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The Smart Way to Argue With Your Young Teen - WSJ

Disagreements are a sign of growing maturity, but parents need to walk a fine line to maintain their authority without getting tuned out.

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Mindfulness for Children: Fun, Effective Ways to Strengthen Mind, Body, Spirit - Hey Sigmund - Karen Young

Setting up a regular mindfulness practice for your kiddos will ensure that important existing neural connections are strengthened and new ones established.

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    Encouraging Kindness: Building Self-Esteem in Children

    Carolyn Russo, MS, LMHC - Modeling kindness for our children means listening with our hearts, leaning on our support networks, and practicing self-care.

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      How childhood trauma could be mistaken for ADHD

        [Photo credit: woodleywonderworks, Flickr] Dr. Nicole Brown’s quest to understand her misbehaving pediatric patients began with a hunch. Brown was completing her residency at Johns Hopkins H…

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        'Tell Me About When You Were Little'. Children and Storytelling

        Children and storytelling were made for each other. Here are the stories that will intrigue them and expand their world more than any other.

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          Best Communication Tools & Handbook!!

          Have you ever thought of sharing P.E.T. with others?  Hear what Peggy has to say about her rewarding experience teaching P.E.T.! Dr. Thomas Gordon's, Paren

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            Teenage Brains - Pictures, More From National Geographic Magazine

            Beautiful Brains: Moody. Impulsive. Maddening. Why do teenagers act the way they do? Viewed through the eyes of evolution, their most exasperating traits may be the key to success as adults.