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3 Ways to Teach Perspective Taking Skills

3 Ways to Teach Perspective Taking Skills

admin April 5, 2017 Comments Off on 3 Ways to Teach Perspective Taking Skills

Raising Kids to Think We, Not Me! REALITY CHECK: The gateway to learning to empathize, accepting differences and understanding another’s perspective is an emotion vocabulary. That’s why the first of the 9 Crucial Empathy Building

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How to Raise An Assertive Child

How to Raise An Assertive Child

Michele Borba February 16, 2016 Comments Off on How to Raise An Assertive Child

Let’s face it. It’s a tougher time to be growing up, and the data confirms it. Bullying is fiercer. Peer pressure is tougher. Kids are also more aggressive at younger ages. Girls are meaner.

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How to Get Kids to Open Up About Their School Day

How to Get Kids to Open Up About Their School Day

Michele Borba September 2, 2014 Comments Off on How to Get Kids to Open Up About Their School Day

Does trying to get your kids to open up about their day feel like an inquisition? Do you feel like you’re giving your kid the third degree to tell you anything about their life?

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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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How to Get Kids to Listen…the First Time!

How to Get Kids to Listen…the First Time!

Michele Borba December 3, 2013 Comments Off on How to Get Kids to Listen…the First Time!

REALITY CHECK: Many experts say learning to listen is one of the most crucial habits our children need for handling life. Parenting for this change lays the foundation that fosters respectful communication as well

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10 Simple Ways to Be a Better Parent

Michele Borba December 29, 2012 Comments Off on 10 Simple Ways to Be a Better Parent

Easy parenting strategies that can make big differences for your family There’s no doubt that we want our children to become healthy, happy, responsible and productive. And oh the things we do, the energy

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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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The “Calmer Family” Challenge: Are you ready to for Family Vow of Yellibacy?

Michele Borba December 3, 2010 Comments Off on The “Calmer Family” Challenge: Are you ready to for Family Vow of Yellibacy?

Parenting advice to help families reduce temper, boost family harmony and achieve yellibacy! New research shows our kids are picking up on our stress far more than we recognize. Holidays just egg on those

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The 30-Day Back-to-School Parent Check-in

Michele Borba September 26, 2010 Comments Off on The 30-Day Back-to-School Parent Check-in

Parenting tips to nip school problems and kid stress in the bud now for a better year School is now in full swing, the “honeymoon period” is over and studies say kid stress is

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Getting Kids to Open Up

Michele Borba August 17, 2010 Comments Off on Getting Kids to Open Up

Parenting advice that helps kids open up, talk more, and let us know what’s going on in their world Before I had kids, I was a teacher. I know probably figured out that there

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