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A Parenting Guide to Distance Learning

A Parenting Guide to Distance Learning

admin October 11, 2020 Comments Off on A Parenting Guide to Distance Learning

Dr. Michele Borba shares a new guide that offers answers top parenting questions to help kids succeed with distance learning. The book is called The Distance Learning Playbook for Parents by Rosalind Wiseman and

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Making Sense of Middle School

Making Sense of Middle School

Michele Borba September 23, 2020 Comments Off on Making Sense of Middle School

Dr. Michele Borba has a conversation with Judith Warner about tweens and her latest book, And Then They Stopped Talking to Me

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Signs of Stress in Children and Teens

Signs of Stress in Children and Teens

Michele Borba September 23, 2020 Comments Off on Signs of Stress in Children and Teens

Dr. Michele Borba shares common signs of stress in children and teens

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Depression in Young Children

Depression in Young Children

Michele Borba September 22, 2020 Comments Off on Depression in Young Children

New study finds that young children can be depressed and why we must know the signs Producers from the TV show, THE DOCTORS, asked me to share the signs of depression in young children

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Cures for Parent Burnout and Stress

Cures for Parent Burnout and Stress

Michele Borba June 20, 2020 Comments Off on Cures for Parent Burnout and Stress

Tips I shared on the TODAY Show to reduce parent burnout and stress during uncertain times. Uncertain times are making us feel on edge. We’re overwhelmed, anxious, concerned about our health, safety, finances and

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How to Raise a Strong, Confident Girl

How to Raise a Strong, Confident Girl

Michele Borba January 30, 2018 Comments Off on How to Raise a Strong, Confident Girl

Want to raise a strong, confident girl? The secret is now in print by Katie Hurley. No More Mean Girls and is the must read for every parent and educator. It’s our best hope to turn #METOO

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10 Ways to Teach Emotional Literacy To Boost Empathy and Emotion IQ

10 Ways to Teach Emotional Literacy To Boost Empathy and Emotion IQ

Michele Borba January 5, 2018 Comments Off on 10 Ways to Teach Emotional Literacy To Boost Empathy and Emotion IQ

Empathy Habit #1 EMOTIONAL LITERACY Your two-year-old looks at the tears in your eyes and gently pats your face. Your school-age child sees that his friend is sad and gently puts his arm on

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The Not-Always Obvious Benefits of Saying NO to Children

The Not-Always Obvious Benefits of Saying NO to Children

Michele Borba December 5, 2017 Comments Off on The Not-Always Obvious Benefits of Saying NO to Children

Dr. Susan Newman’s New Book Explains Why You Should Say No to Your Children…and How to Do It. A must read for the pushover tendency in all of us. You do your children a

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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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6 Reasons to Halt the Kid “Trophy Epidemic”

6 Reasons to Halt the Kid “Trophy Epidemic”

admin November 30, 2016 Comments Off on 6 Reasons to Halt the Kid “Trophy Epidemic”

Just pretend:  The sports season just ended and you and the other parents are bursting with pride watching each child receive a participation trophy with their teammates. Of course, we hate to see our

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