECK: Does your child have difficulty controlling his anger? Does he resort to using

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Parenting Through the Storm: A Must for Parenting a Special Needs Child

Parenting Through the Storm: A Must for Parenting a Special Needs Child

admin September 28, 2016 Comments Off on Parenting Through the Storm: A Must for Parenting a Special Needs Child

Truth be told: I adore Ann Douglas. If you don’t know Ann, you should. She’s a fabulous parenting writer, and has a wonderful ability to connect with parents. She’s written numerous parenting books –

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When to Worry: Signs That A Child May Have Low Empathy

When to Worry: Signs That A Child May Have Low Empathy

admin September 7, 2016 Comments Off on When to Worry: Signs That A Child May Have Low Empathy

Join the #UnSelfie Revolution to Raise Kids with Empathy, Moral Conviction and Courage To Make a Better World “He never cries at movies or is concerned if his friends are hurt. But he’s a boy, so I’m

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95 Ways to Raise Kids To Think WE, Not ME (Part I)

95 Ways to Raise Kids To Think WE, Not ME (Part I)

admin June 25, 2016 Comments Off on 95 Ways to Raise Kids To Think WE, Not ME (Part I)

Last week I joined with NBC’s Education Nation to have another hour-long Twitter chat. This is our fourth time and always a thrill. This time the folks at Education Nation asked me to share

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Seven Secrets for Calming Tempers

Seven Secrets for Calming Tempers

Michele Borba February 7, 2016 Comments Off on Seven Secrets for Calming Tempers

Sure, it’s great to be a parent, but it’s also one of the most stressful, exhausting roles on the planet. The fact is, meltdowns are inevitable in any home, and even more so these

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Raising Caring, Respectful, Ethical Children

Raising Caring, Respectful, Ethical Children

Michele Borba October 9, 2014 Comments Off on Raising Caring, Respectful, Ethical Children

A Coalition to Raise Caring Children to Make a More Caring World – Please Join Us! A Special Note to Readers: Last June I flew to Harvard and met with an amazing group of  40

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Conflict Resolution for Kids

Conflict Resolution for Kids

Michele Borba March 26, 2014 Comments Off on Conflict Resolution for Kids

REALITY CHECK: Did you know that tweens and teens say one of their biggest daily challenges are conflicts with peers? Did you also know that a survey of hundreds of children found that a

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4 S.A.F.E. Rules Every Child Should Know to Curb Cyberbullying

4 S.A.F.E. Rules Every Child Should Know to Curb Cyberbullying

Michele Borba February 23, 2014 Comments Off on 4 S.A.F.E. Rules Every Child Should Know to Curb Cyberbullying

Four safety rules to teach kids to help them be safer online and stop cyber-bullying REALITY CHECK: Did you know that a recent survey found that almost 70 percent of adolescents say the best

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5 Strategies To Turn Family Chaos Into Calm: Advice for a family makeover I shared on Dr. Phil Show

5 Strategies To Turn Family Chaos Into Calm: Advice for a family makeover I shared on Dr. Phil Show

Michele Borba February 16, 2014 1

Tantrums. Backtalk. Meltdowns. Defiance. Disrespect. Yelling. Refusing to stay in Time Out. Won’t go to bed. Chaos! Those were the behaviors I faced when I went on a house call for the day to

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7 Deadly Questions to NEVER Ask Teens and Why

7 Deadly Questions to NEVER Ask Teens and Why

Michele Borba January 20, 2014 Comments Off on 7 Deadly Questions to NEVER Ask Teens and Why

Toxic adults communication stoppers that are guaranteed to turn teens off – and your better response to keep them talking Let’s face it, talking with an adolescent can be like walking through a minefield.

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