Kids and Social Media: How Social Media is an Asset to College Acceptance

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Kids and social media. It makes you cringe sometimes, right? Long for the ‘good ole days’ when we weren’t so connected and technology wasn’t such a huge part of our lives? Well it’s time to face it, Mom and Dad, technology and social media are here to stay. And believe it or not, kids and…

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How To Make Kids Listen By Understanding Their Personality [The Four Tendencies Book Review]

How To Make Kids Listen By Understanding Their Personality [The Four Tendencies Book Review]

How to make kids listen is an annoying, stressful headache for virtually every parent. Some children question everything with the typical “but why”? Some children freak out when you ask them to be more flexible by throwing them out of their routine. Other children constantly do the opposite of what you ask them. Then you…

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How to Solve 10 Unspoken O’Shit Problems Teen & Tween Parents Face

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Being a Teen and Tween Parent can be challenging, right? Heck, just being a parent is tough. These kids don’t come with some magical owner’s manual and every challenge is always different. And when you have multiple children, forget about it.  Not only do the problems multiply, the solutions become more confusing because what works…

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The Yes Brain Book Review: How To Make Your Child Live A Life Of BRIE (Not Cheese)

The Yes Brain is a phenomenal book by Dr. Daniel J. Siegel and Dr. Tina Payne Bryson. In this post we’ll review why you should understand the logic behind having The Yes Brain. When you understand the psychology behind this book, it’ll help you parent and communicate better with anyone. The book is written to show…

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The Ultimate Parents Guide To Teens And Social Media

I don’t think there’s any doubt that social media is a big pain point for most parents. As parents, wouldn’t it be nice to have a guide to social media (and technology) as we head back into the school year? Well, we pulled together some of the best advice from the top researchers out there…

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The 5 Second Rule: Finally End Your Child’s Procrastination, Fears & Anxieties by Teaching Them the 5 Second Rule

The 5 Second Rule has changed lives around the world. It is transforming every aspect of people’s existence daily as more and more learn this powerful strategy backed by science. Lives are turning around virtually within moments of learning this and you’re about to learn how it can help both you and your entire family. The…

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How To Master Mental Imagery To Give Your Child A Competitive Edge

Mental Imagery Competitive Edge

The power of mental imagery for both adults and children is incredible in helping us reach our goals. Top athletes, Olympians, students and some of the most successful people in the world utilize this strategy to give themselves a competitive edge to win at whatever they do. Mental imagery to some may sound silly, but…

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How to Be the Best Homeschooling Parent [Even When You Don’t Homeschool]

You’re a homeschooling parent! And you’re a homeschooling parent! And you are a homeschooling parent! You’re all homeschooling parents. Seriously, whether you technically homeschool your child or not, come time when that school bell rings for the end of the day, your day begins in empowering your child with a champion mindset to win at…

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Importance of Parental Involvement in Education

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It shouldn’t come as any huge surprise the importance of parental Involvement in education. However, the reality is that most parents don’t know how important. Parents today are busier than ever before and being pulled in a multitude of different directions. “More than 80 percent of new teachers feel that parental support and involvement is…

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10 Best Self-Esteem Activities for Kids

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Self-esteem activities for kids are a great way to boost confidence, explore interests and try new things. Most kids struggle with self-esteem at some point in their lives. Children with high self-esteem have a positive sense of who they are and will be happier, overall, than kids who have poor self-esteem. Naturally, kids with good…

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