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21 Ways to Build Caring Student Relationships

21 Ways to Build Caring Student Relationships

admin August 22, 2017 Comments Off on 21 Ways to Build Caring Student Relationships

Empathy Habit 1. EMOTIONAL LITERACY                 Empathy Habit 6. DEVELOPING & EXERCISING COMPASSION   From UnSelfie: Why Empathetic Kids Succeed in Our All-About-Me World Reality Check: Improving students’ relationships

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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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If You’re Worried About Your Kids’ Friends

If You’re Worried About Your Kids’ Friends

Michele Borba February 7, 2016 Comments Off on If You’re Worried About Your Kids’ Friends

Bad friends. It’s every parent’s worst nightmare: we imagine only the worse: drugs, smoking, sex, trouble with the law. But what should parents do if they notice that their daughter is hanging out more

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7 Biggest Discipline Mistakes and Simple Solutions to Change Kids’ Behavior

7 Biggest Discipline Mistakes and Simple Solutions to Change Kids’ Behavior

Michele Borba January 12, 2015 Comments Off on 7 Biggest Discipline Mistakes and Simple Solutions to Change Kids’ Behavior

You may be surprised to discover what you’re doing wrong to turn that behavior around Note to my readers: Over the past years I’ve been on a mission to find the best solutions in

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No Cussing Clubs Catching On With Students and Why Adults Should Join!

No Cussing Clubs Catching On With Students and Why Adults Should Join!

Michele Borba July 13, 2014 Comments Off on No Cussing Clubs Catching On With Students and Why Adults Should Join!

Kid-and adult-vulgarity is on the rise with breakdown of respect, civility and prosocial behaviors as consequences. Solutions for home and school to stop profanity and bring back civility and how students are taking matters

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Discipline That Teaches Kids to Care

Discipline That Teaches Kids to Care

Michele Borba January 31, 2014 Comments Off on Discipline That Teaches Kids to Care

Barbara watched her son, Aaron, and his neighbor friend, Brent, play basketball. Just then the phone rang. Aaron ran to answer it and was back within seconds telling Brent, “Hey, Jack just called. He

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The “Whining” Cure

The “Whining” Cure

Michele Borba January 17, 2014 Comments Off on The “Whining” Cure

Want to be a calmer parent? Here’s how to break your kid’s annoying habit—whining-once and for all!  As any parent knows, whining is one of the most irritating of kids’ habits. And although the

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Teaching Kids Sportsmanship Both On & Off the Field

Teaching Kids Sportsmanship Both On & Off the Field

Michele Borba January 14, 2014 Comments Off on Teaching Kids Sportsmanship Both On & Off the Field

Watching any kid be a poor loser is embarrassing, but when the kid is yours it’s darn right humiliating. Sure, the kid may be the best violinist in the orchestra, have the highest grade

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Helping Kids Learn to Share

Helping Kids Learn to Share

Michele Borba March 12, 2013 Comments Off on Helping Kids Learn to Share

10 secrets that help kids share,take turns and join the human race “It’s mine.” “But I had it first!” “I want a turn!” Sound familiar? All parents want their kids to “play nice” by

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Four Ways to Reduce Battles AND Risky Teen Behavior

Four Ways to Reduce Battles AND Risky Teen Behavior

Michele Borba December 10, 2012 Comments Off on Four Ways to Reduce Battles AND Risky Teen Behavior

Advice to help you pick your battles, upgrade your strategies,boost a stronger relationship and keep your teen safer  Let’s face it, parenting a teen is sometimes like walking through a minefield. They’re usually moody,

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